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Baptist Congregation, Old Jewry,

Meeting-house, Lothbury,
Armourers'-Hall, Presbyterian,
London Wall, Scotch ditto,
Girdlers'-Hall, Independent,
Cateaton-street,
Free-Thinkers,
Aldermanbury,
Brewers'-Hall,
Plasterers'-Hall, Independent,
Aldermanbury Postern, ditto,
Loriners'-Hall, Baptist,
Curriers'-Hall, Particular Baptist,

Sabbatarian Baptist,

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THE

HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES

OF

DISSENTING CHURCHES,

&c. &c.

SALTERS'-HALL.

ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN.

Salt ers'-Hall, long esteemed one of the most cele

brated places of worship among the Dissenters, is situated in Salters'-Hall-Court, Cannon-street. It was erected in the former part of the reign of King William III, but before the Revolution, the congregation assembled at Buckinghamhouse, College-hill. The present meeting-house is a large, substantial brick-building, of a square form, with four deep galleries ; and capable of seating a considerable congregation. The church was gathered in the reign of Charles II. but by whom is uncertain. The earliest account that can be obtained, carries us back to the Revolution. in 1688, when the Rev. Richard Mayo, ejected from Kingston-upon Thames, was pastor ; and Mr. Nathaniel Taylor, his assistant. The congregation was then large and respectable, and continued so many years, making the largest annual collection for the fund of any Presbyterian church in London. The Society, though not equal to its former state, is, at pre

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