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. It was Rev. Edward Winslow who continued to pray for the King at Christ Church in Braintree, but under pressure
from Attorney General Benjamin Kent in the following spring Winslow preached a farewell
sermon and took refuge with British forces at Newport and, later, New York City (Sibley-Shipton, Harvard Graduates
, 11:104–105; see also
, 2 April 1777