AMONG the congregations of Separatists which had been formed while dissension was active in the bosom of the Church, were two near the northeastern corner of Nottinghamshire. One was gathered at Gainsborough, just within the western border of the county of Lincoln. The other held its meetings at a village named Scrooby,1 in Nottinghamshire, near to the point where it touches the counties of Lincoln and York. Of
Congregation at Scrooby.