John Knox : the hero of the Scottish Reformation . s. ? The prosperity of the Protestant communityat Dieppe continued after Knoxs departure. Ata celebration of the Holy Communion, a monthafter the Reformer had left the town, betweensix and eight hundred persons took part, includingthe Governor of the Castle and some of theleading inhabitants. Ere long two congregationswere established; one of these being in the RuedEcosse. Knox kept up, through correspond-ence, his connection with the church which, at acritical time, had been so deeply indebted to building would be at the disposal of Protestan
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