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when the armies of ●the Goths had stifled letters ●in Europe, your island restor●ed them to the universe. I entreat you in the n●ame of Jesus Christ to plead for us before kings■.' The illustrious doctor dedicated to this p■rince the new edition of his Common-■Places, and commissioned Alesius, a Scotc●hman, to present it with the hope th●at he should see England become the ■salvation of many nations, and even of the wh■ole Church of Christ. Alesius, who■ had taken refuge in Saxony, was happ●y to return to that island from which the fana■ticism of the Scotch clergy had c●ompelled him flee. He was presented to the u●ncle of his king, and Henry, delighted wit■h the