Talk:William Ames

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William Ames --- apparently incorrect hyperlink[edit]

Hi, I'm a non-expert, but appreciative, user (from Australia). In 'William Ames", the second paragraph under subheading 'Move to Rotterdam" and following reference to his work 'Fresh Suit against Ceremonies' summing up the issues between the Puritan school and that of HOOKER -- the hyperlink on "Hooker" leads to an article about the Puritan Thomas Hooker. I think that possibly the link should lead instead to Archbishop Laud's advocate, Richard Hooker. This should be checked by someone with more expertise, before making the change.

Regards, Alan Alan from Sydney 05:24, 23 May 2007 (UTC)

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