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“By 1785, some influential Methodists in the Chesapeake had concluded that [Rev. William Glendinning, overwrought and perhaps suicidal] needed either to be treated by doctors or, that failing, quarantined from the faithful. “So they tied him up and spirited him across the border to North Carolina, a place in the South then akin to what […]

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