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" ... clad in mourning. Westley, with some associates, visited the island in 1777, and writes thus respecting it: " We have had no such circuit, either in England, Scotland, or Ireland : this island is shut up from the world : there are no disputers, no... "
Sketches of the coasts and islands of Scotland, and of the Isle of Man - Sivu 254
tekijä(t) Charles John Shore (2nd baron Teignmouth.) - 1836
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An Account of the Past and Present State of the Isle of Man: Including a ...

George Woods - 1811 - 365 sivua
...is shut up from the world : there are no disputers, no dissenters of any kind. The governor, bishop, clergy, oppose not. They did for a season, but they grew better acquainted with us." In the year 1797, William Savary, a Quaker of Philadelphia, with Parrel, of Liverpool, and two other...

An Account of the Past and Present State of the Isle of Man;: Including ...

George Woods - 1811 - 365 sivua
...is shut up from the world : there are no disputers, no dissenters of any kind. The governor, bishop, clergy, oppose not. They did for a season, but they grew better acquainted with us." In. the year 1797, William Savary, a Quaker of Philadelphia, with Farrel, of Liverpool, and two other...

The General chronicle and literary magazine

1811
...is shut up from the world : there are no disputers, no dissenters of any kind. The governor, bishop, clergy, oppose not. They did for a season, but they grew better acquainted with us." In the year 1797. William Savary, a quaker of Philadelphia, with Parrel, of Liverpool, and two other...

History of the Isle of Man: With a Comparative View of the Past and Present ...

Hannah Ann Bullock - 1816 - 436 sivua
...or Ireland ; it is shut up from the world ; there are no disputes of any kind. Governor, bishop,*" clergy, oppose not — they did for a season, but they grew better acquainted with us." I confess I do not wholly subscribe to the prejudice entertained against this people ; I firmly believe,...

The History of the House of Stanley, from the Conquest to the Death of the ...

John Seacome - 1821 - 265 sivua
...er Ireland ; it is shut up -from the world ; there are no disputes of any kind. Governor, bishop,* clergy, oppose not — they did for a season, but they grew better acquainted with us." I confess I do not wholly subscribe to the prejudice entertained against this people. I firmly believe,...

Sketches of the Coasts and Islands of Scotland and of the Isle of ..., Nide 2

John Shore Baron Teignmouth - 1836
...Bishop Ward the most zealous assistance in the execution of the scheme. — 1836. But, in 1776, the Methodists, who directed their attention particularly...established church, and adhere, as the Wes* Staining. f Prom an authentic statement of a member of their sect, communicated to me by J. Mac Hutchin, Esq.,...

Feltham's tour through the Isle of Man, in 1797 and 1798: comprising ...

John Feltham - 1861 - 272 sivua
..." shut up from the world. There are no disputers, no dissenters of any kind. The governor, bishop, clergy, oppose not. They did for a season, but they grew better acquainted with us." At present (1798) there are in the Methodist societies of the island 2,700 persons, three travelling...




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