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" Subjects in every point, in which they have a right to any indulgence on that head; always remembering, that it is a toleration of the free exercise of the religion of the Church of Rome only, to which they are entitled, but not to the powers and privileges... "
The Orthodox journal and Catholic monthly intelligencer [ed. by W.E. Andrews]. - Sivu 443
muokkaaja - 1814
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A second historical letter to Sir J.C. Hippisley, ... upon his public ...

Francis Plowden - 1815 - 2 sivua
...subjects in every point, in which they have a righl to any indulgence on that head ; always remembenng, that it is a toleration of the free exercise of the religion of the Church of Home only, to which they are entitled, but not to the powers And privileges of it, as an Established...

Report from the Select Committee: Appointed to Report the Nature and ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on Regulation of Roman Catholics in Foreign States - 1816 - 544 sivua
...care that no arrangements in regard thereto be made but such as give full satisfaction to No. XXI. Our new subjects, in every point in which they have a right to any indulgence on that head; (B.) always remembering, that it is a toleration of the free exercise of the religion of the church...

An essay on the origin and purity of the primitive Church of the British ...

William Hales - 1819
...permit," and accordingly the inhabitants are entitled to the free exercise of the Romish Religion, but not to the powers and privileges of it as an Established Church ; "for that is a preference which belongs only to the Protestant Church of England." Upon these principles,...

The British Critic: A New Review, Nide 20

1823
...indispensable duty to lose no time in making such arrangements in regard thereto, as may give full satisfaction to our new subjects, in every point in which they have a right to indulgence on that head, always remembering that it is a toleration of the free exercise of the religion...

Sammlung einiger wichtigen offiziellen Aktenstücke zur Geschichte der ...

Augustin Theiner - 1835 - 127 sivua
...duty to lose no time in making such arrangements in regard thereto , as may give full satisfaction to our new subjects in every point in which they have...powers and privileges of it as an established church , for that is a preference which belongs only to the Protestant Church of England. 21st. Upon these...

A Brief History of the Church in Upper Canada: Containing the Acts of ...

William Bettridge - 1838 - 143 sivua
...to take care that no arrangements in regard therato be made, but such as may give full satisfaction to our new subjects, in every point in which they...privileges of it as an Established Church, THAT BEING A PBIKEBENCK WHICH BELONGS ONLY TO THE PROTESTANT CHURCH OF ENGLAND. -§ 44. — It is our will and pleasure...

The Church the converter of the heathen, 2 sermons

Edward Bouverie Pusey - 1838
...were already amply provided for. Thus in the " King's Instructions'," it is directly so used ; " — always remembering that it is a toleration of the...religion of the Church of Rome only, to which they" [" our new subjects"] " are entitled, but not to the powers and privileges of it, as an Established...

Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1838
...to take care, that no arrangements in regard thereto be made, but such as may give full satisfaction to our new subjects in every point in which they have a right to indulgence on that head, always remembering, that it is a toleration of the free exercise of the religion...

the mirror of parliament

john henry barrow - 1838
...to take care that no arrangements in regard thereto be made, but such as may give full satisfaction to our new subjects in every point in which they have a right to indulgence on that head ; always remembering that it is a toleration of the free exercise of the religion...

Annals of the Diocese of Quebec

Ernest Hawkins - 1849 - 335 sivua
...toleration of the free exercise of the religion of the c Church of Rome, to which they were entitled, not to the powers and privileges of it, as an established church, for that is a preference which belongs only to the Protestant Church of England." The Roman Catholic...




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