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" ... into that vile and base means of defacing the government of the church by ridiculous pasquils; when they began to make many subjects in doubt to take... "
A vindication of the government, doctrine, and worship, of the Church of ... - Sivu 139
tekijä(t) Isaac Maddox - 1733 - 362 sivua
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The Gospel Advocate, Nide 2

1822
...many subjects in doubt to take oaths, which is one of the fundamental pails of justice in thisland,and in all places ; when they began both to vaunt of their strength, and the number of their partisans and followers, and to use comminations that their cause would prevail, through uproar and...

A History of the British Empire: From the Accession of Charles I. to ..., Nide 1

George Brodie - 1822
...began to make many subjects in doubt to take oaths, which is one of the fundamental parts of justice in this land, and in all places ; when they began both to vaunt of their strength, and number of their partizans and followers, and to use comminations, that their cause would prevail through...

The History of the Puritans: Or, Protestant Nonconformists, from the ..., Nide 1

Daniel Neal - 1822
...hegan to make many subjects in doubt to take oaths, which is one of the fundamental parts of justice in this land, and in all places ; when they began both to vaunt of their strength, and number of their partisans and followers, and to use comminutions, that their cause would prevail through...

The History of the Reformation of the Church of England ... in ..., Nide 2,Osa 1

Gilbert Burnet - 1825
...began to make many subjects in doubt to take oaths, which is one of the fundamental parts of justice in this land, and in all places ; when they began both to vaunt of their strength, and number of their partizans and followers, and to use combinations that their cause would prevail through...

The Christian Spectator, Nide 7

1825
...to make many subjects in doubt to take an oath, (which is oue of the fundamental points of justice in this land, and in all places,) when they began both to vaunt of their strength and number of their partisans and followers, and to use comminations that their cause would prevail, though...

The history of the Puritans, or Protestant nonconformists: from the ..., Nide 1

Daniel Neal - 1837
...began to make many subjects in doubt to take oaths, which is one of the fundamental parts of justice in this land, and in all places; when they began both to vaunt of their strength and number of their partisans, and followers, and to use comminations, that their cause would prevail through...

An Ecclesiastical History of Great Britain: Chiefly of England, from ..., Nide 7

Jeremy Collier - 1840
...began to make any subjects in doubt to take an oath, which is one of the fundamental points of justice in this land, and in all places ; when they began both to vaunt of their strength and number of their partizans and followers, and to use the communications that their cause would prevail,...

The History of the Puritans, Or Protestant Noncomformists: From the ..., Nide 1

Daniel Neal - 1844
...began to make many subjects in doubt to take oaths, which is one of the fundamental parts of justice in this land and in all places ; when they began both to vaunt of their strength, and number of their partisans and followers, and to use comminations, that their cause would prevail through...

An ecclesiastical history of Great Britain, Nide 7

Jeremy Collier - 1852
...began to make any subjects in doubt to take an oath, which is one of the fundamental points of justice in this land, and in all places ; when they began both to vaunt of their strength and number of their partizans and followers, and to use the communications that their cause would prevail,...

The Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon Including All His Occasional Works ...

Francis Bacon, James Spedding - 1861
...began to make many subjects in doubt to take an oath, which is one of the fundamental parts of justice in this land and in all places ; when they began both to vaunt of the strength and number of their partisans and followers, and to use comminutions that their cause...




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