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" HITHER TENDS THAT WORST AND NEVER SUFFICIENTLY TO BE EXECRATED AND DETESTED LIBERTY OF THE PRESS, FOR THE DIFFUSION OF ALL MANNER OF WRITINGS, WHICH SOME SO LOUDLY CONTEND FOR, AND SO ACTIVELY PROMOTE. "
A Plea for the West - Sivu 174
tekijä(t) Lyman Beecher - 1835 - 190 sivua
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The Christian's Penny Magazine, Numero 1

1832
...Gregory XVI, in which his Holiness laments especially " that worst and never sufficiently to be execrated and detested liberty of the press, for the diffusion of all manner of writings !" False religiou must necessarily dread this liberty : but truth, and the religion of the Holy Scriptures...

Foreign Conspiracy Against the Liberties of the United States

Samuel Finley Breese Morse - 1835 - 208 sivua
...flourishing empires." " Hither tends that worst and never sufficiently to be execrated and detested LIBEETY OF THE PRESS, for the diffusion of all manner of writings,...books. " No means must be here omitted, says Clement XIII., our predecessor of happy memory, in the Encyclical Letter on the proscription of bed books —...

The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1835
...obedience to all emperors and kings, * ' Hither tends that worst and never sufficiently to be execrated and detested liberty of the press, for the diffusion...some so loudly contend for, and so actively promote. We shudder, Venerable Brethren, at the sight of the monstrous doctrines, or rather portentous errors,...

The Lords and the People, Or, The Principles of Civil Government Illustrated ...

William Henry C. Grey - 1835 - 559 sivua
...most, powerful and flourishing empires. HITHER TENDS THAT WORST AND NEVER SUFFICIENTLY TO BE EXECRATED AND DETESTED LIBERTY OF THE PRESS, FOR THE DIFFUSION...SOME SO LOUDLY CONTEND FOR, AND SO ACTIVELY PROMOTE. We shudder, venerable brethren, at the sight of the monstrous doctrines, or rather PORTENTOUS ERRORS,...

The Eclectic Review, Nide 14;Nide 62

William Hendry Stowell - 1835
...obedience to all emperors and kings, * ' Hither tends that worst and never sufficiently to be execrated and detested liberty of the press, for the diffusion...some so loudly contend for, and so actively promote. We shudder, Venerable Brethren, at the sight of the monstrous doctrines, or rather portentous errors,...

Six months in a convent. 3rd Lond. ed. [With]

Rebecca Theresa Reed - 1835
...powerful and flourishing empires." " Hitherto tends that worst, and never sufficiently to be execrated Liberty of the Press, for the diffusion of all manner...some so loudly contend for, and so actively promote." " ' No means must be here omitted,' says Clement XIII., [who was Pope from 1758 to 1769,] our predecessor...

A debate on the Roman Catholic religion: held in the Sycamore-Street Meeting ...

Alexander Campbell, John Baptist Purcell - 1837 - 360 sivua
...most powerful and flourishing empires. "Hither tends that worst and never sufficiently to be execrated and detested LIBERTY OF THE PRESS for the diffusion...some so loudly contend for, and so actively promote." p. 121. This so fresh from Rome, stamped with the seal of infallibility, without another word, sustains...

A debate on the Roman Catholic religion: held in the Sycamore-Street Meeting ...

Alexander Campbell, John Baptist Purcell - 1837 - 360 sivua
...most powerful and nourishing empires. " Hither tends that worst and never sufficiently to be execrated and detested LIBERTY OF THE PRESS for the diffusion...writings, which some so loudly contend for, and so activrlv promote." p. 121. This вo fresh from Rome, stamped with the seal of infallibility, without...

The Protestant magazine

Protestant association - 1839
...of speech, and a lust of novelty." " Hither tends that worst and never to be sufficiently execrated and detested liberty of the press, for the diffusion...some so loudly contend for, and so actively promote." And who closes his letter with the following awful piece of idolatry :— " BUT THAT ALL MAY HATE A...

Romanism as it Rules in Ireland: Being a Full and Authentic Report of the ...

Mortimer O'Sullivan, Robert James M'Ghee - 1840
...it is said, " Hither tends that worst and never sufficiently to be execrated and detested ' liherty of the press,' for the diffusion of all manner of writings, which some so actively contend for, and so actively promote." Such are the principles which Rome, now in her feebleness,...




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