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" Cotton preached, and delivered this doctrine, that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause, and to be publicly convict, no more than the magistrates may not turn a private man out of his freehold, etc.,... "
Letters to a Young Gentleman Commencing His Education: To which is Subjoined ... - Sivu 216
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Congregationalists in America: A Popular History of Their Origin, Belief ...

Albert Elijah Dunning - 1894 - 552 sivua
...He preached a sermon at the first Court of .Elections after he came to Boston, in May, 1634, to show "that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause ; " and Governor Winthrop also favored that view. It took practical form two years...

Congregationalists in America: A Popular History of Their Origin, Belief ...

Albert Elijah Dunning - 1894 - 552 sivua
...He preached a sermon at the first Court of Elections after he came to Boston, in May, 1634, to show "that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause ; " and Governor Winthrop also favored that view. It took practical form two years...

The Puritan in England and New England

Ezra Hoyt Byington - 1896 - 406 sivua
...office for life, or until removed for cause. John Cotton preached before the General Court, in 1634, " that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause." It was at one time proposed that a number of the great Puritan noblemen should...

The Bay Colony: A Civil, Religious and Social History of the Massachusetts ...

William Dummer Northend - 1896 - 349 sivua
...the subject was increased by the election sermon by Mr. Cotton, in which he laid down the doctrine " that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause, and to be publicly convict, no more than the magistrates may not turn a private...

The Puritan in England and New England

Ezra Hoyt Byington - 1897 - 406 sivua
...office for life, or until removed for cause. John Cotton preached before the General Court, in 1 634, " that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause." It was at one time proposed that a number of the great Puritan noblemen should...

The Puritan Republic of the Massachusetts Bay in New England

Daniel Wait Howe - 1899 - 422 sivua
...as the best forme of government in the commonwealth, as well as in the church."1 Cotton also thought that "a Magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause and to be publicly convict," and some years later (1639) one of the elders "declared...

The Life and Work of Thomas Dudley: The Second Governor of Massachusetts

Augustine Jones - 1900 - 484 sivua
...of Boston, 225.) The Rev. Mr. Cotton, "at the General Court, preached and delivered this doctrine, that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause, and to be publicly convict, no more than the magistrates may not turn a private...

Roger Ludlow, the Colonial Lawmaker

John Metcalf Taylor - 1900 - 166 sivua
...setting up a separate clerico-magisterial estate, defined in spirit and purpose in Cotton's postulate : " A magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause, and to be publicly convict, no more than the magistrates may not turn a private...

The Sewanee Review, Nide 12

1904
...power. The crisis was probably brought about by the election sermon of Cotton, in which he declared that "a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause, and to be publicly convict."" The answer of the general court of 1634 was the election...

The Connecticut Magazine, Nide 9

William Farrand Felch, George C. Atwell, H. Phelps Arms, Francis Trevelyan Miller - 1905
...Cotton in his sermon at the opening of this general court of May, 1634, who "delivered the doctrine" that "a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man" by the people any more than a "freeman ought to be turned out of his free hold" by the magistrate,...




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