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" I have spoken more strongly than usual, because of unhappy circumstances that have forced themselves upon the observation of all. The threats of those, who are enemies of the church, make it the more necessary for those who feel their duty to that church... "
The Conservative standard of the British empire, erected in a time of ... - Page 84
by George Burges - 1835
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 76

Edmund Burke - History - 1835
...the declaration which I now make, of firm attachment to the church, and resolution to maintain it. I have spoken more strongly than usual, because of unhappy...those who feel their duty to that church to speak out. The words which you hear from me are, indeed, spoken by my mouth, but they flow from my heart.'' 44]...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 51

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, Sir William Smith, William Macpherson, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - English literature - 1834
...declaration which I now make, of MY FIRM ATTACHMENT to the Church, and RESOLUTION TO MAINTAIN IT. ' I have spoken more strongly than usual, because of unhappy...that have forced themselves upon the observation of alt. The threats of those who are enemies of the Church make it the more necessary for those who feel...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., Volume 16

1834
...declaration which I now make, of MY FIRM ATTACHMENT to the Church, and RESOLUTION TO MAINTAIN IT. " I have spoken more strongly than usual, because of unhappy...forced themselves upon the observation of all. The voL. xVI. No. VII. threats of those who are enemies of the Church make it the more necessary for those...
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The Christian Advocate, Volume 12

1834
...the declaration which I now make of firm attachment to the church, and resolution to maintain it. " I have spoken more strongly than usual, because of unhappy...those who feel their duty to that Church to speak out. The words which you hear from me are indeed spoken by my mouth, but they Sow; from my heart." " His'...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 51

English literature - 1834
...declaration which I now make, of MY FIRM ATTACHMENT to the Church, and RESOLUTION TO MAINTAIN IT. ' I have spoken more strongly than usual, because of unhappy...those who feel their duty to that Church TO SPEAK OUT. The words which you hear from me are indeed spoken by my mouth, but they flow from my heart.' INDEX....
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The Dublin University Magazine, Volume 4

Ireland - 1834
...despair is impiety, because it may lead to inaction. We take the words of our King as our motto—" The threats of those who are enemies of the church,...those who feel their duty to that church to speak oat." The Protestants of Ireland meet in Dublin in the commencement of July, and this is right; but...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1834
...despair is impiety, because it may lead to inaction. We take the words of our Kmg as our motto — " The threats of those who are enemies of the church,...make it the more necessary for those who feel their dutv to that church to speak out." The Protestants of Ireland meet in Dublin in tfie commencement of...
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Letters to a dissenting minister of the Congregational independent ...

Michael Augustus Gathercole - 1834
...who will not say with our gracious King, in his heart-stining speech to the Bishops — that it is " necessary for those who feel their duty to that Church to speak out ?" After the above quotations what Dissenter can ever have the impudence to find fault with whatever...
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Annual Register, Volume 76

Edmund Burke - History - 1835
...the declaration which I now make, of firm attachment to the church, and resolution to maintain it. I have spoken more strongly than usual, because of unhappy...those who feel their duty to that church to speak out. The words which you hear from me are, indeed, spoken by my mouth, but they flow from ray heart." Wben...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and ..., Volume 76

History - 1835
...the declaration which I now make, of firm attachment to the church, and resolution to maintain it. I have spoken more strongly than usual, because of unhappy...those who feel their duty to that church to speak out. The words which you hear from me are, indeed, spoken by my mouth, but they flow from my heart.'' When...
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