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" I now remember you have a right to require of me to be resolute in defence of the church. I have been, by the circumstances of my life, and by conviction, led to support toleration to the utmost extent of which it is justly capable ; but toleration must... "
The Conservative standard of the British empire, erected in a time of ... - Page 4
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
...thus, •• now remember you have a right to require of me to be resolute in defence of the church. I have been, by the circumstances of my life, and by conviction, led to support tolerution to the utmost extent of which it is justly capable ; but toleration must not be suffered...
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The Christian Advocate, Volume 12

1834
...you have a right to require of me to be resolute in defence of the church," the king proceeded — " I have been, by the circumstances of my life, and...my duty, and which I am resolved to maintain. I am, (rom the deepest conviction, attached to the pure Protestant faith which this church, of which I am...
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The Dublin University Magazine, Volume 4

Ireland - 1834
...bishops r— " My Lords—You have a right to require of me to be resolute in defence of the church. I have been, by the circumstances of my life, and...has its bounds, which it is my duty and which I am n-nhv.l tn maintain. I am, from the deepest conviction, attached to the pure Protestant faith, which...
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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
...resolute in defence of the Church. 1 have been, by the circumstances of my life, and by convittion, led to support toleration to the utmost extent of...licentiousness : it has its bounds, which it is my n'uty and which I am resolved to maintain. 1 am, from the deepest conviction, attached to the pure...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1834
...bishops : — " My Lords — You have a right to require of me to be resolute in defence of the church. I have been, by the circumstances of my life, and...support toleration to the utmost extent of which it it justly capable ; but toleration must not be suffered to go into licentiousness : it has its bounds,...
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Annual Register, Volume 76

Edmund Burke - History - 1835
...them thus, " I now remember you have a right to require of me to be resolute in defence of the church. I have been, by the circumstances of my life, and...it has its bounds, which it is my duty, and which I arn resolved, to maintain. I am, from the deepest conviction, attached to the pure Protestant faith...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and ..., Volume 76

History - 1835
...then» thus, " T now remember you have a right to require of me to be resolute iu defence of the church. I have been, by the circumstances of my life, and...of which it is justly capable ; but toleration must uot be suffered to go into licentiousness — it has its bounds, which it is my duty, and which I arn...
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Infant baptism alone orthodox, an address

Henry Parish - 1835
...aboard. What said our good and gracious King on his last birth-day? "I have been, by the circumstance of my life, and by conviction, led to support toleration to the utmost extent of which it is capable ; but toleration must not be suffered to go into licentiousness ; it has its bounds, which...
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The Inquirer

...thousands into perditiofi. ALLOCUTION OF HIS MAJESTY KINO WILLIAM IV., TO THE BISHOPS, JUNE, 1834. •" I HAVE been by the circumstances of my life, and by...conviction, attached to the pure Protestant faith, of which this Church, of which I am the temporal head, is the human means of diffusing and preserving...
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The Protestant elector

...MAJESTY WILLIAM IV. TO THE BISHOPS, EXPRESSIVE OP His DETERMINATION TO DEFEND THE PROTESTANT CHURCH — I have been, by the circumstances of my life, and...is my duty and which I am resolved to maintain. I ain from the deepest conviction attached to the pure Protestant faith, which this Church of which lam...
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