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" England, in particular," he says, "is full of those upright men, who, excellent citizens, and of all stations, are proud of being Masons; and who may be distinguished from the others by ties which only appear to unite them more closely in the bonds of... "
The antichristian conspiracy
by abbé Barruel - 1797
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Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobism, Volume 2

abbé Barruel - France - 1798
...ties which only appear to unite them more clolely in the bonds of charity and fraternal affection. It is not the fear of offending a nation in which...the contrary would filence every vain terror, and I fliould be feen exclaiming in the very ftreets of London that England was loft, that it could not efcape...
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Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism: The anti-monarchical conspiracy

abbé Barruel - France - 1799
...ties which only appear to unite them more clofely in the bonds of charity and fraternal affection. It is not the fear of offending a nation in which...the contrary would filence every vain terror, and I fhould be feen exclaiming in the very flreets of London that England was loft, that it could not efcape...
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Illustrations of Masonry

William Preston - Freemasonry - 1867 - 372 pages
...ties which only appear to unite them more closely in the bonds of charity and fraternal affection. It is not the fear of offending a nation in which I have found an asylum, that has suggested this exception. Gratitude, on the contrary, would silence every vain terror,...
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