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" Fashion, is a member of the Church of England, as by law established, and she would be indignant if you were to ask her whether she worshipped a protuberant idol. "
Gaslight and Daylight: With Some London Scenes They Shine Upon - Page 360
by George Augustus Sala - 1859 - 403 pages
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The Eloquence of the British Senate: Being a Selection of the Best ..., Volume 1

William Hazlitt - Orators - 1810
...that no man can hold or enjoy an office or employment, civil or military, without declaring himself a member of the church of England as by law established ; and as there are great numbers of faithful subjects, who have the misfortune of believing that some of...
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The Parliamentary History of England from the Earliest Period to ..., Volume 9

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1811
...that no man can hold or enjoy an office or employment, civil or military, without declaring himself a member of the church of England as by law established; and ať there are great numbers of faithful subjects, who have the misfortune of believing that some of...
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The Printing machine (or, Companion to the library) [ed. by J.H.L. Hunt].

...three articles, to subscribe to the following declaration : — " I, AB, do declare that I am bontjidt a member of the Church of England as by law established." And in 1779, the same substitution^ was made inregard to Bachelors of civil law, medicine, and music, and...
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A new and comprehensive gazetteer of England and Wales, illustr. by a series ...

James Bell - 1836
...receiving any degree from this university, the candidate must subscribe a declaration that he is bona fuie a member of the church of England, as by law established; and for all degrees, those of BA, MB, and UCL excepled, it is necessary to subscribe to the 36th canon...
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The parliamentary gazetteer of England and Wales. 4 vols. [bound in 12 pt ...

England - 1840
...receiving any degree from this university, th.candidate must subscribe a declaration that he is bono, fide a member of the church of England, as by law established; and for all degrees, tliose of BA, MB, and BCL excepted, it is necessary to subscribe to the 30th canon...
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The Municipal History of the Borough of Leeds, in the County of York, from ...

James Wardell - Leeds (England) - 1846 - 96 pages
...Barstow, Gentleman, an Inhabitant of this Bnrrongh, is a person of undoubted Loyalty to hi* Majesty, a Member of the Church of England as by Law established, and a discreet man, well qualiyfyd to execute the s'i office. " Your Petitioners therefore beg leave to...
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Minutes of the Committee of Council on Education, Volume 1

Great Britain. Committee on Education - School buildings - 1850
...any person be appointed or continue-to be the master or mistress of the said school who shall not be a member of the Church of England as by law established And the minister or in his absence his licensed curate or any minister officiating as aforesaid shall have...
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Household Words: A Weekly Journal, Volume 8

English literature - 1854
...mistaken superstition, and to be typical or symbolic of something. But my lady Azalia, the Queen tf the world of Fashion, is a member of the Church of England, and she would be indiglant if you were to ask her whether she (whipped a protruberant idol. Besides,...
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The Liberator

Society for the liberation of religion from State patronage and control - 1873
...interpretation clause of the Bill defines a " parishioner" to be one who has signed a declaration that he is " a member of the Church of England as by law established"; and the judge to be appointed under the Bill is to make the same declaration. We have, therefore, a new...
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Gaslight and Daylight: With Some London Scenes They Shine Upon

George Augustus Sala - London (England) - 1859 - 403 pages
...a glass of grape juice ; these bawlings out of names by lacqueys ; these posturings and jurapings, and agonies of etiquette ; and turning day into night...the conditions of his (or her ?) creed, or taught wliat is heterodox or what orthodox ; except one vulgar pretender who wrote a Handbook of Etiquette...
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