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" House their belief, as Protestant Christians, that no civil or ecclesiastical polity was ever so devised by the wisdom of man as not to require, from time to time, some modification from the change of external circumstances or the progress of opinion. "
A Collection of Letters, Statues, and Other Documents from the Ms. Library ... - Page lv
by Corpus Christi College (University of Cambridge). Library - 1838 - 402 pages
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Annual Register, Volume 92

Edmund Burke - History - 1851 - 882 pages
...Mr. [L a] Heywood's motion was framed in these terms : — " That all systems of academical education require from time to time some modification, from the change of external circumstances, the progress of opinion, and the intellectual improvement of the people. That in the ancient English...
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The Quarterly Journal of Education, Volume 7

Education - 1834 - 410 pages
...would humbly submit to your Honourable House their belief, as Protestant Christians, that no system of civil or ecclesiastical polity was ever so devised...from the change of external circumstances, or the proJAN.— APRIL, 1834. 2 B gress of opinion. In conformity with these sentiments, they would further...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1834
...would humbly submit to ' your hon. House their belief, as Pro' testant Christians, that no system of ' civil or ecclesiastical polity was ever so ' devised...of man as not to ' require, from time to time, some modifi' cation from the change of external cir' cumstances, or the progress of opinion. ' In conformity...
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An answer to 'The case of the Dissenters' [by A. Reed]. With some remarks on ...

Henry John Rose - 1834 - 16 pages
...states that " no system of civil or ecclesiastical polity" was ever so wisely devised as never to need some modification, from the change of external circumstances or the progress of opinion ; and suggests that no corporate body like the University " can exist in a free country, in honour...
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A Collection of Letters, Statutes, and Other Documents from the Ms. Library ...

Corpus Christi College (University of Cambridge). Library - 1838 - 402 pages
...BRITAIN AND IRELAND : THE HUMBLE PETITION OF THE UNDERSIGNED RESIDENT MEMBERS OF THE SEN ATE OF THB UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE SHEWETH : That your petitioners...Leapingwell, MA Corpus H. Arlett, MA Fell, and Tut. Pemb. E. Baines, Fell, and Tut. Christ's H. Gunning, Christ's Coll. R. Dawes, Fell, and Tut. Down. JA Barnes,...
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The Christian Teacher, Volume 3

England - 1841 - 510 pages
...on lay degrees, the petitioners declared their belief, as Protestant Christians, " that no system of civil or ecclesiastical polity was ever so devised...external circumstances, or the progress of opinion." These words illustrate admirably the plain state of the case ; the ancient Universities are still governed...
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The English Universities: From the German of V.A. Huber ...

Victor Aimé Huber - Education, Higher - 1843 - 366 pages
...attachment to the University of Cambridge ; * Hansard's Debates, vol. xxiv. p. 684. t Ibid, p. 682. grounded upon its connexion with the established religion..." In conformity with these sentiments, they would further suggest to your Honourable House, that no corporate body like the University of Cambridge can...
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The English Universities: From the German of V. A. Huber ...

Victor Aimé Huber - Education, Higher - 1843 - 384 pages
...R84. t Ibid, p. 682. grounded upon its connexion with the established religion of the countrv, fmd upon a conviction of the wholesome effect it has produced..." In conformity with these sentiments, they would further suggest to your Honourable House, that no corporate body like the University of Cambridge can...
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The Christian Teacher, Volume 3

Christianity - 1841 - 500 pages
...on lay degrees, the petitioners declared their belief, as Protestant Christians, " that no system of civil or ecclesiastical polity was ever so devised...external circumstances, or the progress of opinion." These words illustrate admirably the plain state of the case ; the ancient Universities are still governed...
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The Constitutional History of the University of Dublin: With Some Account of ...

Denis Caulfield Heron - 1847 - 282 pages
...of the nation. Strongly impressed with this conviction, they would humbly submit to your honorable house their belief, as Protestant Christians, that..." In conformity with these sentiments, they would further suggest to your honorable house that no corporate body like the University of Cambridge can...
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