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" That your petitioners are honestly attached to the doctrines and discipline of the Church of England, as by law established, and are well persuaded of the great benefits it has conferred and is conferring upon the kingdom at large. They beg leave also... "
A Collection of Letters, Statutes, and Other Documents from the Ms. Library ... - Page lvii
by Corpus Christi College (University of Cambridge). Library - 1838 - 402 pages
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The Quarterly Journal of Education, Volume 7

Education - 1834
...of the church of England as by law established, and are well persuaded of the great benefits it hath conferred and. is conferring upon the kingdom at large....the established religion of the country, and upon the wholesome effect it hath produced on the learning, piety, and character of the nation. ' Strongly...
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The Quarterly Journal of Education, Volume 7

Education - 1834
...petition of the undersigned, resident members of the Senate of the University of Cambridge, showeth, ' That your petitioners are honestly attached to the...established, and are well persuaded of the great benefits it hath conferred and is conferring upon the kingdom at large. They beg leave also to declare their sincere...
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An answer to 'The case of the Dissenters' [by A. Reed]. With some remarks on ...

Henry John Rose - 1834
...profession of the attachment of the petitioners to the church of England. It then proceeds thus : — " They beg leave also to declare their sincere attachment...the established religion of the country, and upon the wholesome . effect it hath produced on the learning, piety, and character of the nation." It then...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1834
...the means in their power, — coming from individuals who, to use their own emphatic words, " were honestly attached to the doctrines and discipline of the Church of England," and whom, therefore, no application could induce, if such by possibiity could be made, to lend themselves...
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The Ecclesiastical Law, Volume 3

Richard Burn - Ecclesiastical law - 1842
...well known SC|KH>'•unto vs, and is of sober life and conversation, and conformahle to the doctrine and discipline of the Church of England as by law established, and is •well affected to his present majesty King George the Second ; and, ai ice /nimbly apprehend,...
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The English Universities, Volume 2, Part 2

Victor Aimé Huber - Education, Higher - 1843
...Great Britain and Ireland: the humble petition of the undersigned resident Members of the Senate of the University of Cambridge, "Sheweth, "That your petitioners...the Church of England, as by law established, and arc well persuaded of the great benefits it has conferred and is conferring upon the kingdom at large....
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The English Universities: From the German of V. A. Huber ...

Victor Aimé Huber - Education, Higher - 1843
...Great Britain and Ireland: the humble petition of the undersigned resident Members of the Senate of the University of Cambridge, "Sheweth, "That your petitioners are honestly attached to the doctrine? and discipline of the Church of England, as by law established, and are well persuaded of...
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Annals of Cambridge, Volume 4

Charles Henry Cooper - Cambridge (England) - 1852
...PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED. THE UUMBLE PETITION of the undersigned resident members of the Senate of the University of Cambridge. Sheweth, THAT your Petitioners...honestly attached to the doctrines and discipline of the Chureh of England as by law established, and are well persuaded of the great benefits it has conferred...
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The Home of Washington: Or, Mount Vernon and Its Associations, Historical ...

Benson John Lossing - Mount Vernon - 1870 - 446 pages
...worship. In that year his name is appended to a declaration, with others, that he would "be conformable to the Doctrines and Discipline of the Church of England, as by law established." With his name appear those of George Mason, George William Fairfax, Edward Payne,...
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The Home of Washington; Or, Mount Vernon and Its Associations, Historical ...

Benson John Lossing - Mount Vernon - 1870 - 446 pages
...worship. In that year his name is appended to a declaration, with others, that he would ube conformable to the Doctrines and Discipline of the Church of England, as by law established." With his name appear those of George Mason, George William Fairfax, Edward Payne,...
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