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" I have spoken more strongly than usual, because of unhappy circumstances that have forced themselves upon the observation of all. The threats of those, who are enemies of the church, make it the more necessary for those who feel their duty to that church... "
The Conservative standard of the British empire, erected in a time of ... - Page 84
by George Burges - 1835
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Dictionary of Sects, Heresies, Ecclesiastical Parties, and Schools of ...

John Henry Blunt - Christianity - 1874 - 647 pages
...in which he also declared his firm determination to uphold the Church, and added with emphasis, " I have spoken more strongly than usual, because of unhappy...upon the observation of all. The threats of those who arc enemies of the Church make it the more necessary for those who frei their duty to 1 hat Church...
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Dictionary of Sects, Heresies, Ecclesiastical Parties, and Schools of ...

John Henry Blunt - Christianity - 1874 - 647 pages
...in which he also declared his firm determination to uphold the Church, and added with emphasis, " I have spoken more strongly than usual, because of unhappy...forced themselves upon the observation of all. The tlireats of those who are enemies of the Church make it the more necessary for those who feel their...
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The History of England from the Year 1830-1874, Volume 1

William Nassau Molesworth - Grande-Bretagne - Histoire - 1830-1874 - 1874
...in the declaration which I now make of firm attachment tothe church and resolution to maintain it. I have spoken more strongly than usual, because of unhappy circumstances that have forced themselves on the observation of all. The threats of those who are enemies of the church make it the more necessary...
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The age we live in: a history of the nineteenth century, Volume 2, Part 1

James Taylor - 1882
...without interference on any hand. I have spoken more strongly than usual, he said in conclusion, ' because of unhappy circumstances that have forced...Church make it the more necessary for those who feel it their duty to that Church to speak out. The words which you hear from me are indeed spoken by my...
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A Narrative of Events Connected with the Publication of the Tracts for the ...

William Palmer - Oxford movement - 1883 - 293 pages
...declaration which I now make, of my firm attachment to the Church, and resolution to maintain it. I have spoken more strongly than usual, because of unhappy...those who feel their duty to that Church to speak out. The words which you hear from me are indeed spoken by my mouth, but they flow from my heart. His Majesty...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 43

Great Britain - 1883
...of England and Ireland." His Majesty declared that he had spoken more strongly than usual, " because the threats of those who are enemies of the Church...who feel their duty to that Church to speak -out." The King was observed to be deeply affected in delivering this speech to the bishops. In describing...
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Modern England: From the Reform Bill to the Present Time

Justin McCarthy - Great Britain - 1899 - 352 pages
...world with a conscience clear in regard to the maintenance of the State Church. The threats, he said, of those who are enemies of the Church make it the more necessary for those who feel their duties to that Church to speak out. " The words which you hear from me are indeed spoken by the mouth,...
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A History of the Nineteenth Century: Year by Year

Edwin Emerson, Maurice Magnus - History, Modern - 1900
...of which it is justly capable, but toleration must not be suffered to go into licentiousness. ... T have spoken more strongly than usual, because of unhappy circumstances that have VJ Koyal inforced themselves on the observation of all. Thetę"erencB words which you hear from me...
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 15

1837
...to maintain" the" religion, and the Church of England and Irel-iad ;" and ended by saying, — " I have spoken more strongly than usual, because of unhappy...who feel their duty to that church to speak out." But, though ministers did not succeed in rendering his majesty indifferent to the established faith,...
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