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الصفحة 437 - good of the church, or in obedience to any ecclesiastical power whatsoever. 3d. We further declare, that we hold it as an unchristian and impious principle, that " no faith is to be kept with heretics." This doctrine we detest and reprobate, not only as contrary to our religion,
الصفحة 373 - party to the Roman Catholics by fire and massacre. Take care ! for there may be Gordons here, who, not less inveterate, though more artful, will, under the mask of friendship, prove themselves as bitter enemies. " An open foe may prove a curse; "But a pretended friend is worse.
الصفحة 436 - 2d. We abjure, condemn, and detest, as unchristian and impious, the principle that it is lawful to murder, destroy, or any ways injure any person whatsoever, for, or under the pretence of being heretics: and we declare solemnly before God, that we believe that no act, in itself
الصفحة 396 - theory, that every age and generation must be as free to act for itself in all cases, as the ages and generations which preceded it; a theory which will not now be easily
الصفحة 434 - all and every their estates of freehold and inheritance; and "all the rights, titles, interests, privileges, and immunities, '»which they and every or any of them held, enjoyed, or were "rightfully and lawfully entitled to in the reign of King Charles " II, or at any time since.
الصفحة 462 - grounded, Every person that shall be admitted into any office civil or military, or shall receive any pay, salary, fee, or wages, belonging to any office or place of trust, by reason of any patent or grant from the crown, or having command or place of trust from or under
الصفحة 493 - the people, to maintain that balance which was essential to the preservation of their liberties, and the extension of their commerce. Secondly, That the sole constitutional mode by which that influence could be opposed, was by a complete and radical reform of the representation of the people in Parliament; and,
الصفحة 405 - our hearts and to refuse their just, humble, and moderate demand, shall they not say, " What portion have we in David ? and we have none inheritance in the son of Jesse. Every man to your tents, O Israel, and now David see to thine own house.
الصفحة 495 - My Lord, I will not undergo this sneap without reply. You call honorable boldness, impudent sauciness. If a man will make courtsey, and say nothing, he is virtuous. No! my Lord. My humble duty remembered, I will not be
الصفحة 51 - then passed unanimously. Russell wrote me an account of all this, and it immediately set me on thinking more seriously than I had yet done upon the state of Ireland. I soon formed my theory, and on that theory I have unvaryingly acted ever since. To subvert the tyranny of our execrable government, to break the connection with England, the never-failing source