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" ... scanty measure of religious liberty; yet it proved more effectual through the lenient and liberal policy of the eighteenth century; the subscription to articles of faith, which soon became as obnoxious as that to matters of a more indifferent nature,... "
An Epitome of the Civil and Literary Chronology of Rome and Constantinople ... - Pagina 459
door Henry Fynes Clinton - 1853 - 524 pagina’s
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The constitutional history of England from the accession of ..., Volumes 3-4

Henry Hallam - 1827
...obnoxious as that to matters of a more indifferent nature , having been practically dispensed with , though such a genuine toleration as Christianity and philosophy alike demand had no place in our statute-book before the reign of George III. It was found more impracticable to overcome the prejudices...
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Substance of the speech of Charles Purton Cooper ... as counsel for ...

Charles Purton Cooper - 1834
...eighteenth " century practically dispensed with the obnoxious " subscription to articles of faith, though such a " genuine toleration as Christianity and philosophy...place in our Statute Book " before the reign of George the Third." Here then is another reason,—and when all the consideration is given to it that it deserves,...
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Substance of the Speech of Charles Purton Cooper, Esq. as Counsel for the ...

Charles Purton Cooper, Charles Wellbeloved - 1834 - 81 pagina’s
...eighteenth " century practically dispensed with the obnoxious " subscription to articles of faith, though such a " genuine toleration as Christianity and philosophy...place in our Statute Book " before the reign of George the Third." Here then is another reason,—and when all the consideration is given to it that it deserves,...
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The Christian reformer; or, Unitarian magazine and review [ed. by R. Aspland].

Robert Aspland - 1850
...Mr. Hallam, " soon became as obnoxious as that to matters of a more indifferent nature, though such a toleration as Christianity and Philosophy alike demand, had no place in our Statute-book before the reign of George III."— Constit. Hist., 4to, Vol. II. p. 523. Advantage was...
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Philip Doddridge, his life and labours: A centenary memorial

John Stoughton - 1851 - 257 pagina’s
...obnoxious as that to matters of a more indifferent nature, having been practically dispensed with, though such a genuine toleration as Christianity and philosophy alike demand, had no place in our statute-book before the reign of George III." South did not like it, and Sacheverell afterwards condemned...
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Philip Doddridge, his life and labors: A centenary memorial

John Stoughton - 1852 - 257 pagina’s
...obnoxious as that to matters of a more indifferent nature, having been practically dispensed with, though such a genuine toleration as Christianity and philosophy alike demand, had no place in our statute-book before the reign of George III."* South did not like it, and Sacheverell afterwards condemned...
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Philip Doddridge, his life and labors: A centenary memorial

John Stoughton - 1858 - 257 pagina’s
...obnoxious as that to matters of a more indifferent nature, having been practically dispensed with, though such a genuine toleration as Christianity and philosophy alike demand, had no place in our statute-book before the reign of George HI."* South did not like it, and Sacheverell afterwards condemned...
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Times of refreshing to the Church of Christ, sketches of Church history

Robert Meek - 1860 - 415 pagina’s
...obnoxious as that to matters of a more indifferent nature, having been practically dispensed with, though such a genuine toleration as Christianity and philosophy alike demand, had no place in our statute-book before the reign of George III." * Amidst the continued political and religious struggles...
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The Student's Constitutional History of England. The Constitutional History ...

Henry Hallam - 1872
...obnoxious as that to matters of a more indifferent nature, having been practically dispensed with, though such a genuine toleration as Christianity and philosophy alike demand had no place in our statute-book before the reign of George III. § 29. It was found more impracticable to overcome the...
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The Reformation

George Park Fisher - 1873 - 620 pagina’s
...Trinity." The subscription to the Articles of Faith was practically dispensed with ; " though," adds Hallam, " such a genuine toleration as Christianity...our statute book before the reign of George III." The ministry of William III., when they introduc«d the Toleration Act, introduced, also, a Comprehension...
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