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" Pius's creed to be true ; suppose the Council of Trent to have been infallible : yet, I insist upon it, That no Government not Roman catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion. "
Miscellaneous tracts - Page 192
by Arthur O'Leary - 1781 - 397 pages
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 42

English literature - 1780
...it, that no government, not Roman-Catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman-Catholic perfuafion. 1 prove this by a plain argument, (let him anfwer it that can). — That no Roman-Catholic doce orean give fccuritjr rity for bis allegiance or peaceable bekiiiour, I prove thus....
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Boswell's Life of Johnson: Tour to the Hebrides (1773) and Journey into ...

James Boswell - Hebrides (Scotland) - 1786
...their cause.' Journal, p. 58. In a letter published in Jan. 1780, he said : — ' I insist upon it, that no government, not Roman Catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion. They ought not to be tolerated by any government, Protestant, Mahometan, or Pagan.' To...
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The Works of the Rev. John Wesley, Volume 15

John Wesley, Joseph Benson - Methodist Church - 1812
...Pius's creed to be true ; suppose the Council of Trent to have been infallible : yet, I insist upon it, That no Government not Roman catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion. I prove this by a plain argument : (let him answer it that can.)— -That no Roman Catholic...
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The Works of the Rev. John Wesley, Volume 10

John Wesley - Methodism - 1827
...Pius's creed to be true ; suppose the Council of Trent to have been infallible : yet, I insist upon it, That no government not Roman Catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion. I prove this by a plain argument: (let him answer it -that can.) — That no Roman Catholic...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1829
...Plus's Creed to be true : suppose the council of Trent to have been infallible : yet I insist upon it, that no Government, not Roman Catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion. I prove this by a plain argument (let him answer it that can) — that no Roman Catholic...
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The Methodist Review, Volume 4; Volume 15

Methodist Church - 1833
...Pius's creed to be true ; suppose the council of Trent to have been infallible ; yet, I insist upon it, that no government, not Roman Catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion. I prove this by a plain argument : (let him answer it that can:) That no Roman Catholic...
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The Catholic magazine

1812
...principle established by the Council of Constance, that, " no faith is to be kept with heretics," " no government, not Roman Catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion;" and teeming with many other severe and unjust sarcasms against the Catholic professors,...
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The Protestant magazine

Protestant association - 1839
...Pkis's Creed to be true ; suppose the Council of Trent to bave\een infallible: yet I insist upon it, that no Government, not Roman Catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion. " I prove this by a plain argument — (let him answer it that can); — That no Roman...
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Strictures on mr. O'Connell's letters to the Wesleyan Methodists

George Cubitt, Daniel O'Connell - 1840
...commencement, adds at the conclusion, with the intervention of only half-a-dozen lines, " Yet I insist upon it, that no Government, not Roman Catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion." At first sight, there appears a contradiction here. Mr. Wesley speaks of freedom in religion,...
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The Penny Protestant operative, Volumes 4-7

1843
...Pius's creed to be true ; suppose the Council of Trent to have been infallible : yet, I insist upon it, that no government, not Roman Catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion. thus. It is a Roman Catholic maxim established not by private men, but by a public council,...
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