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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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A history of the attempts to establish the Protestant Reformation in Ireland ...

Thomas D'Arcy McGee - History - 1853 - 376 pages
...1780, published two letters on " the civil principles of the Roman Catholics," in which he maintained " that no government, not Roman Catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion ; " " that they ought not to be tolerated by any government, Protestant, Mahometan, or pagan."...
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A Discussion of the Question, Is the Roman Catholic Religion, in Any Or in ...

John Hughes, John Breckinridge - Catholic question - 1856 - 546 pages
...this does not touch the point j I will set religion, true or false, out of the question. 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 does,...
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AMERICANISM CONTRASTED WITH FOREIGNISM, ROMANISM AND BOGUS DEMOCRACY

WILLIAM G. BROWMLOW - 1856
...of Pope 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. " Again, those who acknowledge the spiritual power of the Pope can give no security of...
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The Bench and Bar of Georgia: Memoirs and Sketches: With an ..., Volume 1

Stephen Franks Miller - Georgia - 1858
...Pope Pins'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 Life and Writings of the Rev. Arthur O'Leary

Michael Bernard Buckley - 1868 - 410 pages
...Association." In these publications he maintained that, setting altogether aside the question of religion, " no government, not Roman Catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion." This proposition he undertook to prove by what he calls " a plain argument," which proves...
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The Bulwark, Or, Reformation Journal: In Defence of the True ..., Volume 17

Anti-Catholicism - 1868
...Pope Pius's creed to be true ; suppose the Council of Trent to have been infallible ; yet I insist that no government not Roman Catholic ought to tolerate men of the Catholic persuasion. I prove this by a plain argument, (let him answer it that can). That no Roman...
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Education, the Old Rut and the New Road: Being a Critical Review of the ...

Wesleyan minister - Education - 1872 - 165 pages
...Pope 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 who can. That no Roman Catholic does...
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The History of Catholic Emancipation and the Progress of the ..., Volume 1

William Joseph Amherst - Catholic emancipation - 1886
...same time, also wrote a letter to one of the newspapers to prove by a series of ridiculous syllogisms, that "no Government, not Roman Catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion." To prove that the Act of 1778 meant the toleration of Catholics, he says that Catholics...
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The English Church and Its Bishops 1700-1800, Volume 2

Charles John Abbey - Bishops - 1887
...words : ' Let there be as boundless a freedom in religion as any man can conceive. . . . Yet I insist upon it that no Government not Roman Catholic ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion.' 4 He grounds this on there being no security for their allegiance. But what a firebrand...
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Works of Benjamin Wills Newton, Volume 13

Benjamin Wills Newton - Bible - 1890
...Pope Pius's creed to be true ; suppose the Council of Trent to have been infallible ; yet I insist that no Government not Roman Catholic ought to tolerate men of the Catholic persuasion. I prove this by a plain argument (let him answer it that can). That no Roman Catholic...
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