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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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Babylon, Its Future History and Doom: With Remarks on the Future of Egypt ...

Benjamin Wills Newton - Babylon (Extinct city) - 1890 - 642 pages
...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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History of the Church, from Its First Establishment to Our Own Times ...

Jodocus Adolph Birkhaeuser - Church history - 1898 - 798 pages
...time, also wrote a letter to one of the newspapers to proye, by a series of ridiculous syllogisms, that • no government, not Roman Catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion. . . . ." This letter and the Defence of the Protestant Association were so Incentive to...
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A History of the English Church: Overton, J. H. The English church from the ...

William Richard Wood Stephens, William Hunt - Great Britain - 1906
...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." Can it therefore be wondered at that the Methodists, as Horace Walpole and Sir Samuel...
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The English Church from the Accession of George I to the End of the ...

John Henry Overton, Frederic Relton - Christianity - 1906 - 374 pages
...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." Can it therefore be wondered . at that the Methodists, as Horace Walpole and Sir Samuel...
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Doctrinal Standards of Methodism, Including the Methodist Episcopal Churches

Thomas Benjamin Neely - Methodism - 1918 - 355 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 that can. That no Roman Catholic...
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The Separation of the Methodists from the Church of England

Robert Leonard Tucker - Methodism - 1918 - 184 pages
...wretches."75 There was little leaning toward the papacy in such a statement. Later on, he wrote : "I insist upon it that no government, not Roman Catholic, ought to tolerate men of Roman Catholic persuasion . . . who cannot give security to that government for their allegiance and...
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The Works of John and Charles Wesley: A Bibliography ...

Richard Green - Reference - 1906 - 291 pages
...Catholic Disabilities Act, which at the time was exciting much attention. In the letter, Wesley asserts, " that no Government, not Roman Catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion." For, since the Council of Constance decreed that ' ' no faith is to be kept with heretics,"...
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The Edinburgh Magazine, and Literary Miscellany: A New Series of ..., Volume 42

1780
...nothing on one or the other fuppofitions. Therefore away with all your commonplace declamation abont intolerance and perfecution for religion ! Suppofe...not Roman -Catholic, ought to tolerate men of the Roman-Catholic pcrfnaiion. I prove this by a plain argument, (let him anfwer it that can). — That...
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Messenger, Volume 40

1903
...Pope Pius's creed to be true, suppose the Council of Trent to have been infallible, yet I must insist upon it that no government not Roman Catholic ought to tolerate men of the Roman Catholic persuasion. No Roman Catholic does or can give security for his allegiance or peaceable behavior. It...
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The Eclectic Review

1829
...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 R'iman Catholic persuasion. I prove this by a plain argument (let him answer it that can) — that...
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