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" is a great Brother, and the very genius of that nation of people leads them always to oppose as well civilly as ecclesiastically all that ever authority ordains for them ; but, in good faith, were they right served they should be "
The Dictionary of National Biography - Page 254
by Sir Sidney Lee - 1890
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The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1816
...Hampden, he thinks, might hav/e been easily reformed by some wholesome chastisement: " Mr. Hampden is a great brother; and the very genius of that nation of people leads them always to oppose, both civilly and ecclesiastically, all that ever authority ordains for them. But in good faith, were...
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The British Plutarch: containing the lives of the most eminent ..., Volume 3

Francis Wrangham - Biography & Autobiography - 1816
...1.173. Hampden,he thinks, might have been easily reformed by some wholesome chastisement: " Mr. Hampden is a great brother; and the very genius of that nation of people leads them always to oppose, both civilly and ecclesiastically, all that ever authority ordains for them. But in good faith, were...
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Lives of British statesmen, Volume 2

John Macdiarmid - 1820
...173, Hambden, he thinks, might have been easiJy reformed by some wholesome chastisement: " Mr Hambden is a great brother; and the very genius of that nation of people leads them always to oppose, both civilly and ecclesiastically, all that ever authority ordains for them. But, in good faith, were...
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Memorials of the Stuart Dynasty: Including the Constitutional and ...

Robert Vaughan - Great Britain - 1831
...her. " Mr. Hampden," says Wentworth, " is a great brother (a puritan), and the very genius of that people leads them always to oppose, as well civilly as ecclesiastically, all that authority ordains for them; but in good faith, were they right served, they should be whipped home...
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Some memorials of John Hampden, his party and his times, Volume 1

George Nugent- Grenville (baron Nugent.) - 1832
...betrayed. ' Mr. Hampden,' says he, in a letter to Archbishop Laud, ' is a great Brother;' (puritan ;) ' and the very genius of that nation of people ' leads them always to oppose, both civilly ' and ecclesiastically, all that ever Authority ' ordains for them. But, in good faith,...
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The History of England Under the House of Stuart, Including the Commonwealth ...

Robert Vaughan - Great Britain - 1840 - 935 pages
...leaders. " Mr. Hampden," he writes, " is a great brother, (a puritan,) and the very genius of that people leads them always to oppose, as well civilly as ecclesiastically, all that authority ordains for them. But in good faith were they right served, they would be whipped home into...
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The cabinet history of England: being an abridgment, by the ..., Volumes 11-12

Charles MacFarlane - Great Britain - 1845
...whipping Hampden, like Prynne or Lilburne. " Mr. Hampden," says he to his dear friend the archbishop, " is a great brother; § and the very genius of that nation of people leads them always to oppose, both civilly and ecclesiastically, all that majority of the judges was still for the king—moved for...
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The Constitutional History of England: From the Accession of Henry ..., Volume 1

Henry Hallam - Constitutional history - 1846
...claim with impunity. " Mr. Hampden is a great brother [je a puritan j, and the very genius of that people leads them always to oppose, as well civilly...good faith, were they right served, they should be whipt home into their right wits, and much beholden they should be to any one that would thoroughly...
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The constitutional history of England, from the accession of Henry VII. to ...

Henry Hallam - Constitutional history - 1846
...crown's claim with impunity. " Mr. Hampden is a great brother [ie a puritan], and the very genius of that people leads them always to oppose, as well civilly...good faith, were they right served, they should be whipt home into their right wits, and much beholden they should be to any one that would thoroughly...
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Southey's common-place book. Ed. by J.W. Warter

Robert Southey - 1849
...Tobacco contract. Strafford writes to the king of his tmfriemls. His profits, p. 137. 138. " Mr. Hambden is a great brother : and the very genius of that nation...good faith were they right served, they should be whipt home into their right wits ; and much beholden they should be to any that would thoroughly take...
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