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" That Christianity, and the embracing of the Gospel, does not make the least Alteration in Civil Property, or in any of the Duties which belong to Civil Relations; but in all these Respects, it continues Persons just in the same State as it found them. "
Annals of King's Chapel from the Puritan Age of New England to the Present Day - Page 408
by Henry Wilder Foote, John Carroll Perkins, Winslow Warren - 1900
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An historical account of the incorporated Society for the Propagation of the ...

David Humphreys - African Americans - 1730 - 356 pages
...-it may be very truly rep Thar Chriftianity, and the embracing of the Gofpel, does not make the leaft Alteration in Civil Property, or in any of the Duties which belong to Civil Relations ; but in all thefe Refpedts, it continues Perfons juft in the fame State as it found them. The Freedom...
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An Historical Account of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South-Carolina ...

Frederick Dalcho - South Carolina - 1820 - 613 pages
...Christians, only makes them less diligent, and more ungovernable. To which it may be very truly replied, 'That Christianity, and the embracing of the Gospel,...any of the Duties which belong to Civil Relations ; but in all these Respects, it continues Persons just in the same State as it found them. The freedom...
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An historical account of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South Carolina

Frederick Dalcho - 1820
...Christians, only makes them less diligent, and more ungovernable. To which it may be very truly replied, That Christianity, and the embracing of the Gospel,...any of the Duties which belong to Civil Relations ; but in all these Respects, it continues Persons just in the same State as it found them. The freedom...
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The Religious Instruction of the Negroes in the United States

Charles Colcock Jones - African Americans - 1842 - 277 pages
...Christians, only makes them less diligent and more ungovernable. To which it may be very truly replied, that Christianity and the embracing of the Gospel...any of the duties which belong to civil relations; but in all these respects, it continues persons just in the same state as it found them. The freedom...
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History of the United States: History of the colonization of the United States

George Bancroft - History - 1853
...species, having no right to be instructed." In like manner, Gibson, the bishop of London, declared that "Christianity and the embracing of the gospel...not make the least alteration in civil property;" while he besought the masters to regard the negroes " not barely as slaves, but as men-slaves and women-slaves,...
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the history of the society of friends in america

james bowden - 1854
...find the Bishop of London lending his aid to bind the fetters of the enslaved African, and declaring that " Christianity and the embracing of the gospel...not make the least alteration in civil property." It surely then, would have been no marvel if, under the prevailing influence of things around them,...
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The history of the Society of Friends in America, Volume 2

James Bowden - Society of Friends - 1854
...find the Bishop of London lending his aid to bind the fetters of the enslaved African, and declaring that " Christianity and the embracing of the gospel...not make the least alteration in civil property." It surely then, would have been no marvel if, under the prevailing influence of things around them,...
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An Historical Sketch of Slavery: From the Earliest Period

Thomas Read Rootes Cobb - Slavery - 1858 - 302 pages
...proposition was legally untrue ; while the declaration of Gibson, the Bishop of London, about the same time, that " Christianity and the embracing of the Gospel...not make the least alteration in civil property," quieted their consciences as to the moral question. To make " assurance doubly sure," however, the...
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An Inquiry Into the Law of Negro Slavery in the United States of ..., Volume 1

Thomas Read Rootes Cobb - Slavery - 1858 - 358 pages
...proposition was legally untrue ; while the declaration of Gibson, the Bishop of London, about the same time, that " Christianity and the embracing of the Gospel...not make the least alteration in civil property," quieted their consciences as to the moral question. To make "assurance doubly sure," however, the Legislature...
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History of the United States, from the discovery of the amarican ..., Volume 2

George Bancroft
...species, having no right to be instructed." In ' like manner, Gibson, the Bishop of London, declared that " Christianity and the embracing of the gospel...not make the least alteration in civil property;" while he besought the masters to regard the negroes " not barely as slaves, but as men-slaves and women-slaves,...
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