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" We cannot but heartily wish, as it will easily be believed, that all the people of our dominions were members of the Catholic Church... "
Memoirs of the archbishops of Dublin - Page 452
by John D'Alton - 1838 - 492 pages
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A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ..., Volume 12

Trials - 1816
...cannot 4 but heartily wish, as it will easily be be' lieved, that tin: people of our dominions were ' 4 members of the Catholic church ; yet we ' humbly thank Almighty God, it is, and hatli 4 long time been our constant sense and opi> ' nion (which upon divers occasions we have 4 declared)...
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The history of the Puritans, or Protestant non-conformists: with ..., Volume 5

Daniel Neal - Great Britain - 1817
...conscience to be published. f In the preamble to which his majesty does not scruple to say, " That he cannot but heartily wish (as it will easily be believed) that all his subjects were members of the catholic church, yet it is his opinion, that conscience ought not...
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Memoirs of Mr. William Veitch, and George Brysson

William Veitch, George Brysson, James Wallace, James Ure, Thomas M'Crie - Bothwell Bridge, Battle of, Scotland, 1679 - 1825 - 540 pages
...places purposely hired or built for that use." — " We cannot but heartily wish," (says his Majesty) " as it will easily be believed, that all the people of our dominions were members of the Catholic He lying at the Black Greyhound, near the Minster of York, a little before the time that the messenger...
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Memoirs of mr. William Veitch and George Brysson, written by themselves ...

William Veitch, George Bryson - 1825
...places purposely hired or built for that use." — " We cannot but heartily wish," (says his Majesty) " as it will easily be believed, that all the people of our dominions were members of the Catholic He lying at the Black Greyhound, near the Minster of York, a little before the time that the messenger...
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The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, from the ..., Volume 4

Robert Wodrow, Robert Burns - Scotland - 1836
...to the crown : which being the two things men value most, shall ever be preserved In these kingdoms, during our reign over them, as the truest methods...and our glory. We cannot but heartily wish, as it «lili easily be believed, that all the people of our do- I minioni were members of the Catbolicchurnb,...
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The history of the Puritans, or Protestant nonconformists: from ..., Volume 3

Daniel Neal - 1837
...conscience to be published-}-. In the preamble, to which his majesty does not scruple to say, " that he cannot but heartily wish (as it will easily be believed) that all his subjects were members of the Catholic church, yet it is his opinion, that conscience ought not...
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Documentary Annals of the Reformed Church of England: Being a ..., Volume 2

Edward Cardwell - 1844
...the crown. Which being the two things 15 men value most, shall ever be preserved in these kingdoms, during our reign over them, as the truest methods...their peace and our glory. We cannot but heartily King James the Second] The first open rupture between king James II. and the established clergy was...
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An inquiry into the evidence relating to the charges brought by Lord ...

John Paget - History - 1858 - 138 pages
...the Crown — which being the two things men value most, shall ever be preserved in these Kingdoms, during our reign over them, as the truest methods...all the people of our dominions were members of the Catholick Church ; yet we humbly thank Almighty God it is, and hath of long time been, our constant...
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An inquiry into the evidence relating to the charges brought by lord ...

John Paget - 1858
...the Crown — which being the two things men value most, shall ever be preserved in these Kingdoms, during our reign over them, as the truest methods of their peace and 124 THE KING'S DECLARATION our glory. We cannot but heartily wish, as it will easily be believed, that...
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The new 'examen' or An inquiry into the evidence relating to certain ...

John Paget - 1861 - 400 pages
...the Crown — which being the two things men value most, shall ever be preserved in these Kingdoms, during our reign over them, as the truest methods...all the people of our dominions were members of the Catholick Church ; yet we humbly thank Almighty God it is, and hath of long time been our constant...
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