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Corporation Chronicles: Being Some Account of the Ancient Corporations of ... - Page 126
by Austin Leland Browne - 1904 - 199 pages
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History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1793
...fpecifying and ordaining the following words of their former oath, ift Win. and Mary, ch. 8. " I declare that it is not lawful, upon any pretence whatever, to take arms againft the King," &c. &c. fhould not from thenceforth be required or enjoined. It was not fo much...
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State Trials for High Treason: Containing the Trial of Thomas Hardy : to ...

Thomas Hardy, Thomas Holcroft, Student of the Inner Temple - Great Britain - 1794 - 270 pages
...nation, and that the following words are not a part of the oath of allegiance : to wit, ' I declare that it is not lawful, upon any pretence whatever, to take arms ajainft the John Ea'warJs was fworn, and a hand-hill produced to him. He was afked if he had ever feen...
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A Dissent from the Church of England Fully Justified: And Proved to be the ...

Micaiah Towgood - Dissenters, Religious - 1804 - 319 pages
...Adt, of Uniformity, (fays Mr. Locke) all the ' clergy ol England are obliged to fubicribe ami declare, That ' it is not lawful upon any pretence whatever to take arms ' againft the king. This they readily complied with. t For,. ' you muft know that fort of men are taught...
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The parliamentary history of England, from the earliest period to the year ...

William Cobbett, John Wright, Thomas Curson Hansard, Great Britain. Parliament, Scotland. Parliament - Great Britain - 1817
...specifying and ordaining the following words of their former oath, 1st Wm. and Mary, ch. 8, " I declare that it is not lawful, upon any pretence whatever to take arms against the king," &c. should not from thenceforth be required or enjoined. It was not so much to relieve the conscience...
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A Theological Dictionary, Volume 2

Charles Buck - Theology - 1807
...all dissenting ministers, ton the penalty of forty pounds, who would not take an oath (that it was not lawful, upon any pretence whatever, to take arms against the king, &c.) were prohibited from coming within five miles of any city, town corporate, or borough, or any...
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A theological dictionary, Volume 2

Charles Buck - Theology - 1810
...which all dissenting ministers, on the penalty of forty pounds, who would not take an oath (that it was not lawful, upon any pretence whatever, to take arms against the king, Sec.) were prohibited from coming within 5 miles of any city, town corporate, or borough, or any place...
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A dissent from the Church of England, fully justified: being the dissenting ...

Micaiah Towgood, John White - 1811
...of Uniformity, (cays Mr. Locke) all the clef. " gy of England urc obliged to subscribe and declare, That it " is not lawful upon any pretence whatever to take arms against " the king. This they readily complied with.t For, you must " know that sort of men are taught rather to obey than...
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The Orthodox journal and Catholic monthly intelligencer [ed. by W.E. Andrews].

William Eusebius Andrews
...oaths. The oath of allegiance at that time required to be taken contained these words: viz. that it it not lawful, upon any pretence whatever, to take arms against the king, and that I do abhor that trai/trovs position of taking armi, by hit authority againit his ferson, or against...
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Evangelical biography

Erasmus Middleton - 1816
...oam required of the nonconformists. It was to this purpose : That they should swear, ' that it was not lawful, upon any pretence whatever, to take arms against the king ; and that they abhorred the traitorous position of taking arms, by his authority, against his person, or...
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Volume 27

Alexander Chalmers - Biography - 1816
...take or subscribe the oath and declaration there required, in which it was declared, that " it was not lawful, upon any pretence whatever, to take arms against the king;" an obedience so absolute, that he thought it not due to any earthly power, th >ugh he had never engaged,...
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