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Page 230 - Thomas Jefferson. By John T. Morse, Jr. Daniel Webster. By Henry Cabot Lodge. Albert Gallatin. By John Austin Stevens. James Madison. By Sydney Howard Gay. John Adams. By John T. Morse, Jr.
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Page 44 - Whereas, there is a cursed sect of heretics lately risen up in the world, which are commonly called Quakers, who take upon them to be immediately sent of God, and infallibly assisted by the Spirit...
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Page 24 - Since God hath assumed to himself the power and dominion of the conscience, who alone can rightly instruct and govern it ; therefore it is not lawful for any whatsoever, by virtue of any authority or principality they bear in the government of this world to force the consciences of others...
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Page 204 - Once more to the general court assembled in Boston, speaks Mary Dyer, even as before. My life is not accepted, neither availeth me, in comparison of the lives and liberty of the Truth, and servants of the living God, for which in the bowels of love and meekness I sought you : yet, nevertheless, with wicked hands have you put two of them to death, which makes me to feel, that the mercies of the wicked arc cruelty. I rather choose to die than to live, as from you, as guilty of their innocent blood...
Page 16 - ... a declaration of the fountain, and not the fountain itself, therefore they are not to be esteemed the principal ground of all truth and knowledge, nor yet the adequate, primary rule, of faith and manners.