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" State as free speech; and without this it is a. scorn and mockery to call it a Parliament House, for in truth it is none but a very school of flattery and dissimulation, and so a fit place to serve the devil and his angels in, and not to glorify God and... "
The Parliamentary Or Constitutional History of England;: Being a Faithful ... - Page 186
1751
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History of England, Volume 4

Parliamentary - 1763
...Parliament Houfe, for in Truth it is ' none, but a yery c)iool of Flattery and Diffi* mulation j and fo a fit Place to ferve the Devil * and his Angels in, and not to glorify God and * benefit the Common- wealth. ' Now to the Impediments thereof, which, by * God's Grace and my little Experience,...
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LECTURES ON MODERN HISTORY

WILLIAM SMYTH - 1841
...in truth, it is none, but a very school of flattery and dissimulation, and so a fit place to serve the devil and his angels in, and not to glorify God and to benefit the commonwealth." And again: " So that to avoid everlasting death, and condemnation with...
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Memoirs of the House of Commons : from the Convention Parliament ..., Volume 1

William Charles Townsend - 1844
...for in truth it is none, but a very school of flattery and dissimulation, and so a fit place to serve the devil and his angels in, and not to glorify God and to benefit the commonwealth." The House, out of a reverend regard to her majesty's honour, stopped...
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The History of the Early Puritans: From the Reformation to the Opening of ...

John Buxton Marsden - Church and state - 1853 - 460 pages
...for in truth it is none, but a very school of flattery and dissimulation, and so a fit place to serve the devil and his angels in, and not to glorify God, and benefit the commonwealth." And with a still more hazardous boldness, asserting the supremacy of the law above the sovereign himself,...
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The Puritans: or, The church, court, and Parliament of England, during the ...

Samuel Hopkins - Great Britain - 1860
...very school of Flattery and Dissimulation ; and so, a fit place to serve the Devil and his angels in ; not, to glorify God and benefit the Commonwealth. " Now to the impediments of this freeness. By God's grace and my little experience, I will utter them plainly and faithfully...
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Eight Years in Congress, from 1857 to 1865: Memoir and Speeches

United States - 1865 - 442 pages
...for in truth it is none, but a very school of flattery and dissimulation, and so a fit place to serve the devil and his angels in, and not to glorify God and benefit the Commonwealth." The House it seems, out of a reverent regard to her Majesty's honor, stopped him before he had fully...
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PARLIAMENTERY REMEMBRANCER

TOU;MIN SMITH - 1881
...in truth it is none, but a very school of flattery and dissimulation ; and so a fit place to serve the devil and his angels in, and not to glorify God and benefit the commonwealth." Holyhead Roads Bill. Select Committee hereon, nominated. (See before, p. 68.) Landed Property Improvement,...
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History of the Presbyterians in England: their rise, decline and revival

Alexander Hutton Drysdale - Great Britain - 1889 - 644 pages
...for in truth it is none, but a very school of flattery and dissimulation, and so a fit place to serve the devil and his angels in, and not to glorify God and benefit the Commonwealth." And rising into a statesmanlike view of the situation, he thus enunciates the first principle of a...
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Orations from Homer to William McKinley, Volume 4

Mayo Williamson Hazeltine - Speeches, addresses, etc - 1902
...for in truth it ia none but a very school of flattery and dissimulation, and so a fit place to serve the devil and his angels in, and not to glorify God...little experience I will utter plainly and faithfully. 1 will use the words of Elcha " Behold, I am as the new wine which has no vent, and bursteth the...
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Masterpieces of eloquence: famous orations of great world leaders ..., Volume 4

Mayo Williamson Hazeltine - Speeches, addresses, etc - 1905 - 11114 pages
...for in truth it is none but a very school of flattery and dissimulation, and so a fit place to serve the devil and his angels in, and not to glorify God...experience I will utter plainly and faithfully. I will use the words of Elcha " Behold, I am as the new wine which has no vent, and bursteth the new vessels...
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