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" ... that it is blood-guiltiness, and against the rule of the gospel, to execute judgment upon transgressors, against the private or public weal. "
The Ecclesiastical History of New England: Comprising Not Only Religious ... - Page 179
by Joseph Barlow Felt - 1862
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pt. I. From 1620 to 1641.- v. 2, pt. II-IV. From 1641 to 1692

Francis Baylies - Massachusetts - 1830
...you with this my impartial testimony, and answer to a paper sent you the other day from my brother,* that it is blood-guiltiness, and against the rule...transgressors, against the private or public weal. That ever I should speak, or write a tittle that tends to such an infinite liberty of conscience, is...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1832
...this my impartial testimony, and answer to a paper sent you the other day from my. brother, Tkat it is blood-guiltiness, and against the rule of the...transgressors, against the private or public weal. That ever I should speak or write a tittle that tends to such an infinite liberty of conscience, is...
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Memoir of Roger Williams: the founder of the state of Rhode-Island

James Davis Knowles - Rhode Island - 1834 - 437 pages
...restraints. A person, about this time, sent a paper to the town of Providence, affirming " that it was blood-guiltiness, and against the rule of the Gospel,...transgressors against the private or public weal." This principle struck at the foundation of all civil society. There were, as we may easily suppose,...
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The Christian Examiner, Volume 16

Unitarianism - 1834
...escaped from all law, there was one, who sent a paper to the town of Providence, affirming that " it was blood-guiltiness, and against the rule of the gospel...transgressors against the private or public weal." In other words, that no offender against the peace of the commonwealth, or the rights of individuals...
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The Library of American Biography

Jared Sparks - United States - 1845
...seditious tract against the authority of civil government, and maintaining that it was " contrary to the rule of the gospel to execute judgment upon transgressors against the private or public weal." This doctrine, springing up so naturally beneath the unrestricted freedom of opinion, which was then...
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The history of the United States of America, Volume 1

Richard Hildreth - United States - 1849
...charters, magistrates, prisons, punishments, rates, yea, against all kings and princes," and " that it was blood-guiltiness and against the rule of the Gospel to execute judgment upon transgressors." To this doctrine of non-resistance and no government, not altogether without its advocates even at...
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THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FROM THE DISCOVERY OF THE ...

RICHARD HILDRETH - 1849
...charters, magistrates, prisons, punishments, rates, yea, against all kings and princes," and " that it was blood-guiltiness and against the rule of the Gospel to execute judgment upon transgressors." To this doctrine of non-resistance and no government, not altogether without its advocates even at...
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Life of Roger Williams: the founder of the state of Rhode Island

William Gammell - Rhode Island - 1854 - 221 pages
...seditious tract against the authority of civil government, and maintaining that it was " contrary to the rule of the gospel to execute judgment upon transgressors against the private or public weal." This doctrine, springing up so naturally .beneath the unrestricted freedom of opinion, which was then...
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1636-1700

Samuel Greene Arnold - Rhode Island - 1859
...people were implicated.3 A paper was sent to the town asserting the dangerous doctrine " that it was blood-guiltiness, and against the rule of the gospel,...transgressors against the private or public weal." This dogma was subversive of all civil society. If allowed it would pervert one of the two distinctive...
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History of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations: 1636-1700 ...

Samuel Greene Arnold - Rhode Island - 1859
...people were implicated.3 A paper was sent to the town asserting the dangerous doctrine " that it was blood-guiltiness, and against the rule of the gospel,...transgressors against the private or public weal." This dogma was subversive of all civil society. If allowed it would pervert one of the two distinctive...
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