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" Here all my prejudices are against the Americans ; for I am a High-churchman, the son of a High - churchman, bred up from my childhood in the highest notions of passive obedience and non-resistance... "
History of Methodism in Tennessee - Page 208
by John Berry McFerrin - 1888
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The Methodist Quarterly Review

Theology - 1866
...after receiving the news of Lexington and Concord : I am a High-Churchman, the son of a High-Churchman, bred up from my childhood in the highest notions of...my long-rooted prejudices, I cannot avoid thinking these, an oppressed people, asked for nothing more than their legal rights, and that in the most modest...
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The Wesley banner and revival record [afterw.] The Wesley banner [afterw ...

Samuel Dunn
...or in the wrong ? Here all my prejudices are against the Americans, for I am a High Churchman, the son of a High Churchman, bred up from my childhood in the highest notions of pasnire obedience and non-resistance ; and yet, in spite of all my long-rooted prejudices, I cannot...
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The Historical Magazine, and Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities ...

History - 1863
...Americans ; for I am a High Churchman, tlie son of a High Churchman, bred up from my childhood in tin- highest notions of passive obedience and non-resistance; and yet, in spite of nil my long-rooted prejudices, I cannot avoid thinking, if I think at all, these, an oppressed people,...
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History of the United States: From the Discovery of the American ..., Volume 7

George Bancroft - United States - 1864
...wrote severally to Dartmouth and to Lord North : u I am a high-churchman, the son of a high-churchman, bred up from my childhood in the highest notions of...my long-rooted prejudices, I cannot avoid thinking these, an oppressed people, asked for nothing more than their legal rights, and that in the most modest...
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History of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States of ..., Volume 1

Abel Stevens - Methodist Church - 1864
...Dartmouth, severally, an emphatic letter. " I am," he said, " a High-Churchman, the son of a High-Churchman, bred up from my childhood in the highest notions of...my long-rooted prejudices, I cannot avoid thinking these, an oppressed people, asked for nothing more than their legal rights, and that in the most modest...
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Life and Times of Benjamin Franklin, Volume 1

James Parton - United States - 1864
...highest notions of passive ohetlience and non-resistance: and yet, in spite of ali my long-rooteii prejudices, I cannot avoid thinking, if I think at...oppressed people, asked for nothing more than their U-gal rights, and that in the roost modest and inoffensive manner that the nature of the thing would...
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the centenary of american methodism

abel stevens - 1866
...Dartmouth, severally, an emphatic letter. " I am," he said, " a High-Churchman, the son of a High-Churchman, bred up from my childhood in the highest notions of...my long-rooted prejudices, I cannot avoid thinking these, an oppressed people, asked for nothing more than their legal rights, and that in the most modest...
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The Centenary of American Methodism: A Sketch of Its History, Theology ...

Abel Stevens, John McClintock - Methodism - 1866 - 287 pages
...Dartmouth, severally, an emphatic letter. " I am," he said, " a High-Churchman, the son of a High-Churchman, bred up from my childhood in the highest notions of...my long-rooted prejudices, I cannot avoid thinking these, an oppressed people, asked for nothing more than their legal rights, and that in the most modest...
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Methodist Review, Volume 48

1866
...after receiving the news of Lexington and Concord : I am a High-Churchman, the sou of a High-Churchman, bred up from my childhood in the highest notions of...my long-rooted prejudices, I cannot avoid thinking these, an oppressed people, asked for nothing more than their legal rights, and that in the most modest...
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HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES FROM THE DISCOVERY OF THE AMERICAN CONTINENT

GEORGE BANCROFT - 1875
...wrote severally to Dartmouth and to Lord North : " I am a high-churchman, the son of a high-churchman, bred up from my childhood in the highest notions of...my long-rooted prejudices, I cannot avoid thinking these, an oppressed people, asked for nothing more than their legal rights, and that in the most modest...
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