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" We humbly conceive nothing can more effectually redress these grievances, and protect us from the insults of our adversaries, than an orthodox and loyal Bishop residing with us ; and at this time are awakened to such a thought by the coming over of Dr. "
Annals of Trinity Church, Newport, Rhode Island - Page 42
by George Champlin Mason - 1890
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Historical Notices of the Missions of the Church of England in the North ...

Ernest Hawkins - 1845 - 447 pages
...dissenting teachers; and praying for the protection and guidance of a resident Bishop. "We humbly conceive nothing can more effectually redress these grievances,...awakened to such a thought by the coming over of Dr. Wclton, late of Whitechapel, who has privately received the episcopal character in England, and from...
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HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS RELATING TO THE AMERICAN COLONIAL CHURCH.

WILLIAM STEVENS PERRY - 1873
...men of this their temper, we now make bold to present the Honorable Society with. We humbly conceive nothing can more effectually redress these grievances...are awakened to such a thought by the coming over of Docter Welton, late of White Chapel who has privately received the Episcopal character in England and...
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Annals of King's Chapel from the Puritan Age of New England to the ..., Volume 1

Henry Wilder Foote, John Carroll Perkins, Winslow Warren - Congregationalism - 1900
...upon the home authorities : 1 NEWPORT, ON RHODE ISLAND, 21st July, 1725. "... We humbly conceive nothing can more effectually redress these grievances...Loyal Bishop residing -with us ; and at this time are awaken'd to such a thought by the coming over of Doctor Welton, late of White Chapel, who has privately...
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Annals of King's Chapel from the Puritan age of New England to the ..., Volume 1

Henry Wilder Foote, John Carroll Perkins, Winslow Warren - Congregationalism - 1900
...upon the home authorities : 1 NEWPORT, ON RHODE ISLAND, 2ist July, 1725. "... We humbly conceive nothing can more effectually redress these grievances...Loyal Bishop residing with us ; and at this time are awaken'd to such a thought by the coming over of Doctor Welton, late of White Chapel, who has privately...
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George Berkeley in America

Edwin Gaustad - Biography & Autobiography - 1979 - 240 pages
...conceive," the clergy declared in 1725, that "nothing can more effectually redress these grievance and protect us from the insults of our adversaries than an Orthodox and Loyal Bishop residing with us."22 In 1726, Honeyman explained: "Many are the Arguments that plead for the Necessity of our having...
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