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I do not know this is real or just story. But I appreciate for this writer who give enligment for the modern reader. This book have been wrote at 1848 but we who live in 21 century could read this book.Bravo!.
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Page 107 - For one believeth that he may eat all things: another, who is weak, eateth herbs. Let not him that eateth despise him that eateth not; and let not him which eateth not judge him that eateth: for God hath received him.
Page 83 - Why do the heathen rage, and the people imagine a vain thing ? The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the Lord, and against His Anointed, saying, Let us break their bands asunder, and cast away their cords from us.
Page 128 - ... 2nd, That it be, nevertheless, dissembled, so as not to transpire until the day when it shall be appointed to break forth. 3rd, That this secret hate be combined with great activity in endeavouring to detach the faithful from every government inimical to us, and employ them, when they shall form a detached body, to strike deadly blows at heresy.
Page 206 - The rights, honours, privileges, and authority of the Holy Roman Church, of our Lord the Pope, and his aforesaid successors, I will endeavour to preserve, defend, increase and advance.
Page 127 - Our business is to contrive : " 1st. That the Catholics be imbued with hatred for the heretics, whoever they may be, and that this hatred shall constantly increase, and bind them closely to each other.
Page liv - The general of the Jesuits insists on being master, sovereign, over the sovereign. Wherever the Jesuits are admitted they will be masters, cost what it may. Their society is by nature dictatorial, and therefore it is the irreconcilable enemy of all constituted authority. Every act, every crime, however atrocious, is a meritorious work, if committed for the interest of the Society of the Jesuits, or by the order of its general."— Memorial of the Captivity of Napoleon at St.
Page 136 - Impious as they are ! did they not stigmatize as false the religion of their fathers ? a religion which counted more than fifteen centuries. In other words, they declare all their ancestors damned, and believe that they alone are saved." Permit me, reverend fathers, to give you a summary of the maxims which I have laid down for my own guidance. I say to the Catholics who live in mixed countries : — " Nothing can be more monstrous than the injustice...
Page 18 - ... all, if set to work on the clumsier parts of the Jesuitical edifice. Not only did the disobedient novice examine the secrets of his own conscience, but he also apparently, in all tranquillity, took a peep at another set of volumes, which contained the confessions of strangers, and wherein he found a collection of notes upon persons of every class, of every age, rich men, bachelors, &c. Here again were circumstantial details — propensities, fortune, family, relations, vices and virtues, together...
Page 263 - Roan neat, 2s. 6d. ; morocco, 3s. 6d. May You Like It : a Series of Tales and Sketches. By the Rev. CHARLES B. TAYLER, Author of " Records of a Good Man's Life.
Page 138 - Great are the hopes 1 build on the energies of our Ireland. I regard her as our champion. Let us only be careful to anoint her effectually with our oil, so that in wrestling with her tyrant she may always slip from his grasp. In how many folds may she not entangle the British she-wolf, if she will but listen to our counsels ! Rising slowly from the tomb, under the breath of resurrection which...