Annals of King's Chapel from the Puritan Age of New England to the Present Day, Volume 2

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Little, Brown, 1896 - Congregationalism
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Page xi - Holy Scripture containeth all things necessary to salvation: so that whatsoever is not read therein, nor may be proved thereby, is not to be required of any man, that it should be believed as an Article of the Faith, or be thought requisite or necessary
Page 267 - us by parliament It was known that neither the king, nor the ministry, nor archbishops, could appoint bishops in America without an act of parliament; and if parliament could tax us, they could establish the church of England here, with all its creeds, articles, tests, ceremonies, and tythes, and prohibit all other churches, as conventicles and schism-shops.
Page 471 - of those who were younger than myself; more than one generation has passed away,— and there the figures in the picture have remained unchanged ! I look at them till I sometimes think that they are the realities, and we but shadows
Page 78 - Who builds a church to God and not to Fame, Will never mark the Marble with his Name.
Page 497 - may the LORD bless you and keep you, the LORD lift up the light of his countenance upon you, and give you peace, now and evermore.
Page 219 - some weak and wicked minds have endeavoured to infuse with regard to the colonies, had their birth in the blackness of darkness, and it is great pity they had not remained there for ever. The true interests of Great Britain and her plantations are mutual; and what God in his providence has united, let no man dare attempt to pull asunder. 1
Page 288 - day of April, 1689, committed their prisoner, the deputy of the Stuart king, to the fort in Boston which he had built to overawe them. Another eighty-six years passed, and Massachusetts had been betrayed to her enemies by her most eminent and trusted citizen, Thomas Hutchinson, when at Lexington and Concord, on the
Page 264 - in which they speak of themselves — " as those who esteem it our honour to call the Church of England, from whence we rise, our dear mother
Page 548 - bless you and keep you, the Lord lift up the light of his countenance upon you and give you peace, now and evermore
Page 471 - in sight of that picture for now nearly threescore years. During that time my companions have dropt off, one after another, — all who were my seniors, all who were my contemporaries, and many

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