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" In this age a word cannot be said in praise of Laud, or even in compassion for his fate, without incurring a charge of bigotry ; but fearless of such imputation, I concur with Hume, ' that it is sufficient for his vindication to observe that his errors... "
Wordsworth's Knowledge of History - Page 42
by Mary Elizabeth Norton - 1912 - 124 pages
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The History of England, from the Invasion of Julius Csar to the ..., Volume 7

David Hume - Great Britain - 1807
...to be regarded as a general imputation on the whole age, than any particular failing of Laud's'; and it is sufficient for his vindication to observe, that his errors were the mott excusable of all those which prevailed during thatzealous period CHAP. LVIII. Montroses victories...
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The History of England: From the Invasion of Julius Csar, to the ..., Volume 6

David Hume - Great Britain - 1810
...to be regarded as a general imputation on the whole age, than any particular failing of Laud's ; and it is sufficient for his vindication to observe, that...those which prevailed during that zealous period. CHAP. LVIII. Montrose's victories — *The new model of the army — ttattk of Naseby — Surrender...
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The history of England, from the invasion of Julius Csar to the revolution ...

David Hume - 1812
...to be regarded as a general imputation on the whole age, than any particular failing of Laud's; and it is sufficient for his vindication to observe, that...excusable of all those which prevailed during that ^ealous period. CHAP. LVIIL Mont rose's Victories.—The new Model of the Army.— Battle of Naseby....
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The History of England from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the ..., Volume 8

David Hume - Great Britain - 1819
...than any particular failing of Laud's ; and it is sufficient for his vindication to observe, that big errors were the most excusable of all those which prevailed during that zealous period. NOTES. 1 Rushwortb* vol. vi. p. 560 g Ruthworth, vol. vi. p. 559. 3 Kushworth, vol. vi. p. 556, 574,...
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A Reply to the Review of Dr. Wyatt's Sermon and Mr. Sparks's Letters on the ...

George Weller - 1821 - 168 pages
...Church, to which, at her own altars, they had solemnly vowed to adhere. When the Church again obtained errors were the most excusable of all those which prevailed during^ that zealous period." Hame, vol. vi. p. 80. Again. " That Laud's severity was not extreme appears lrom the fact that he caused...
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The History of England: From the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the ..., Volume 8

David Hume, Tobias George Smollett, William Jones - Great Britain - 1828
...to be regarded as a general imputation on the whole age, than any particular failing of Laud's ; and it is sufficient for his vindication to observe, that...those which prevailed, during that zealous period. CHAP. LVIII. Montrose's Victories... .The new Model of the Army.. ..Battle of Naseby... .Surrender...
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The Works of Samuel Parr, ...: With Memoirs of His Life and Writings, and a ...

Samuel Parr, John Johnstone - 1828
...to be regarded as a general imputation on the whole age, than any particular failing of Laud's ; and it is sufficient for his vindication to observe, that...those which prevailed during that zealous period." — Hume, vol. vn. p. 42. — To imitate his faults were indeed a reproach to the present age, when...
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The Works of Samuel Parr ...: With Memoirs of His Life and ..., Volume 3

Samuel Parr, John Johnstone - Theology - 1828
...to be regarded as a general imputation on the whole age, than any particular failing of Laud's ; and it is sufficient for his vindication to observe, that...excusable of all those which prevailed during that zealous period."—Hume, vol. vn. p. 42.—To imitate his faults were indeed a reproach to the present age,...
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Quarterly Review, Volume 37, Issue 73

1828 - 590 pages
...faction destroyed his life. In vindication of Laud, it would be sufficient to observe, with Hume, ' that his errors were the most excusable of all those which prevailed during that zealous period ;' and with Mr. Nichols,* that ' Laud exercised the powers which the constitution then vested in him...
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THE QUARTERLY REVIEW

JOHN MURRAY - 1828
...faction destroyed his life. In vindication of Laud, it would be sufficient to observe, with Hume, ' that his errors were the most excusable of all those which prevailed during that zealous period ;' and with Mr. Nichols,* that 'Laud exercised the poweis which the constitution then vested in him...
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