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" But there will be no true freedom without virtue, no true science without religion, no true industry without the fear of God, and love to your fellow citizens. "Workers of England, be wise, and then you must be free, for you will be fit to be free. "
Christian Socialism in England - Page 10
by Arthur V. Woodworth - 1903 - 208 pages
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Charles Kingsley: His Letters and Memoires of His Life, Volume 1

Charles Kingsley - Authors, English - 1877 - 496 pages
...science without religion, no true industry without the fear of God, and love to your fellow-citizens. " Workers of England, be wise, and then you must be...for you will be fit to be free. "A WORKING PARSON." On the evening of the I2th, Archdeacon Hare, Mr. Maurice, and this little group of friends assembled...
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Charles Kingsley: His Letters and Memoirs of His Life, Volume 1

Charles Kingsley - Clergy - 1877 - 502 pages
...science without religion, no true industry without the fear of God, and love to your fellow-citizens.' " Workers of England, be wise, and then you must be free, for you will be_/?/ to be free. " A WORKING PARSON." On the evening of the i2th, Archdeacon Hare, Mr. Maurice, and...
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Charles Kingsley: His Letters and Memories of His Life

Charles Kingsley - Authors, English - 1880
...science without religion, no true industry without the fear of God, and love to your fellow-citizens. " Workers of England, be wise, and then you must be free, for you will \>zfit to be free. "A WORKING PARSON." On the 15th, he returned to Eversleymuch exhausted. He preached...
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Teachers and preachers of recent times. By the ed. of the 'Treasury of ...

Robert Cochrane (miscellaneous writer.) - 1881
...science without religion, no true industry without the fear of God and love to your fellow-citizens. Workers of England, be wise, and then you must be free, for you will be Jit to be free.' Although his own tastes and feelings were aristocratic, his sympathy with and knowledge...
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Anecdotes on Bible texts. The epistle of Paul the apostle to the Romans

J L. Nye - 1882
...science without religion, no true industry without the fear of God and love to your fellow-citizens. Workers of England, be wise, and then you must be free, for you will be fit to be free." vi. 19.— I speak after the manner of men, because of the infirmity of your flesh. LORD BACON AND...
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Cassell's library of English literature, selected, ed. and ..., Volume 2

Cassell, ltd - 1883
...science without religion, no true industry without the fear of God, and love to your fellow-citizens. Workers of England, be wise, and then you must be free, for you will beßt to be free." From that time Maurice and Kingsley, Archdeacon Hare, and many other zealous, earnest...
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Political Science Quarterly, Volume 1

Political science - 1886
...science without religion, no true industry without the fear of God, and love to your fellow-citizens. Workers of England, be wise, and then you must be free, for you will be// to be free.1 This, and much more in stirring language, was signed " A Working Parson " and produced...
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The Fruit of the Spirit and Other Sermons from a Greylock Pulpit

Alford Brown Penniman - Sermons, American - 1898
...has had a gigantic increase since the pastor of Eversley uttered the stimulating words ; " Workmen of England! Be wise and then you must be free, for you will be fit to be free." This is applicable to all. Are the rich proud? So are poor. Are the poor envious ? So are rich. Tyranny...
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Men and Movements in the English Church

Arthur Rogers - 1898 - 374 pages
...which was to be posted up in the streets of London during the riots of April, 1848. He concludes — "Workers of England, be wise, and then you must be free, for you will be Jit to be free." The address was signed, "A Working Parson." [319] Under the name of "Parson Lot,"...
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Charles Kingsley: His Letters and Memories of His Life, Volume 1

Charles Kingsley - 1899
...science without religion, no true industry without the fear of God, and love to your fellow-citizens. " Workers of England, be wise, and then you must be free, for you will be_/f/ to be free. "A WORKING PARSON." On the I Jth, he returned to Eversley much exhausted. He preached...
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