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" Is it not strange that the descendants of those Pilgrim Fathers who crossed the Atlantic to preserve the freedom of their opinion have always proved themselves intolerant of the spiritual liberty of others? "
Stratford Hall and the Lees Connected with Its History: Biographical ... - Page 273
1912 - 324 pages
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Personal Reminiscences, Anecdotes, and Letters of Gen. Robert E. Lee

John William Jones - Generals - 1875 - 509 pages
...following is the close of a long letter dated "Fort Brown, Texas, December 27, 1856 : " " I hope you all had a joyous Christmas at Arlington, and that it may be long and often repeated. I thought of you, and wished to be with you. Mine was gratefully but silently passed. I endeavored to find some presents...
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The Life and Campaigns of General Lee

Edward Lee Childe - Generals - 1875 - 336 pages
...interference with our neighbour; still I fear he will persevere in his evil course. " . . . . Is it not strange that the descendants of those Pilgrim Fathers who crossed the Atlantic to preserve their own freedom of opinion, have always proved themselves most intolerant of the spiritual liberty...
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The Life and Campaigns of General Lee

Edward Lee Childe - Generals - 1875 - 336 pages
...interference with our neighbour ; still I fear he will persevere in his evil course. " . . . . Is it not strange that the descendants of those Pilgrim Fathers who crossed the Atlantic to preserve their own freedom of opinion, have always proved themselves most intolerant of the spiritual liberty...
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Memoirs of Robert E. Lee: His Military and Personal History, Embracing a ...

Armistead Lindsay Long, Marcus Joseph Wright - Generals - 1886 - 707 pages
...interference with our neighbor, — still, I fear he will persevere in his evil course. " . . . . Is it not strange that the descendants of those Pilgrim Fathers who crossed the Atlantic to preserve their own freedom have always proved the most intolerant of the spiritual liberty of others?" The political...
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General Lee

Fitzhugh Lee - Generals - 1894 - 433 pages
...holds good for every kind of interference with our neighbors when we disapprove their conduct. Is it not strange that the descendants of those Pilgrim...thought of you all and wished to be with you. Mine was gratetully but silently passed. I endeavored to find some little presents for the children in the garrison...
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General Lee

Fitzhugh Lee - Generals - 1894 - 433 pages
...holds good for every kind of interference with our neighbors when we disapprove their conduct. Is it not strange that the descendants of those Pilgrim...liberty of others ? I hope you had a joyous Christmas at Arling' ton, and that it may be long and often repeated. I thought of you all and wished to be with...
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The American Magazine, Volume 41

1896
...holds good for every kind of interference with our neighbors when we disapprove their conduct. Is it not strange that the descendants of those Pilgrim Fathers who crossed the Atlantic to preserve the my feelings are strongly interested in behalf of freedom of their opinion have always proved X X -...
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Life and Letters of Robert Edward Lee: Soldier and Man

John William Jones - Generals - 1906 - 486 pages
...hold good for every kind of interference with our neighbors when we disapprove their conduct. Is it not strange that the descendants of those Pilgrim...you had a joyous Christmas at Arlington, and that :t may be long and often repeated. I thought of you all and wished to be with you. Mine was gratefully...
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General Lee: His Campaigns in Virginia, 1861-1865

Walter Herron Taylor - United States - 1906 - 314 pages
...of interference with our neighbor,—still, I fear he will persevere in his evil course. . . . Is it not strange that the descendants of those Pilgrim Fathers who crossed the Atlantic'to preserve their own freedom have always proved the most intolerant of the spiritual liberty...
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Tell it in Gath

Joseph A. Osgoode - Puritans - 1918 - 215 pages
...of interference with his neighbor—still, I fear, he will persevere in his evil course. ... Is it not strange that the descendants of those Pilgrim Fathers who crossed the Atlantic to preserve their own freedom have always proved the most intolerant of the spiritual liberty of others?" On the...
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