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" The one, that consciences are not to be forced, but to be won and reduced by the force of truth, with the aid of time and the use of all good means of instruction and persuasion. "
Illinois Studies in Language and Literature - Página 166
1919
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The History of the Puritans, Or Protestant Non-conformists: With ..., Volumen1

Daniel Neal - 1816
...perc suasion. " The other, that causes of conscience, when they exceed ' their bounds, and grow to be matter of faction, lose their ' nature ; and that sovereign princes ought distinctly to pu' nish their practices and contempt, though colored with ' the pretence of conscience and religion....
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The History of the Puritans, Or Protestant Non-conformists: With ..., Volumen1

Daniel Neal - 1816
...per* suasion. " The other, that causes of conscience, when they exceed ' their bounds, and grow to be matter of faction, lose their ' nature ; and that sovereign princes ought distinctly to pu' nish their practices and contempt, though colored with e the pretence of conscience and religion....
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Works political

Francis Bacon - 1819
...or persuasion : the other, That causes of conscience when they exceed their bounds, and prove to be matter of faction, lose their nature ; and that sovereign...princes ought distinctly to punish the practice or contempt, though coloured with the pretences of conscience and religion. According to these two principles,...
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The works of Francis Bacon, Volumen3

Francis Bacon (visct. St. Albans.) - 1819
...persuasion : the other, / That causes of conscience when they exceed their bounds, and prove to be matter of faction, lose their nature ; and that sovereign...princes ought distinctly to punish the practice or contempt, though coloured with the pretences of conscience and religion. According to these two principles,...
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The Gospel Advocate, Volumen2

1822
...instruction and persuasion. The other, that causes of conscience when Ihey exceed their bounds and grow to be matter of faction, lose their nature, and that sovereign princes ought distinctly to punish their practices, and contempt, though coloured with the pretence of conscience and religion." He then...
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The History of the Puritans, Or Protestant Nonconformist ; from the ...

Daniel Neal - 1822
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The History of the Puritans: Or, Protestant Nonconformists, from the ...

Daniel Neal - 1822
...and persuasion. " The other, that causes of conscience, when they exceed their bounds, and grow to be matter of faction, lose their nature ; and that sovereign princes ought distinctly to punish their practices and contempt, though coloured with the pretence of conscience and religion. " According...
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The Works of Francis Bacon: Lord Chancellor of England, Volumen5

Francis Bacon - 1826
...or persuasion : the other, That causes of conscience when they exceed their bounds, and prove to be matter of faction, lose their nature ; and that sovereign...princes ought distinctly to punish the practice or contempt, though coloured with the pretences of conscience and religion. According to these two principles,...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal

1825
...instruction and persuasion." 2. " That causes of conscience when they exceed their bounds, and prove to be matter of faction, lose their nature, and that sovereign...princes ought distinctly to punish the practice or attempt, though coloured with the pretences of conscience and religion." * ' — ' The Church of England...
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The Monthly Review, Volumen108

1825
...instruction and persuasion." 2. " That causes of conscience when they exceed their bounds, and prove to be matter of faction, lose their nature, and that sovereign...princes ought distinctly to punish the practice or attempt, though coloured with the pretences of conscience and religion." * '— ' The Church of England...
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