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" We are come to testify our sorrow for the death of our good friend Charles, and our joy for thy being made our governor. We are told thou art not of the persuasion of the Church of England, no more than we ; therefore we hope thou wilt grant us the same... "
A New History of England, from the Time that the Phoenicians First Landed in ... - Página 1749
por William Blennerhassett - 1751 - 2358 páginas
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Macphail's Edinburgh ecclesiastical journal and literary review

1856
...friend Charles, and our joy for thy being made our governor. We are told thou art not of the persuasion of the Church of England, no more than we ; therefore we hope thou wilt grant us the same liberty which thou allowest thyself, which doing, we wish thee all manner...
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Friends' Quarterly Examiner, Volumen16

1882
...from the " Quakers' honest address " to James II. : — " We are told thou art not of the persuasion of the Church of England, no more than we, therefore we hope thou wilt grant us the same liberty that thou allowest thyself, which doing we wish thee all manner...
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The Quakers: an international history

John Cunningham - 1868
...friend Charles, and our joy for thy being made our governor. We are told thou art not of the persuasion of the Church of England, no more than we, therefore we hope thou wilt grant us the same liberty which thou allowest thyself." Neal quotes Sewel and Eachard as...
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Ecclesiastical History of England: The Church of the Restoration, Volumen2

John Stoughton - 1870
...presented by the Quakers to him on his accession : " We are told that thou are not of the persuasion of the Church of England, no more than we ; therefore we hope thou wilt grant us the same liberty which thou allowest thyself ; which doing, we wish thee all manner...
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Lancashire: Its Puritanism and Nonconformity

Robert Halley - 1872 - 568 páginas
...Charles, and our joy for thy being made our governor. We are told that thon art not of the persuasion of the Church of England no more than we, therefore we hope thou wilt grant us the same liberty as thou allowest to thyself, which doing, we wish thee all manner...
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The church of the Restoration

John Stoughton - 1881
...presented by the Quakers to him on his accession : " We are told that thou art not of the persuasion of the Church of England, no more than we ; therefore we hope thou wilt grant us the same liberty which thou allowest thyself; which doing, we wish thee all manner...
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Bristol Past and Present: Civil and modern history [by Nicholls

James Fawckner Nicholls, John Taylor - 1882
...Charles, and our joy for thou being made our governor. We are told that thou art not of the persuasion of the Church of England, no more than we ; therefore we hope thou wilt grant n§ the same licence which thou allowed thyself. Which so doing we wish thee all manner...
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