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" ... very different opinions. But the mere fact that such opinions have been propounded and maintained by persons so eminent and so much respected, as well as by very many others, appears to us sufficiently to prove that the liberty which was left by the... "
The Law Magazine and Law Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of Jurisprudence - Page 22
1861
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 92

Edmund Burke - History - 1851
...adorned the Church from the time when the Articles were first established. The mere fact that such opinions have been propounded and maintained by persons...the members and ministers of the Church of England. All the other members of the Judicial Committee who were present, except his Honour the Vice-Chancellor...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 114

Edmund Burke - History - 1873
...(Judgment of Privy Council, Gorham Case.) " Citations from established authors may be of use to show that ' the liberty which was left by the Articles...the members and ministers of the Church of England.' (Judgment of Privy Council, Gorham Case.) But, to say the least, very few of the quotations in the...
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Reports of New Cases, Decided in the Chancery, Common ..., Volume 1, Parts 1-2

Henry William Cripps - Ecclesiastical law - 1849 - 288 pages
...worthy of great respect have held and published very different opinions. But the mere fact that such opinions have been propounded and maintained by persons...members and ministers of the Church of England. The case not requiring it, we have abstained from expressing any opinion of our own upon the theological...
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The Church of England quarterly review

1850
...held and published very different opinions. But the mere fact that such opinions have been pronounced and maintained by persons so eminent and so much respected,...the members and ministers of the Church of England," It would be superfluous, and might appear like arrogance or impertinence in us, to pass an eulogium...
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The Catholic magazine and register [formerly The Weekly register].

1850
...different opinions. But the mere fact that such opinions have been propounded by persons so eminent, as well as by very many others, appears to us sufficiently...by the Articles and formularies has been actually exercised by the members and ministers of the Church of England. The case not requiring it, we have...
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Notes of Cases in the Ecclesiastical & Maritime Courts: Easter Term 1841 to ...

Great Britain. Courts, Thomas Thornton - Ecclesiastical law - 1843
...worthy of great respect have held and published very different opinions. But the mere fact that such opinions have been propounded and maintained by persons...by very many others, appears to us sufficiently to VOL. VII. 3 K MARCH 8. prove that the liberty which was left by the Articles and Gorham v Formularies...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History and Politics of ..., Volume 92

History - 1851
...adorned the Church from the time when the Articles were first established. The mere fact that such opinions have been propounded and maintained by persons...liberty which was left by the Articles and Formularies hns been actually enjoyed and exercised by the members and ministers of the Church of England. All...
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Annual Register

History - 1851
...adorned the Church from the time •when the Articles were first established. The mere fact that such opinions have been propounded and maintained by persons...so much respected, as well as by very many others, appeal's to ua sufficiently to prove that the liberty which was left by the Articles and Formularies...
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Logic for the million, a familiar exposition of the art of reasoning [by J.W ...

James William Gilbart - 1854 - 392 pages
...worthy of great respect, have held and published very different opinions. But the mere fact that such opinions have been propounded, and maintained by persons...very many others, appears to us sufficiently to prove tlutt the liberty which was left by the articles and formularies, has been actually enjoyed and exercised...
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The Ecclesiastic [afterw.] The Theologian and ecclesiastic [afterw.] The ...

1856
...propounded and maintained by many persons so eminent and so much respected, as well as by many other*, appears to us sufficiently to prove that the liberty which was left hy the Articles and Formularies have heen actually enjoyed and exercised hy the members and ministers...
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