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" I not think that in fuch a cauie.as this (wherein the doctrine of our church, the dignity of that holy order to which I belong, and even the common intereft of Chriilianity itfelf, are fo nearly concerned) it becomes me not to be altogether filent. "
Of Harmony and Numbers, in Latin and English Prose, and in English Poetry ... - Page 77
by Edward Manwaring - 1744 - 53 pages
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The History of the Reign of Queen Anne, Digested Into Annals: Year the First ...

Great Britain - 1710
...for * My Self, did 1 not think that infucba Caufe, as This, ' ( wherein the Do&'inc of Our Cburcb, the Dignity of ' That holy Order, to which I belong, and even the Com' * Inter eft of CbrfjUavity it felf are fo nearly Coocern'd ) ' it becomes Me not to be altogether...
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A Collection of the Most Remarkable and Interesting Trials ..., Volume 2

Trials - 1776
...by faying.any thing for myfclf, did I not think that in fuch a cauie.as this (wherein the doctrine of our church, the dignity of that holy order to which I belong, and even the common intereft of Chriilianity itfelf, are fo nearly concerned) it becomes me not to be altogether filent....
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Memories of Westminster Hall

Courts - 1874
...trouble by saying anything for myself, did I not think that in such a cause as this {wherein the doctrine of our church, the dignity of that holy order to which I belong, and even the common interest of Christianity itself, are so nearly concerned) it becomes me not to be altogether silent....
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