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" great royal office, and cunningly to overthrow that most sacred ordinance, which God himself hath established : and so is treasonable against God, as well as against the king." " For subjects to bear arms against their kings, offensive or defensive, upon... "
The Works of John Locke - Page 241
by John Locke - 1823
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A memoir of Gabriel Goodman, with some account of Ruthin school, also of ...

Richard Newcome - 1825
...Office, and cunningly to overthrow the most sacred Ordinance, which God Himself hath established r And so is treasonable against God, as well as against the King. And although Tribute, and Custom, and Aid, and Subsidy, and all manner of necessary support and supply,...
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The Christian duty of granting the claims of the Roman Catholics ..., Volume 1

Thomas Arnold - 1829
...independent coactive power, either papal or popular, (whether directly or indirectly,) is to undermine their great royal office, and cunningly to overthrow that...treasonable against God, as well as against the king," From Canon III. For the suppressing of the growth of Popery. " But if neither conferring nor censures...
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Historical Memorials Relating to the Independents, Or ..., Volume 2

Benjamin Hanbury - Congregationalism - 1841
...by express texts both of the Old and New Testaments... For Subjects to hear Arms against their King, offensive or defensive, upon any pretence whatsoever,...which are ordained of God : and though they do not invade, but only resist, St. Paul tells them plainly, ' They shall receive to themselves damnation.'"...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, Volume 42

1842
...independent coactive power, either papal or popular, (whether directly or indirectly) is to undermine their great royal office, and cunningly to overthrow that...treasonable against God as well as against the king." for King, Lords, and Commons passed the Act of 13 Car. II. cap. 12, in which, lest the revival of ordinary...
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The Anglican Church: The Creature and Slave of the State Being a Refutation ...

Peter Cooper - Church and state - 1844 - 244 pages
...[coordinate] power, either Papal or popular (whether directly or indirectly), is to undermine their great royal office, and cunningly to overthrow that...treasonable against God as well as against the king." " And if any parson, vicar, curate, preacher, or any other ecclesiastical person whatsoever, any dean,...
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The Anglican Church the creature and slave of the State

P. Cooper, Peter Cooper - 1844
...either Papal or popular (whether directly or indirectly), is to undermine their great royal ofiice, and cunningly to overthrow that most sacred ordinance...treasonable against God as well as against the king." " And if any parson, vicar, curate, preacher, or any other ecclesiastical person whatsoever, any dean,...
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Annals of Cambridge, Volume 3

Charles Henry Cooper - Cambridge (England) - 1845
...indirectly,) is to undermine their great royal office, and " cunningly to overthrow that most Bacred ordinance which God himself hath established ; " and...or defensive, upon any pretence " whatsoever, is at least to resist the powers which are ordained of God; and though they do " not invade, but only resist,...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Thomas Arnold...

Thomas Arnold - English essays - 1845 - 519 pages
...independent coactive power, either papal or popular, (whether directly or indirectly,) is to undermine their great royal office, and cunningly to overthrow that...treasonable against God, as well as against the king." FROM CANON III. FOR THE SUPPRESSING or THE GROWTH OF POPERY. " But if neither conferring nor censures...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Thomas Arnold: Collected and Republished

Thomas Arnold - Anglican Communion - 1845 - 519 pages
...independent coactive power, either papal or popular, (whether directly or indirectly,) is to undermine their great royal office, and cunningly to overthrow that...treasonable against God, as well as against the king." FROM CANON III. FOR THE SUPPRESSING OF THE GROWTH OF POPERY. " But if neither conferring nor censures...
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English Nonconformity, Page 59

Robert Vaughan - Christianity - 1862 - 486 pages
...by express texts both of the Old and New ' Testaments. For subjects to bear arms against the king, offensive ' or defensive, upon any pretence whatsoever, is at the least to resist ' the powers that are ordained of God; and though they do not in' vade, but only resist, St. Paul tells them plainly,...
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