3 edition of Collonel James Hays speech to the Parlament upon the debate concerning toleration found in the catalog.
Collonel James Hays speech to the Parlament upon the debate concerning toleration
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Collonel James Hays speech to the Parlament upon the debate concerning toleration.: As it was taken by Anonimus a Member of the House, and sent to the press with this epigram on the author. [dagger] Flix fifa suis clebrata Catonibus eheu.
clodius in miseros furit, & Catalina Britannos. Collonel James Hays speech to the Parlament upon the debate concerning toleration. As it was taken by Anonimus a Member of the House, and sent to the press with this epigram on the author.
[dagger] Fælix fifa suis cælebrata Catonibus eheu. clodius in miseros furit, & Catalina Britannos. 42 Owen’s discourse On Toleration is an exception to a general rule. Speakers in the Nayler debates knew the difference between ‘liberty of conscience’ (or ‘liberty to tender consciences’), which in principle they normally approved, and toleration, of which they by: Collonel James Hays speech to the Parlament upon the debate concerning toleration.
As it was taken by Anonimus a Member of the House, and sent to the press with this epigram on the author. [dagger] Fælix fifa suis cælebrata Catonibus eheu.
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