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" To all this the prince answered, that no man was more for toleration in principle than he was : he thought the conscience was only subject to God : and as far as a general toleration, even of papists, would content the king, he would concur in it heartily... "
Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: With the Suppressed Passages of the ... - Pàgina 133
per Gilbert Burnet - 1823
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Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of ...

Chetham's Library - 1859 - 542 pàgines
...protestant religion to give them up .... To all (Penn's promises in the name of the king) the prince replied that no man was more for toleration in principle than...as such a real security, and indeed the only one, that he would join in no counsels with those that intended to repeal those laws that enacted them....
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The popular history of England, Volum 4

Charles Knight - 1858
...'only to the devil." J Penn went over to Holland to sound the prince of Orange. William told him " that no man was more for toleration in principle than...was of another religion, that he would join in no councils with those that intended to repeal those laws that enacted them." § Penn undertook to promise...
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A Catalogue of the Collection of Tracts for and Against Popery: (published ...

Chetham's Library - 1859
...protestant religion to give them up .... To all (Penn's promises in the name of the king) the prince replied that no man was more for toleration in principle than...as such a real security, and indeed the only one, that he would join in no counsels with those that intended to repeal those laws that enacted them....
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A Catalogue of the Collection of Tracts for and Against Popery ..., Volum 64

Chetham's Library - 1859
...protestant religion to give them up .... To all (Penn's promises in the name of the king) the prince replied that no man was more for toleration in principle than...thought the conscience was only subject to God ; and aa far as a general toleration even of papists would content the king, he would concur in it heartily....
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Charles Knight's school history of England, abridged from the ..., Volum 1

Charles Knight - 1865
...was sure to be outed. " Penn went over to Holland to sound the prince of Orange. William told him " that no man was more for toleration in principle than...was of another religion, that he would join in no councils with those that intended to repeal those laws that enacted them."* James at last resolved...
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The Crown History of England: Being Our Country's History from the Earliest ...

Charles Knight - 1870 - 928 pàgines
...was sure to be outed." Penn went over to Holland to sound the prince of Orange. William told him " that no man was more for toleration in principle than...was of another religion, that he would join in no councils with those that intended to repeal those laws that enacted tUem."* James at last resolved...
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The Crown History of England: Being Our Country's History from the Earliest ...

Charles Knight - 1870 - 928 pàgines
...was sure to be outed." Penn went over to Holland to sound the prince of Orange. William told him ' ' that no man was more for toleration in principle than...the conscience was only subject to God ; and as far os a general toleration, even of Papists, would content the king, he would concur in it heartily. But...
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A Glimpse of the Great Secret Society

Louis-René de Caradeuc de La Chalotais, Charles Newdigate Newdegate - 1872 - 254 pàgines
...concealed Papist. It is certain, he was much with Father Peter, and was particularly trusted by the Earl of Sunderland. So, though he did not pretend...conscience was only subject to God ; and as far as general toleration, even of Papists, would content the King, he would concur in it heartily. But he...
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The Popular History of England, Volums 3-4

Charles Knight - 1880
...no ' only to the devil." f Penn went over to Holland to sound the prince of Orange. William told him "that no man was more for toleration in principle than he was; he thought th': conscience was only subject to God ; and as far as a general "..deration, even of papists, would...
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The Popular History of England, Volums 3-4

Charles Knight - 1880
...Orange. William told him "that no man was more for toleration in principle than he was; he thought tho conscience was only subject to God ; and as far as a general 'jleration, even of papists, would content the king, he would concur in it heartily. But he looked...
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