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etiemjr of the most holy liberty cotiM ever he mtit to the aid T » f freedocir ? As the strife grew hofc between Mhg-s ufl ^ hobles / he threw MmBdlf botWefen lire ^ ttetju ^ M ^ ottifeataKt ^ and ^ maintained ' . tw ^^ Eilanft ^ ruptarev- ' tiiitil in th&wMf * cfcmM&&Ax&tet w&vvioY iirose
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ttate'Rohte * i '>^ r tratus , who arraynd ag « feftfeti » eacljP othei' the factions of Athens ? Rome ^ nd Athens pass from ? *© ivil war into slavery *—new Europe ''trdvela on to- frecfdcwM * Why waii Efar ^ pe jmare fotftiinate ? Beca « ike her ^ afleeiin ff phantom effected ,
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Saracens a millibn of his heroic sons , but with them he has drawn away the steadiest snpports of his seat in Europe * The Noble dreams of new pretensions and of the conquest of fresh crowns * and brings biurk a more ob < s-
- ^" / ¦?; ¦ ' - ' ^ ¦«• Enfield , ¦ Si r , - Sept . 29 , 1825 . IT has , r belieVe , been maintained by many , that our retigfous innovators ^ when they drew up the Thirtynine Articles of the sect established 1
by laW , purposelyworded them in so arriliigueus a inannet as to admit of mficlx diversity of sentiment in its inenabei'S , and especially in its clergy . In a similar manner , notwithstanding
that a prince of the Mood royal , his Royal Highness the Duke of York , hei £ apparent to the throne of the United Kingdom , and that many who thlte ^ their interest to be involved in
thfttga ^ they are , or who are of so timid ^ temper of mind as to dread all idea of change lest such results may ensue as are not anticipated—notwithstanding the alarms and fears of these and their Consequent misinterpretation , may we not justly conclude
that our political innovators too , when they ^ drew up the form of the coronation oath , contemplated and looked forward to ? the possibility of * some change being hereafter wished for ; and that they therefore made use of su 6 h forms of expression as would
admit changes being introduced without any violation of the oath which they were about to impose on that one for whom it was first intended , and on all future sovereigns of these realms on ascending * the British throne ? Could they , while tkey aimed to satisfy all parties of their
own day , have left a more convenient loop-hole for change , than is formed in the expressions quoted by his Royal Highness for the directly contrary purpose ? How run the words cited by the Duke of York ? ( P . 434 . ) " I will , to the utmost of my power , maintain—
dtertt h 6 * Tt to the feet of his ruler . r m 4 plt ) ti 6 Pil ^ ri av se ^ ks , at the holy 8 e \ ftif ^ & ; the p atdon of sias and the j&f&w f idtfd ^ sei WQ& t <* fcte alone is tdtm &knfc $ t th&k ^ w £ s promised . Be fl ^ WH&j ^ m kliH aod in Asia , and ¦ l >^ jB ^ AW ^ tatt ;* # ^ lfi ^ that portion of
" ' F « ' ' I ' ¦ tKfe Iflbb ^ tiHe si ^ as- ttf HBerty baek to his * Eurdfiean lirkttteh—^ n ac quisition of infint ^ y fiirlfe j ^ itopbrtance than the 4 l ^ s 6 f Jeru ^ lem or the nails fittftithWcMft of Che Saviour . ; o ! € OMAR YATES .
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Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Oct. 2, 1825, page 581, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2541/page/5/