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|HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE PROGRESS OF THE REFORMATION IN THE |
REIGN OF KING HENRY VIII. ... ill conduct in the matter of Rritagne, and his
jealousy of the house, of York, made him so generally odious to his people, that
his death was little lamented. ... in which he grew not only to be eminent for a
prince, but he might really have past for a learned man had his quality been
never so mean.
|Fox's "Book of Martyrs" has been made the basis of this volume. ... In doing this, |
we have commenced with the martyrdom of Stephen, and following the course of
events, have brought the History of ... by those very men who are contributing of
their substance to diffuse and foster the most intolerant system of bigotry, and
|... Or, The Sufferers Mirrour, Made Up of the Swanlike Songs, and Other Choice |
Passages of a Great Number of Martyrs ... Man's Righteousness;" -Therefore
ostentimes have] spoken of those Works, exhorting all Men not so to cleave to
|Being a Complete History of the Lives, Sufferings, and Deaths of the Christian |
Martyrs; from the Commencement of Christianity to the Present Period. ... Great
violences, outrageous distresses, and woful havock and spoil, have been made
upon people's goods and estates, by a ... They were now become extremely
numerous in many parts of the country, and the settlement of Pennsylva nia
taking place ...
|Drayton believed slavery was wrong and Martyr to Freedom addresses why he |
inevitably came to believe that he and other abolitionists were right, especially ...
For one moment, Drayton made everyone, especially those in political power,
stand silent. ... Did they have the ambition to change the course of American
|Some complaints were made of the priests' manner of officiating, who did it with |
such a tone of voice that the people could ... very decent in the confession of sins,
nor in the litany, where a simple voice, gravely uttered, agreed better with those ...
be but one communion in a day, unless in great churches, and at high festivals, in
which they were allowed to have two, one in the morning, and another at noon.
|Similar to the reporting of independence struggles in other parts of the world, it |
was “the people” who made history. ... none of the martyrs was actually killed in
Beqata itself, the location between Chamoun and Jumblatt loyalists has symbolic
|That a Minister in Holland made lately a very just observation concerning one of |
Origen's □ you could not softer in a man, ... more Saints there will be in Heaven,
the more '* enemies your party, and the more intercessors the " Church will have
there. I wished only that men, *' who made St. Paul fay, that the children os the "
faithful are hoi), or Saints from their mother's ... who not only were " faithful, but
also Martyrs ; to him, who having •* himself in his most tender youth suffered
|(The time for martyrs has really passed, largely. I mean --) That's what you think. It |
never has, gentlemen. Never has. ... of the history of the Church perhaps, is that
you do not take seriously the necessity that death and life have to be created in
their meaning, but ... Every death of one martyr made a thousand communicants.