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" Gentlemen, the first thing I recommended to you at our last meeting was to provide for a ministry, and nothing is yet done. You are all big with the privileges of Englishmen and Magna Charta, which is your right, and the same law provides for the religion... "
The Correspondence of John Henry Hobart... - Page 83
by John Henry Hobart - 1912
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

1829
...meeting, was to provide for a ministry, and nothing is done in it. There are none of you, but what are big with the privileges of Englishmen and Magna Charta, which is your right ; and the same law doth provide for the religion of the church of England, against sabbath-breaking and all other profanity...
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A Familiar Conversational History of the Evangelical Churches of New-York

1839 - 222 pages
...meeting, was to provide for a ministry, and nothing is done in it. There are none of you but what are big with the privileges of Englishmen and Magna Charta, which is your right; and the same law doth provide for the religion of the Church of England, against Sabbath-breaking• and all other profanity;...
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Religion and Education in America: With Notices of the State and Prospects ...

John Dunmore Lang - 1840 - 474 pages
...as if they had had none before — " and nothing is done in it. There are none of you but what are big with the privileges of Englishmen and Magna Charta, which is your right, and the same law doth provide for the religion of the Church of England, against Sabbath breaking, and all other profanity."...
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ..., Volumes 4-5

New-York Historical Society - 1829
...meeting, was to provide for a ministry, and nothing is done in it. There are none of you, but what are big with the privileges of Englishmen and Magna Charta, which is your right ; and the same law doth provide for the religion of the church of England, against sabbath-breaking and all other profanity...
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Centennial Discourses: A Series of Sermons Delivered in the Year 1876

Reformed Church in America. General Synod - 1877 - 601 pages
...meeting was to provide for a ministry, and nothing is done in it. There are none of you but what are big with the privileges of Englishmen and Magna Charta, which is your right ; and the same law doth provide for the religion of the Church of England, against Sabbath breaking and all other profanity....
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The Memorial History of the City of New-York: De Costa, B.F. Explorations of ...

James Grant Wilson - 1892
...done. You are all big with the privileges of Englishmen and Magna Charta, which is your right, but the same law provides for the religion of the Church...take hold of it at the next meeting and do something towards it effectually." The next Assembly, which met in September, 1693, was better disposed, and...
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HISTORY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK

MRS. MARTHA J. LAMB - 1896
...regard to what he had said on a former occasion angered him, and he remarked with much asperity: " Gentlemen, the first thing I recommended to you at...it at the next meeting and do something toward it effectually." The two factions which had derived their existence from the Eevolution would not agree...
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History of the City of New York: Its Origin, Rise and Progress

Martha Joanna Lamb, Mrs. Burton Harrison - 1896 - 920 pages
...for a ministry, and nothing is yet done. You are all big with the privileges of Englishmen and Magua Charta, which is your right, and the same law provides...it at the next meeting and do something toward it effectually." fUtTCMSSS DIFFICULTIES. cile feuds, he found neither adversary inclined to be content...
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State of New York: Messages from the Governors, Volume 1

New York (State). Governor - 1909
...for a ministry; and nothing done in it.1 There are none of you but what are big with the privilege of Englishmen and Magna Charta, which is your right ; and the same law doth provide for the religion of the Church of England, against Sabbath breaking, swearing and all...
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Archives of the General Convention, Volume 4

1912
...measures for the formation of a parish. When the Assembly came together again in the spring of 1 693 , it was ordered on April 1 , " that the Committee formerly...it at the next meeting and do something toward it effectually.' " [Lamb's History of the City of New York, vol. i, p. 406.] At the session commenced...
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