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" ... might unanimously concur in some proper method for the greater strengthening the protestant interest, of which, as the church of England is unquestionably the main support and bulwark, so will she reap the principal benefit of every advantage accruing... "
The History of England - Page 172
by Rapin de Thoyras (M., Paul) - 1763
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The Historical Register: Containing an Impartial Relation of All ..., Volume 2

1718
...as the Church of En$l.vnd is unq ueftiona-- '* bly the main Support and Bulwark, fo will inereap < the principal Benefit of every Advantage accruing...Proteftants. * As none can recommend themfelves more effe£h> * ally to my Favour and Countenance, than by a linc cere Zeal for the juft Rights of the Crown,...
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Historical Register

1718
...which, as the Church of EnyLind u unqueftionac bly the main Support and Bulwark, fo will Ihereap £ the principal Benefit of every Advantage accruing ' by the Union and mutual Charity of all Proreftants. * As none can recommend themfelves more efFeftu* ally to my Favour and Countenance, than...
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The History and Proceedings of the House of Commons: From the ..., Volume 6

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1742
...all thofe who are Friends to our pre' fent happy Eftablifhment, might unanimoufly concur in ' feme proper Method for the greater ftrengthening the '...the Church of England ' is unqueftionably the main Support and Bulwark, fo will ' (he reap the principal Benefit of every Advantage accruing ' by the...
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The Continuation of Mr. Rapin's History of England: From the ..., Volume 7

Nicholas Tindal - 1763
...weaken it, both at home and « abroad, all thofe, who are friends to our prefent happy * eftablifhment, might unanimoufly concur in fome proper * method for...benefit of every advantage accruing by the union and mu' tual charity of all Proteftants. ' As none can recommend themfelves more effectually to ' my favour...
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The History of England: From the Revolution in 1688 to the Death of George ...

Tobias Smollett - 1800
...he exprelled IIhis delire that all thole who were friends to the pre- 17i7. fent happy eftablifhment might unanimoufly concur in fome proper method for...Proteftant intereft, of which, as the Church of England was unqueftionably the main fupport and bulwark, fo would fhe reap the principal benelit of every advantage...
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The Parliamentary History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Year ...

William Cobbett - 1811
...Interest : of which, as the Church of England is unquestionably the main support and bulwark, so will she reap the principal benefit of every advantage accruing by the union and mutual charity of all Protestants. -' As none can recommend themselves more effectually to my favour and countenance, than...
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Congregational History, Volume 3

John Waddington - 1876
...interest, of which as the Church of England is unquestionably the main support and bulwark, so will she reap the principal benefit of every advantage accruing by the union and mutual charity of all Protestants." The Lords, without debate, voted an address as the echo to the speech. The High party...
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Congregational History, 1700-1800: In Relation to Contemporaneous ..., Volume 2

John Waddington - 1876 - 720 pages
...interest, of which as the Church of England is unquestionably the main support and bulwark, so will she reap the principal benefit of every advantage accruing by the union and mutual charity of all Protestants.'' The Lords, without debate, voted an address as the e'cho to the speech. The High party...
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The Laws Relating to Religious Liberty and Public Worship

John Jenkins - 1880 - 212 pages
...of England is unquestionably the main support and bulwark, so will she reap the principal benefits of every advantage accruing by the union and mutual charity of all Protestants. As none can recommend themselves more effectually to my favour than by a sincere zeal...
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The Laws Concerning Religious Worship: Also Mortmain and Charitable Uses

John Jenkins - 1885 - 194 pages
...interest, of which, as the Church of England is unquestionably the main support and bulwark, so will she reap the principal benefit of every advantage accruing by the union and mutual charity of all Protestants." On the 18th of February, 1719, the King gave his royal assent to the Act for strengthening...
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