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Seite 220 - And do you reproach me with my education in this place, and with my relation to this most respectable body, which I shall always esteem my greatest advantage and my highest honour?
Seite 188 - Come off, ye bishops, away with your superfluities, yield up your thousands ; be content with hundreds, as they be in other Reformed churches, where be as great learned men as you are. Let your portion be priestlike, and not princelike ; let the queen have the rest of your temporalities and other lands, to maintain these...
Seite 219 - I spent many years in that illustrious society, in a well-regulated course of useful discipline and studies, and in the agreeable and improving commerce of gentlemen and of scholars ; in a society where emulation without envy, ambition without jealousy, contention without animosity, incited industry, and awakened genius; where a liberal pursuit of knowledge, and a genuine freedom of thought, was raised, encouraged, and pushed forward by example, by commendation, and by authority.
Seite 24 - Thou shalt arise, and have mercy upon Sion ; for it is time that thou have mercy upon her ; yea, the time is come. 14 And why? thy servants think upon her stones, and it pitieth them to see her in the dust.
Seite 191 - It is well it was from a stranger. Had it been any of our subjects, we should have questioned the matter.
Seite 200 - Laud, look to thyself ; be assured thy life is sought. As thou art the fountain of all wickedness, repent thee of thy monstrous sins, before thou be taken out of the world, &c.
Seite 191 - I meant no harm : nor did I think it would offend your Majesty when I intended it for a New-year's gift.
Seite 220 - ... raised, encouraged, and pushed forward by example, by commendation, and by authority. I breathed the same atmosphere that the Hookers, the Chillingworths, and the Lockes had breathed before; whose benevolence and humanity were as extensive as their vast genius and...