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" Secondly, That it is not lawful to call a wicked person to swear, to pray, as being actions of God's worship. '"Thirdly, That it is not lawful to hear any of the ministers of the parish assemblies in England. ' " Fourthly, That the civil magistrate's... "
A Manual of American Literature - Página 15
por Theodore Stanton - 1909 - 493 páginas
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The Constitutional History and Government of the United States

Judson Stuart Landon - 1889 - 389 páginas
...fact, that one of the charges against him was, that he maintained " that the civil Magistrates' power extends only to the Bodies and Goods, and outward State of men." It may be, as Cotton says, that this, though charged, was not one of the reasons for Williams' banishment...
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Hearings Before the Committee on Territories in Regard to the Admission of ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Territories - 1889 - 215 páginas
...that he believed that the lands of Indians should not be taken without purchase, and that he believed that the power of the civil magistrate extends only to the bodies, goods, and outward state of men, and not to their souls and consciences. And he gravely tells you that...
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A History of American Literature .., Volume 1

Moses Coit Tyler - 1890
...Finally, he held another doctrine — at that time and in that place sadly eccentric and disgusting — that the power of the civil magistrate " extends only...these four crimes, particularly mentioned by Governor Hayncs in pronouncing sentence upon him, Massachusetts deemed it unsafe to permit such a nefarious...
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The Pilgrims, Puritans and Roger Williams Vindicated: And His Sentence of ...

Titus Mooney Merriman - 1892 - 312 páginas
...one which contained the Head and front of his offending — that — "The Civil Magistrate's power extends only to the Bodies and Goods, and outward state of men — that the Magistrate ought not to punish the breach of the First Table, except when the Civil Peace,...
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State and Church in 1492 and in 1892

Augustus Hopkins Strong - 1892 - 45 páginas
...separation of Church and State ; or, to use his own words, his holding that " the civil magistrate's power extends only to the bodies and goods and outward state of men." This is the reason why he was warned off from Plymouth, after he had unwittingly taken refuge within...
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The Inland Educator: A Journal for the Progressive Teacher, Volumes 1-2

1895
...it was not lawful to require a wicked person to swear or pray, which were both forms of worship: and that the power of the civil magistrate extends only to the bodies, goods and outward state of men. and not to their souls and consciences." 8. "The Navigation Act. the...
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The Beginners of a Nation: A History of the Source and Rise of the Earliest ...

Edward Eggleston - 1896 - 377 páginas
...lawfulness of hearing the parish ministers in England. 4. The doctrine " that the Civill Magistrates' power extends only to the Bodies and Goods and outward State of men." Against the evidence of Williams, Winthrop, and the 22 CHAP. II. Note 12, page 292. Centrifugal Forces...
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New England's Struggles for Religious Liberty

David Barnes Ford - 1896 - 275 páginas
...Williams, proclaimed in Salem the " newe and dangerous opinion '' that " the civill magistrates' power extends only to the Bodies and Goods and outward State of men," having no right to meddle with one's religion or with matters of conscience, such a doctrine as this,...
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A Summer Visit of Three Rhode Islanders to the Massachusetts Bay in 1651: An ...

Henry Melville King - 1896 - 115 páginas
...Williams himself in 1644, occurs the following specification : " That the civil magistrate's power extends only to the bodies and goods and outward state of men." Governor Haynes was still living, and the most of the others also who had had a hand in the banishment...
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Puritanism in the Old World and in the New, from Its Inception in the Reign ...

J. Gregory - 1896 - 406 páginas
...any of the Ministers of the Parish Assemblies in England. Fourthly, That the Civil Magistrates' power extends only to the bodies and goods and outward state of men, etc. I acknowledge the particulars were rightly summed up." It is evident at a glance that it is only...
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