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" Is it not amazing that, at a time when the rights of humanity are defined and understood with precision, in a country above all others fond of liberty, that, in such an age, and... "
Memoirs of the Life of Anthony Benezet - Page 66
by Roberts Vaux, Anthony Benezet - 1817 - 156 pages
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The Balance, and Columbian Repository, Volume 2

1803
...fond of Liberty — that in fuch an age an 1 fuch a country, we find men proftffirga religion the moft humane, mild, gentle and generous, adopting a principle as repugnant to humanity, as it is inconfifteni with the B hie, and deftrucrive to Liberty." " Every thinking, honeft man rejects it in...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volume 1

Samuel Cooper Thacher, David Phineas Adams, William Emerson - 1804
...fond of liberty ; that in fuch an age and fuch a country, we find men profefling a religion the moft humane, mild, gentle and generous, adopting a principle as repugnant to humanity, as it is inconfillent with the bible, and deftruftive to liberty. Every thinking, honeft man rejefts it in fpeculation....
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The Christian Disciple, Volume 6

1818
...understood with precision, 5n a country above all others fond of liberty,—that in such an age and' such a country, ,we find men, professing a religion...to liberty ? Every thinking, honest man rejects it in specu« Hanover, Jan. 18, 1773. « PEAR SIR, lation. How few in practice from conscientious motives...
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The Christian Disciple and Theological Review, Volume 6

1818
...liberty, — that in such an age and such a country, we find men, professing a re* ligion the iuost humane, mild, gentle and generous, adopting a principle as repugnant to humanity, as it is inconsistent iwth the Bible and destructive to liberty ? Every thinking, honest man rtjetts it in speculation. How...
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An American Biographical and Historical Dictionary: Containing an Account of ...

William Allen - 1832 - 800 pages
...understood with precision, in a country above all others fond of liberty; that in such an age and such » country we find men, professing a religion, the most...inconsistent with the bible, and destructive to liberty? — Would any one believe, that I am master of slaves of my own purchase? I am drawn along by the general...
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An American Biographical and Historical Dictionary: Containing an Account of ...

William Allen - 1832 - 800 pages
...in such an age and such a country we find men, professing a religion, the most humane, mild, gent/e, and generous, adopting a principle, as repugnant to...inconsistent with the bible, and destructive to liberty? — Would any one believe, that I am master of slaves of my own purchase? I am drawn along by the general...
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The Abolitionist

1833
...that in such an age and such a country we find men professing a religion the most humane, mild, meek, gentle and generous, adopting a principle as repugnant...to liberty ? Every thinking honest man rejects it in speculation, how few in practice, from conscientious motives. The world in general has denied your...
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The Abolitionist, Volume 1

1833
...that in such an age and such a country we find men professing a religion the most humane, mild, meek, gentle and generous, adopting a principle as repugnant...to liberty ? Every thinking honest man rejects it in speculation, how few in practice, from conscientious motives. The world in general has denied your...
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Friends' Miscellany, Volume 7

John Comly, Isaac Comly - 1835
...in such an age, and such a country, we find men professing a religion the most humane, mild, meek, gentle and generous, adopting a principle as repugnant...destructive to liberty. Every thinking honest man rejects it in speculation, but how few in practice from conscientious motives ! The world in general has denied...
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Friends' Miscellany, Volume 7

John Comly, Isaac Comly - 1835
...in such an age, and such a country, we find men professing a religion the most humane, mild, meek, gentle and generous, adopting a principle as repugnant...destructive to liberty. Every thinking honest man rejects it in speculation, but how few in practice from conscientious motives! The world in general has denied...
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