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" That state that will give liberty of conscience in matters of religion must give liberty of conscience and conversation in their moral laws, or else the fiddle will be out of tune, and some of the strings crack. "
The Worcester Magazine and Historical Journal - Page 304
1826
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A Reply to the Review of Dr. Wyatt's Sermon and Mr. Sparks's Letters on the ...

George Weller - 1821 - 168 pages
...the state, is to build a sconce against the walls of Heaven to batter God out of his chair. — That state that will give LIBERTY OF CONSCIENCE in matters...conversation in their moral laws ; or else the fiddle will be out of tune, and some of the strings will crack." In 1640, a few Episcopalians, who had settled...
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Topographical and Historical Sketches of the Town of Lancaster, in the ...

Joseph Willard - 1826 - 90 pages
...the eighteenth century. t Toleration was considered a high crime, both by the clergy and laity, in the seventeenth century. Our early writers discover...conscience and conversation in their moral laws, or else tlie fiddle u-ill be out of tune, and some of the strings rracfc." « It is likewise said that men...
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The Worcester Magazine and Historical Journal: Containing ..., Volume 1

1826
...the eighteenth century. t Toleration was considered a high crime, both by the clergy and laity, in the seventeenth century. Our early writers discover...liberty of conscience in matters of religion, must give 7'berty of conscience and conversation in their moral laws, or else the fiddle trill be out of tune,...
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The Simple Cobler of Aggawam in America

Nathaniel Ward - 1843 - 96 pages
...and sins in it, as all the false Religions and Opinions it tolerates, and one sound one more. That State that will give Liberty of Conscience in matters...give Liberty of Conscience and Conversation in their Morall Laws, or else the Fiddle will be out of tune, and some of the strings cracke. He that will rather...
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Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin ..., Volume 3

Peter Force - 1844
...and Sins in it, as all the false Religions and Opinions it tolerates, and one sound one more. That State that will give Liberty of Conscience in matters...Conversation in their Moral Laws, or else the Fiddle will be out of Tune, and some of the strings crack. He that will rather make an irreligious quarel...
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Brownson's quarterly review

1845
...and sins in it, as all the false Religions and Opinions it tolerates, and one sound one more. " That State that will give Liberty of Conscience, in matters...give Liberty of Conscience and Conversation in their Murall Laws, or else the Fiddle will be out of tune, and some of the strings cracke. " He that will...
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Brownson's Quarterly Review, Volume 2

Orestes Augustus Brownson - 1845
...sins in it, as all the false Religions and Opinions it tolerates, and one sound one more. " That Stale that will give Liberty of Conscience in matters of...give Liberty of Conscience and Conversation in their Miirall Laws, or else the Fiddle will be out of tune, and some of the strings cracke. " He that will...
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Original memoranda,etc

Robert Southey - 1850
...live within the pale of truth, where they may be quiet, than in the purlieus." — Ibid. p. 7. "THAT state that will give liberty of conscience in matters...conversation in their moral laws ; or else the fiddle will be nut of tune, and some of the strings crack." — Ibid. p. 8. WE live in expectance " of that...
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Lives of the Governors of New Plymouth, and Massachusetts Bay: From the ...

Jacob Bailey Moore - 1851 - 439 pages
...subject, otherwise than in terms of bitterness. Ward, in "The Simple Cobler of Agawam," says—" That state that will give Liberty of Conscience in matters...Conversation in their Moral Laws, or else the Fiddle will be out of Tune, and some of the strings crack. * * * It is said, That Men ought to have Liberty...
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Southey's common-place book. Ed. by J.W. Warter, Volume 4

Robert Southey - 1851
...live within the pale of truth, where they may be quiet, than in the purlieus." — Ibid. p. 7. "THAT state that will give liberty of conscience in matters...and conversation in their moral laws ; or else the ûddle will be out of tune, and some of the strings crack." — Ibid. p. 8. We live in expectance "...
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