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" And therefore of the sundry alterations proposed unto us, we have rejected all such as were either of dangerous consequence (as secretly striking at some established doctrine or laudable practice of the Church of England, or indeed of the whole Catholic... "
The Theological, Philosophical and Miscellaneous Works of the Rev. William ... - Page 78
by William Jones - 1801
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The Book of common prayer, explained by a paraphrase at the bottom of each page

1779
...rejected all fucK as were either of dangerous confequence (as fecretly Unking at fome eUablifhed Do&rine, or laudable Practice of the Church of England, or indeed of the whole Catholick Church of Chrift) or elfe of no confeq uence ;it all, but utterly frivolous. and vain. But...
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The Theological and Miscellaneous Works of the Rev. William Jones ..., Volume 1

William Jones - Anglican Communion - 1810
...rejected all such as were " either of dangerous consequence (as secretly striking " at some established doctrine, or laudable practice of " the church of...whole " Catholic church of Christ) or else, of no conse" quence at all, but utterly frivolous and vain." It might have been as prudent, therefore, in...
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The Book of Common Prayer: And Administration of the Sacraments, and Other ...

Church of England - Fore-edge painting - 1815 - 406 pages
...rejected all such as were either of dangerous consequence (as secretly striking at some established Doctrine, or laudable Practice of the Church of England, or indeed of the whole Calholick Church of Christ) or else of no consequence at all, hut utterly frivolous and vain. AS But...
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Appendix

Thomas Pruen - Creeds - 1820
...rejected alt such as were either of dangerous consequence, (as secretly striking at some established doctrine, or laudable practice of the Church of England,...consequence at all, but utterly frivolous and vain. But such alterations as were tendered to us (by what persons, under what pretences, or to what purpose...
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The pictorial edition of the Book of common prayer. To which are added ...

Henry Stebbing - 1838 - 711 pages
...rejected all such as were either of dangerous consequence (as secretly striking at some established doctrine, or laudable practice of the Church of England, or indeed of the whole Catholick Church of Christ) or else of no consequence at all, but utterly frivolous and vain. But such...
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The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ..., Volume 16

Theology - 1839
...rejected all such as were either of dangerous consequence, (as secretly striking at some established doctrine or laudable practice of the church of England, or indeed of the whole catholic church,) or else of no consequence at all, but utterly frivolous and vain.'* The bishops' answer to the pre.sby...
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The Ritual of the United Church of England and Ireland Illustrated: With ...

Gerald Wensley Tyrrell - 1840 - 383 pages
...rejected all such as were either of dangerous consequence (as secretly striking at some established doctrine or laudable practice of the Church of England,...consequence at all, but utterly frivolous and vain. But such alterations as were tendered to us (by what persons, under what pretences, or to what purpose...
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The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ..., Volume 20

Theology - 1841
...have been avoided as were either of dangerous consequence, (as secretly striking at some established doctrine or laudable practice of the church of England,...consequence at all, but utterly frivolous and vain." Section 4 — The ends they had in view were — " the preservation of peace and unity in the church...
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Liturgiae Britannicae: Or, the Several Editions of the Book of Common Prayer ...

Church of England, William Keeling - England - 1842 - 426 pages
...rejected all such as were either o/j dangerous consequence, (as secretly striking at tome established Doctrine, or ' laudable Practice of the Church of...consequence at all, but utterly frivolous and vain.. But such Alterations as were tendered to us (by what persons, under what pretences, or to what purpose...
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Doctor Hookwell; or, The Anglo-Catholic family [by R. Armitage].

Robert Armitage - 1842
...made for the rejection of Bl things which were considered ' as secretly striking at some established doctrine or laudable practice of the Church of England,...or indeed of the whole Catholic Church of Christ,' aud also partly ' for the more proper expressing of some words or phrases of ancient usage.' Again...
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