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Seite 325 - Also Amaziah said unto Amos, O thou seer, go, flee thee away into the land of Judah, and there eat bread, and prophesy there : But prophesy not again any more at Beth-el : for it is the king's chapel, and it is the king's court.
Seite 83 - Against an elder receive not an accusation, but before two or three witnesses.
Seite 182 - He praised God that he was born in such a time, as in the time of the light of the gospel, and in such a place, as to be King in such a kirk, the purest kirk in the world.
Seite 298 - I acknowledge the Roman church to be our mother church, although defiled with some infirmities and corruptions, as the Jews were when they crucified Christ.
Seite 521 - I came from home, till my head was again homeward; for I was as a man who had taken my leave from the world, and was resolved to die in that service without return.
Seite 143 - ... never stain his own honour, nor leave an everlasting mark of infamy on his posterity, by lending his hand to perpetrate so foul a crime. On the receipt of this answer, Elizabeth became extremely peevish ; and calling him a dainty and precise fellow, who would promise much but perform nothing...
Seite 118 - That if any rebellion shall be excited in the kingdom, or any thing attempted to the hurt of Her Majesty's person, by or for any person pretending a title to the crown, the Queen shall empower twenty-four persons, by a commission under the great seal, to examine into, and pass sentence...
Seite 454 - King's honour, and of the public peace of the kingdom, by the manifold innovations and evils, generally contained, and particularly mentioned in our late supplications, complaints, and protestations ; do hereby profess, and before God, His angels, and the world, solemnly declare, That with our whole hearts...