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" Arbitrary imprisonment, confiscation of property, persecution and torture, unprecedented in the inquisitions of the Romish church, are among the palpable enormities that verify the affirmative. These are inflicted by assemblies and committees, who dare... "
Fort Stanwix - 第 42 頁
1976 - 200 頁
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The Scots Magazine, 第 39 卷

1777
...quiet fubje&s, without diftinrtion of ,igc or fex, for the fjle crime, often for the fole fufpicion, of having adhered in principle to the government under which they were born, and to which, by every tic d'vine arid human, they owe allegiance. Toconfummate thefe fhockinp proceedings, the profanation...
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The American museum, or, Repository of ancient and modern fugitive ..., 第 2 卷

Mathew Carey - 1789
...the fole crime, often for the fole fufpicion, of having adhered in principle to the government tinder which they were born, and to which by every tie, divine and human, they owe allegiance. To confummate ihefe (hocking proceedings, the profanation of religion is added to the moll profligate...
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The Scots Magazine, 第 39 卷

1777
...quiet fubjefls, without diflinction of ago or fcx, for the fule crime, often for the fole fufpicion, of having adhered in principle to the government under...to which, by every tie divine and human, they owe .iraongtl you, are jullly their due. As it is the duty, fo it is the wiih of every Britifh and Heffian...
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A Narrative of Col. Ethan Allen's Captivity: From the Time of His Being ...

Ethan Allen - 1807 - 158 頁
...affirmative. These are inflicted by assemblies and committes, who dare to profess themselves friends to liberty, upon the most quiet subjects, without distinction...they were born, and to which, by every tie, divine N and human, they owe allegiance. To consummate these shocking proceedings, the profanation of religion...
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The Natural and Civil History of Vermont, 第 2 卷

Samuel Williams - 1809
...rjuiet fubjects, without diftinftinn of age or fex, lor the fole crime, often for the fole fufpicion, of having adhered in principle to the government under...every tie, divine and human, they owe allegiance. To confummate thele (hocking proceedings, the profanation of religion is added to the mod profligate proftitution...
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The National Register, 第 7 卷

1819
...affirmative. These are inflicted by assemblies and committees, who dare to profess themselves friends to liberty, upon the most quiet subjects without distinction of age or sex, for 'he sole crime, often for tlie sole suspicion, of having adhered in principle to the government under...
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Principles and Acts of the Revolution in America: Or, An Attempt to Collect ...

Hezekiah Niles - 1822 - 495 頁
...affirmative. These are inflicted, by assemblies and committees, who dare to profess themselves friends to liberty, upon the most quiet subjects, without distinction...principle to the government under which they were horn, and to which, by every tie, divine and human, they owe allegiance. To consummate these schocking...
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Principles and Acts of the Revolution in America: Or, An Attempt to Collect ...

Hezekiah Niles - 1822 - 495 頁
...the most quiet subjects, without distinction of age or «ex, for the sole crime, often for the »ole suspicion, of having adhered in principle to the government...and human, they owe allegiance. To consummate these schocking proceeding», the profanation of religion is added to the most profligate prostitution of...
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The Boston News-letter: And City Record, 第 2 卷

1826
...who dare to profess themselves friends of liberty; upon the most quiet subjects, without distiuctioH of age or sex, for the sole crime, often for the sole...proceedings, the profanation of religion is added lo the most profligate prostitution of common reason. The consciences of men are at nought, and multitudes...
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History of the War of the Independence of the United States of America, 第 2 卷

Carlo Botta - 1826
...king and country ; he enlarged upon the tyrannic cruelties inflicted by the assemblies and committees upon the most quiet subjects, without distinction of age or sex, for the sole offence, and often for the sole suspicion of having adhered in principle to the government under which...
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