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" ... that the magistrate ought not to punish the breach of the first table, otherwise than in such cases as did disturb the civil peace; 2, that he ought not to tender an oath to an unregenerate man; 3, that a man ought not to pray with such, though wife,... "
Collections of the Rhode Island Historical Society: (1885) Foster, W.E., ed ... - Halaman 78
1885
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History of Congregationalism from about A.D. 250 to the Present ..., Volume 4

George Punchard - 1880
...Williams was summoned before the General Court, charged with "divers dangerous opinions, viz.: 1st, That the magistrate ought not to punish the breach...table, otherwise than in such cases as did disturb the civil peace. 2d, That he ought not to tender an oath to an unregenerate man. 3d, That a man ought not...
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Literature and Its Professors

Thomas Purnell - 1867 - 292 halaman
...The accused was impeached for having maintained the " dangerous " opinion, that " the ma" gistrates ought not to punish the breach of the first " table,...otherwise than in such cases as did disturb " the civil peace." This doctrine was considered by all present to be most pernicious; the ministers— who...
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The Baptist Quarterly, Volume 1

Lucius Edwin Smith, Henry Griggs Weston - 1867
...which Williams was found guilty shows that he denied the right of the magistrate to punish breaches of the first table " otherwise than in such cases as did disturb the civil peace." When an offence against God was also an offence against society, as perjury or blasphemy,...
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Miscellanea: Comprising Reviews, Lectures, and Essays, on ..., Volume 2

Martin John Spalding - 1894
...againsi him in the General Court, held July 8th, l635 : That he held these ''dangerous opinions: l. That the magistrate ought not to punish the breach of the first table, otherwise Uian in such cases as did disturb the civil peace. 2. That he ought not to tender an. .-•ath to an...
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Congregational History

John Waddington - 1874
...Court." " It was laid to his charge, that being under question before the magistracy and churches for divers dangerous opinions, viz., 1. That the magistrate...of the first table, otherwise than in such cases as (lid disturb the civil peace. 2. That he ought not to tender an oath to an unregenerate man. 3. That...
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The Baptist Quarterly, Volume 10

Lucius Edwin Smith, Henry Griggs Weston - 1876
...had any civil bearing. We will state the charges as preferred by the General Court in July, 1635. " 1. That the magistrate ought not to punish the breach of the first table, except when the civil peace should be endangered. 2. That an oath ought not to be tendered to an unregenerate...
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Ceremonies at the Unveiling of the Monument to Roger Williams: Erected by ...

Providence (R.I.). City Council, Jeremiah Lewis Diman - 1877 - 52 halaman
...weaken the restraints of law. His temper was hasty but not anarchical. When he affirmed bis doctrine that the magistrate ought not to punish the breach of the first table, he was careful to add, " otherwise than in such cases as did disturb the civil peace." In his treatise...
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Orations and Essays: With Selected Parish Sermons

Jeremiah Lewis Diman - 1881 - 416 halaman
...weaken the restraints of law. His temper was hasty but not anarchical. When he affirmed his doctrine that the magistrate ought not to punish the breach of the first table, he was careful to add, " otherwise than in such cases as did disturb the civil peace." In his treatise...
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The Red dragon, the national magazine of Wales. Ed. by C. Wilkins, Volume 5

Charles Wilkins - 1884
...session. He was accused of maintaining the following dangerous opinions :— (1.) That the magistrates ought not to punish the breach of the first table,...otherwise than in such cases as did disturb the public peace. (2.) That he ought not to tender an oath to an unregenerate man. (3.) That a man ought not to...
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The Red Dragon: The National Magazine of Wales, Volume 6,Bagian 1

Giuseppe Mattei, Charles Wilkins (of Merthyr-Tydfil) - 1884
...maintaining the following dangerous opinions : — (1.) That the magistrates ought not to punish the brench of the first table, otherwise than in such cases as did disturb the public peace. (2.) That he ought not to tender an oath to an unregenerate man. (3.) That a man ought not to...
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