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" Church ;— and further declare that no person shall be held to be entitled to disapprove, as aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare, in presence of the Presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely... "
Tracts - Page 5
by British anti-state-church assoc - 1850
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Ten years of the Church of Scotland, from 1833 to 1843, with ..., 1. köide

James Bryce (D.D.) - 1850
...to declare, in presence of the presbytery, that he is actuated by no malicious or factious motives, but solely by a conscientious regard to the spiritual interests of himself and the congregation." The very vague language, in which this declaration, afterwards 2; , ,so fertile...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Thomas Chalmers, D.D., LL.D.

William Hanna - 1851
...aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare in presence of the Presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely...spiritual interests of himself or the congregation." Such was the Veto Law. Intended as a final and pacifying measure, it was proposed after the maturest...
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History of the Church of Scotland: From the Introduction of Christianity to ...

William Maxwell Hetherington - 1851 - 500 lehte
...aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare, in presence of the Presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely by a conscientious regard to the spiritual interest of himself or the congregation." It may be expedient to transcribe the usual form of a Call....
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1852
...aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare, in presence of the Presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely...spiritual interests of himself or the congregation.' The proceedings of the General Assembly, though extremely interesting to the members of that body, were...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, 40. köide

1852
...aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare in presence of the presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely...spiritual interests of himself or the congregation."— Vol. iii. p. 360, 361. The expectation of the majority who passed this law was, that such persons would...
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The Dublin university magazine, 40. köide

University magazine - 1852
...aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare in presence of the presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely...spiritual interests of himself or the congregation." — VoL Ш. p. 860, 861. The expectation of the majority who passed this law was, that such persons...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., 192. köide

1852
...ordained that no person should be entitled to disapprove unless, if required, he would solemnly declare that he was actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely by a regard to the spiritual interests of the congregation. This was called the Veto Law. It was framed...
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Life of Thomas Chalmers

William Hanna - 1853 - 435 lehte
...aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare in the presence of the Presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely...spiritual interests of himself or the congregation." " Such was the Veto Law. Intended as a final and pacifying measure, it was proposed after the maturest...
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A Descriptive and Statistical Account of the British Empire ..., 2. köide

John Ramsay McCulloch - 1854
...aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare in presence of the presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely by a conscientious regard to the spiritual interest of himself and the congregation." This statute was known by the name of the Veto Act. But...
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A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, 8. köide

Thomas Thomson - 1855
...aforesaid, who shall refuse, if required, solemnly to declare, in presence of the Presbytery, that he is actuated by no factious or malicious motive, but solely...spiritual interests of himself or the congregation." Such was the well-known measure called the Veto, which, being carried by a majority of forty-six, became...
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