Author(s): S. T. Coleridge


Excerpt from On the Constitution of the Church and State, According to the Idea of Each: With Aids Toward a Right Judgment on the Late Catholic Bill

The Land, had been uttered by a Puritan Divine instead of a Puritan Judge, it would have been quoted at this day, as a specimen of puritanical nonsense and bigotry - you express your wonder, that I, with all these heresies on my head, should yet withstand the measure of Catholic Emancipation, and join in Opposing Sir Francis Burdett's intended Bill, for the repeal of the disqualifying statutes And you conclude by asking: but is this true?

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