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" Let men of God in courts and churches watch O'er such as do a toleration hatch ; Lest that ill egg bring forth a cockatrice, To poison all with heresy and vice. "
A Biographical Dictionary: Containing a Brief Account of the First Settlers ... - 154. oldal
szerző: John Eliot - 1809 - 511 oldal
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Rhode Island; Its Making and Its Meaning: A Survey of the Annals of the ...

Irving Berdine Richman - 1902
...is the spot where 1 " Farewell, dear wife, children and friends, Hate heresie — make blessed ends. Let men of God, in courts and churches, watch O'er...ill egg bring forth a cockatrice To poison all with heresie and vice. If men be left, and otherwise combine, My epitaph 's, I dy'd no Libertine." Wheelwright...

The Historical Writings of John Fiske: The beginnings of New England

John Fiske - 1902
...a poem of his, containing a quatrain wherein the intolerance of that age is neatly summed up: — " Let men of God in courts and churches watch O'er such...that ill egg bring forth a cockatrice To poison all in heresy and vice." Such was the spirit of most of the Puritans of that day, but in the manifestation...

The Inlander, 14. kötet

1904
...employed" ; while the pious Dudley sings the chant of intolerance in this appropriately bad couplet, — "Let men of God in courts and churches watch O'er such as do a toleration hatch." Clearly, with men of this mind, thinking must move in harness. It may be that Puritanism, for us, is...

Records Relating to the Early History of Boston ...

Boston (Mass.). Registry Department - 1905 - 475 oldal
...men, now stands a Universalist Church. After his death these lines were found in his pocket : — " Let men of God in courts and churches watch O'er such...and vice. If men be left and otherwise combine, My epitaph '9, 1 dy'd no libertine." It was said that Dudley carried prudence in money matters to an extreme...

Messenger, 43. kötet

1905
...quaint poem of Thomas Dudley, the first of the name to settle in New England, are found these verses : " Let men of God in courts and churches watch O'er such...a cockatrice To poison all with heresy and vice." The old Puritan wrote according to the fashion of his time ; most men of all creeds then thought as...

A Half-century of Conflict, 1. kötet

Francis Parkman - 1905
...bigoted old Puritan, Thomas Dudley, in whose pocket was found after his death the notable couplet, — " Let men of God in courts and churches watch O'er such as do a toleration hatch." Such a son of such a father was the marvel of New England. Those who clung to the old traditions and...

English Colonies in America ...: The Puritan colonies

John Andrew Doyle - 1889
...whose view of the relation between the civil power and religion was summoned up in the distich — " Let men of God in courts and churches watch O'er such as do a toleration hatch,"' represented the narrow view of the ordinary Puritan. Winthrop, it is clear, had little real sympathy...

The English in America: The Puritan colonies

John Andrew Doyle - 1887
...Dudley, whose view of the relation between the civil power and religion was summed up in the distich — Let men of God in courts and churches watch O'er such as do a toleration hatch,1 represented the narrow view of the ordinary Puritan. Winthrop, it is clear, had little real...

The Town of Roxbury: Its Memorable Persons and Places, Its History and ...

Francis Samuel Drake - 1908 - 475 oldal
...men, now stands a Universalist Church. After his death these lines were found in his pocket : — " Let men of God in courts and churches watch O'er such...and vice. If men be left and otherwise combine, My epitaph 'B, I dy'd no libertine." It was said that Dudley carried prudence in money matters to an extreme...

Early Rhode Island: A Social History of the People

William Babcock Weeden - 1910 - 381 oldal
...Puritanism incarnate. In the " Magnalia " Cotton Mather says he had in his pocket these delightful verses: " Let men of God, in courts and churches, watch O'er such as do a toleration hatch." The rhyme halts, but mark the exquisite harmony of church and state; and consider whether Roger Williams...




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