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" I would observe that, in a new country, to which persons of all religious persuasions are invited to resort, it will be impossible to establish a dominant and endowed Church without much hostility, and great improbability of its becoming permanent. The... "
The Three Colonies of Australia, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia ... - Página 91
de Samuel Sidney - 1852 - 425 páginas
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen 44

1838
...tainted, in no ordinary degree, with the fallacious liberalism of the present day. He says,* " I would observe that in a new country, to which persons of...be impossible to establish a dominant and endowed Cbjirch without much hostility, and great improbahility of its becoming permanent. The inclination...
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New South Wales; Its Present State and Future Prospects: Being a Statement ...

James Macarthur - 1837 - 640 páginas
...to adopt such arrangements as may be expected to give general satisfaction to the Colonists. I would observe that, in a new country, to which persons of...and great improbability of its becoming permanent. The inclination of these Colonists, which keeps pace with the spirit of the age, is decidedly adverse...
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An historical and statistical account of new south wales

John Dunmore Lang - 1837
...general satisfaction to the ilimists. I would observe that, in a new country, to which person! of ill religious persuasions are invited to resort, it will...dominant and endowed church without much hostility, and jreat improbability of its becoming permanent. The inclination of these colonists, which keeps pace...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen 44

1838
...tainted, in no ordinary degree, with the fallaciom liberalism of the present day. He says,* " I would observe that in a new country, to which persons of all religious persuasions arc invited to resort, it will be impossible to establish a dominant and endowed Church without much...
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THE STATE OF RELIGION AND EDUCATION IN NEW SOUTH WALES

WILLIAM WESTBROOKE BURTON - 1840
...to adopt such arrangements aa may be expected to give general satisfaction to the Colonists. I would observe that, in a new country, to which persons of all religious persuasions are invited Io resort, it will be impossible to establish a dominant and endowed Church without much hostility,...
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A History of the Commencement and Progress of Catholicity in Australia, Up ...

John Peter Kenny, R. C. Kenny (dean of Sydney, Australia.) - 1886 - 243 páginas
...very numerously signed, praying for a reduction of the expenditure." The Governor goes on to remark, that in a new country, to which persons of all religious...and great improbability of its becoming permanent. The inclination of these colonists, which keeps pace with the spirit of the age, is decidedly adverse...
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The Irish in Australia

James Francis Hogan - 1888 - 349 páginas
...prepared at a public meeting, and very numerously signed, praying for a reduction of the expenditure. In a new country, to which persons of all religious...dominant and endowed church without much hostility, and there is great improbability of, its becoming permanent. The inclination of these colonists, which...
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The Enlightenment and the Origins of European Australia

John Gascoigne, Patricia Curthoys - 2002 - 233 páginas
...of 1833 Bourke urged the impossibility of persisting with even a notionally established church, for 'in a New Country to which persons of all religious...impossible to establish a dominant and endowed Church'. Betraying his own sense that an established church had become an anachronism Bourke remarked that 'The...
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Church and State: Australia's Imaginary Wall

Thomas R. Frame - 2006 - 96 páginas
...what had already developed: religious pluralism. The Church Act embodied Bourke's earlier observation that: in a New Country to which Persons of all religious...dominant and endowed Church without much hostility and greater improbability of its becoming permanent. The inclination of these Colonists, which keeps pace...
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