through the world. We have one book, a book
no where in doubtâthe volume of God, the Bible, and, can all with one
heart, and one soul, push it through the world, enforce it on men to
read it, teach it to others, and make it the great power in the earth,
to break down and wipe out Romanism; to sweep away all pagan gods,
temples, and altars, and all sectarian denominations, and unite all
the friends of the Lord under Prince Messiah; let him go before them,
lead and guide them forever and ever. What is a mere denomination,
separated from others by some peculiarities not mentioned in the Bible,
nor received by any other party on earth, compared with what the Lord
styles, âmy church,â Matt. xvi. 18; the body of Christ; the kingdom
of God, containing all the people of God? This is what we have in our
view; we will go for nothing less than the body of Christ, the kingdom
of God. It is of God, the denomination is of man.
WOMEN IN THE CHURCH.
Read the Bible carefully, and note the part the women took, the
greatest and best of them, as well as all classes, in the Patriarchal,
Jewish and Christian institutions, and follow what you find there. It
is safe to follow that, and for the good of all, both men and women.
No improvement can be made upon that. As we depart from that we injure
all. We desire to see women curtailed in no privilege or blessing;
nothing that can make them happy, useful, wise or good. But the less
they have to do in the business meetings, the ruling or discipline
of the church, the better for them and all concerned. They have a
natural and scriptural work to do, and men cannot do that work for
them, and men do not lose any of their rights, when not appointed to
do the natural and scriptural work of women. In the same way women
lose no rights, are excluded from no privilege, nor are they in any
way degraded in being limited to their legitimate sphere of operation.
The Bible gives women the highest honor they can have, and lays down
the road to the highest happiness. It has elevated women from the
abject slavery in which Paganism had bound them down, and given them
the strong arm of the man to protect and support them. The nearer they
follow the Bible, the Lord, and the apostolic teaching the better. This
is the road to greatness, happiness and goodness.
WHO CRUCIFIED THE SAVIOR.
 Mr.Page 31
That it would be treating them as a conquered people, and not as true British subjects.Page 32
These times are not come here yet: your present proprietors have never been more unreasonable hitherto, than barely to insist on your fighting in defence of _their_ property, and paying the expence yourselves; or if their estates must [ah! _must_] be taxed towards it, that the _best_ of their lands shall be taxed no higher than the _worst_ of yours.Page 139
And yet that.Page 140
" I hope and believe it is; the assembly have said nothing to the contrary.Page 165
I do not suppose these reasonings of theirs will appear here to have much weight.Page 191
re-take that fort (which was looked on here as another incroachment on the king's territory) and to protect your trade.Page 199
You will learn the nature of my mission, from the official dispatches which I have recommended to be forwarded by the same conveyance.Page 277
small value as not well to bear the expence of freight, may often be made cheaper in the country than they can be imported; and the manufacture of such goods will be profitable wherever there is a sufficient demand.Page 299
He nevertheless permits to be published, all satirical remarks on the Busy-Body, the above prohibition notwithstanding, and without examination, or requiring the said fees; which indulgence the small wits, in and about this city, are advised gratefully to accept and acknowledge.Page 335
This figettiness, to use a vulgar expression for want of a better, is occasioned wholly by an uneasiness in the skin, owing to the retension of the perspirable matter--the bed-clothes having received their quantity, and, being saturated, refusing to take any more.Page 342
As to quacks, I despise them: they may kill you, indeed, but cannot injure me.Page 356
"--These are not mere suppositions, for I have heard some talk in this strange manner.Page 368
May the mode descend to the lower ranks, till it becomes no longer the custom to pack their infants away, as soon as born, to the _Enfants Trouvés_, with the careless observation, that the king is better able to maintain them.Page 377
He always said, "If there must be a war, it will be a war of ten years, and I shall not live to see the end of it.Page 383
_Beer_, not conducive to bodily strength, i.Page 414
considerations on the distillation of, ii.