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Page 336 - You wish to be free, and you know not how to be just," could prevent the consummation of a financial measure at once so iniquitous and so replete with danger. On the 2d of November a decree passed the Assembly, placing all the property of the Church at the disposal of the Nation, and promising to make decent provision for the cost of worship, the support...
Page 95 - ... Streatham. And as the ship moved and left us, we shook ourselves from its spell as best we could and went on our various ways with a vision of foreign towns, blue waters and coral reefs. On the other side of the bridge a grey church on low ground lifts its tower against the warehouses and the cranes. This is one of the least known, and one of the most interesting, churches in London. It is Southwark Cathedral. I wonder why so few ever visit it. There is no excuse for this, for it is one of the...