The French Reformation.
... The prisons were crowded, and the very air seemed darkened ... on the scaffold."(343)
Nor was the king the only ... power.(349) The gospel of Christ had enabled its ...
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Concerning the Power of the Civil Magistrate in Matters Purely ...
... any Jesuits, who would not admit king Charles the ... reproves and fights by banishment
and prisons, and forceth ... principle obliges him, if he had power, by force ...
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The French Reformation
... The prisons were crowded, and the very air seemed darkened ... Nor was the king the only
victim; near the same ... (See Appendix.) The gospel of Christ had enabled its ...
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The Bible and the French Revolution.
... cultivating her science; if their wisdom had been guiding ... paupers claimed charity
from the hands of the king. ... over churches and schools, the prisons and the ...
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The Bible and the French Revolution
... vengeance was only stimulated by the execution of the king; and those who had decreed
his ... The prisons were crowded, at one time containing more than two ...
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Book iv Thus Gently Sang the Lady Philosophy with Dignified Mien ...
... carried on the wandering ships of Ithaca's king to the ... with their rule; and especially
when prisons, bonds, and ... bands of the stars, which she had hidden by the ...
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Doctrine of Non-Resistance to Evil by Force must Inevitably be ...
... Pope, at another an emperor or king, an elective ... from evil; that taxes, dues, serfage,
prisons, scourging, knouts ... anything in the world if they had the power of ...
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The Three Facts of Sin
... Prisons, mad-houses, hospitals "these are just so much ... going to be with Christ, his
influence had been against ... he left in ambuscade at his king's palace gate ...
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Thanksgiving to God for Deliverance from the Evils Expected Owing ...
... and the universal enmity, the stripes, the prisons, the tribunals ... his subjects, and
the subjects of the king; just as ... But when I had offended my Master, I fell ...
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Matt. v. 17
... by his own act, from courts of law, and prisons, and the ... And just as a king would
have his own son present ... a pride in the marks wherewith he had been branded ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook1 Kings 22:27
And say, Thus said the king, Put this fellow in the prison, and feed him with bread of affliction and with water of affliction, until I come in peace.Torrey's Topical Textbook
Prisons used for Confining: Condemned Persons Till Executed
Prisons used for Confining: Debtors Till They Paid
Prisons used for Confining: Enemies Taken Captive
Prisons used for Confining: Persons Accused of Crimes
Prisons used for Confining: Persons Accused of Heresy
Prisons used for Confining: Persons Under the King's Displeasure
Prisons used for Confining: Suspected Persons
Prisons were Under the Care of a Keeper
Prisons: Antiquity of
Prisons: Bondage to Sin and Satan
Prisons: Confinement In, Considered a Severe Punishment
Prisons: Confinement In, often Awarded As a Punishment
Prisons: Deep Afflictions
Prisons: Dungeons Attached To
Prisons: Keepers of Often Used Severity
Prisons: Keepers of Put to Death If Prisoners Escaped
Prisons: Keepers of Responsible for the Prisoners
Prisons: Keepers of Sometimes Acted Kindly
Prisons: Keepers of Sometimes Entrusted the Care of the Prison To
Prisons: Keepers of Strictly Guarded the Doors
Prisons: Kinds of, Mentioned: Common
Prisons: Kinds of, Mentioned: State
Prisons: Magistrates had Power to Commit To
Prisons: Magistrates had Power to Release From
Prisons: Persons Confined in Clothed in Prison Dress
Prisons: Persons Confined in Fed on Bread and Water
Prisons: Persons Confined in Might Have Their Condition Ameliorated by the King
Prisons: Persons Confined in Often Bound With Fetters
Prisons: Persons Confined in Often Chained to Two Soldiers
Prisons: Persons Confined in Often Executed In
Prisons: Persons Confined in Often Fastened in Stocks
Prisons: Persons Confined in Often Kept to Hard Labour
Prisons: Persons Confined in Often Placed in Dungeons
Prisons: Persons Confined in Often Subjected to Extreme Suffering
Prisons: Persons Confined in Said to be in Hold
Prisons: Persons Confined in Said to be in Ward
Prisons: Persons Confined in Sometimes Allowed to be Visited by Their Friends
Prisons: Places Used as Court of the King's House
Prisons: Places Used as House of the Captain of the Guard
Prisons: Places Used as House of the King's Scribe
Prisons: Places Used as Prisoner's own House, where he Was Kept Bound to a Soldier
Prisons: The King had Power to Commit To
Prisons: The King had Power to Release From
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