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Page 8 - are one person in law : that is, the very being or legal existence of the woman is suspended during the marriage, or at least is incorporated and consolidated into that of the husband, under whose wing, protection, and cover she performs every thing.
Page 13 - complex power : it includes conception, or simple apprehension, which enables us to form a notion of those former objects of perception, or of knowledge, out of which we are to make a selection ; abstraction, which separates the selected materials from the qualities and circumstances which are connected with them in nature, and judgment and taste
Page 11 - by the principal members of this community in England, entitled, A Declaration of the Faith and Order owned and practised in the congregational Churches in England, agreed upon and consented unto by their Elders and Messengers, in their
Page 11 - visited all Europe, and the East, not to survey the sumptuousness of palaces, or the stateliness of temples ; not to make accurate measurements of the remains of
Page 12 - its character on all the members of the order, and to give a peculiar force to all its operations. There is not, in the annals of mankind, any example of such a perfect despotism exercised not over monks shut up in the cells of a convent, but over men dispersed among all the nations of the earth. The