The History, Poems, Writings, and Miscellaneous Correspondence, of Nat Ablitt

The History, Poems, Writings, and Miscellaneous Correspondence, of Nat Ablitt

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1860 edition. Excerpt: ...of God, Queen, Victory, and Great Britain, demand an apology from the Pope for his usurpation, and upon his refusal we will knock the Palace down about his ears; aud thus, I, Nat Ablitt, and my volunteer Ipswich Brethren, shall do good to Rome, to Religion, and to the World. Who taught you, you Catholic Priests, your domineering and your pomp to subvert people's reason, and forbid us to use that power? Why not forbid us to use our eyes to see with, as to forbid us reason to judge with? What are your books marked-with blood and your Triest's Surplus with the Cross for, when "The Book condemned all this as whitewashed sepulchres." Any religion that makes a noise is counterfeit. Who inspired you? Who predestinated you? Tell me why our well brought up and educated children in our town are not inspired as much as you? only they "don't wade through slaughter to a Throne or a Priesthood, and shut the gates of mercy on mankind." I would not sit with the Pope in Heaven! Why did he not call his countrymen together, instead of cowardly abdi. eating, and hear their reasonable demands, and grant them a liberal alteration? I would have done this! but my religion is neither Blood nor Gold. If the Pope's Religion was Brotherly Love, he would have done this. St. Margaret's, Ipswich, April 19, 1853. Five reasons why the occupiers of the parish of Bushmere have power to throw down any bank enclosing any part of the heath. 1st--The occupiers having received 740 rent of the Government for the troops using it as exercising ground previous to the battle of Waterloo, by counsels opinion, Lancelot Shadwell, 1816-19, which was divided amongst us. 2nd-- 50 for ten years, up to Christmas, 1857, also divided amongst us, there being but few...
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  • Paperback | 44 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236577663
  • 9781236577665