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" ... the party denies himself to be a Christian, and shall make it evident that he is not, by invoking our gods, let him (notwithstanding any former suspicion) be pardoned upon his repentance. "
The Antiquities of the Christian Church - Pągina 30
1841 - 557 pągines
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The Letters of Pliny the Consul: With Occasional Remarks, Volum 2

Pliny (the Younger.) - 1807
...whichwere brought before you, is extremely proper ; a* it is not possible to lay down any fixed rule by which to act in all cases of this nature. But I would not have you officiously enter into any enquiries concerning them. If indeed they should be brought before you, and the crime should be proved,...
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The Works of Cornelius Tacitus: With an Essay on His Life and ..., Volum 3

Cornelius Tacitus, Arthur Murphy - 1822
...were to be pardoned, notwithstanding any former suspicion-. But the emperor says to his minister, " I would not have you officiously enter into any inquiries concerning them." Pliny's letter, Mr. Melmoth observes, is esteemed as almost the only genuine monument of ecclesiastical...
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Familiar Illustrations of the Principal Evidences and Design of Christianity

Maria Hack - 1824 - 322 pągines
...brought be' fore you, is extremely proper ; as it is ' not possible to lay down any fixed plan ' by which to act in all cases of this nature. ' But I...officiously ' enter into any inquiries concerning them. ' Jf indeed they should be brought before ' you, and the crime is pcoved, they must ' be punished;...
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Tacitus. Tr. by A. Murphy, Volum 3

Publius Cornelius Tacitus - 1831
...were to be pardoned, notwithstanding any former suspicion. But the emperor says to his minister, * I would not have you officiously enter into any inquiries concerning them.' Pliny's letter, Mr. Melmoth observes, is esteemed as almost the only genuine monument of ecclesiastical...
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A Translation of the Epistles of Clement of Rome, Polycarp, and Ignatius ...

Pope Clement I, Temple Chevallier - 1833 - 502 pągines
...which were brought before you, is extremely proper; as it is not possible to lay down any fixed rule by which to act in all cases of this nature. But I would not have you officiously enter into any enquiries concerning them. If indeed they should be brought before you, and the crime should be proved,...
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Valerius: A Roman Story, Volum 2

John Gibson Lockhart - 1835 - 216 pągines
...; as it is not possible to lay down any fixed rule by which to act in all cases of this nature. Rut I would not have you officiously enter into any inquiries...indeed, they should be brought before you, and the crime should be proved, they must be punished ; with this restriction, however, that where the party denies...
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The Works...

Cornelius Tacitus - 1836 - 742 pągines
...were to be pardoned, notwithstanding any former suspicion. But the emperor says to his minister, " I would not have you officiously enter into any inquiries concerning them." Pliny's letter, Mr Mclmoth observes, is esteemed as almost the only genuiue monument of ecclesiastical...
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The Works of Cornelius Tacitus: With an Essay on His Life and Genius, Notes ...

Cornelius Tacitus - 1842 - 742 pągines
...were to be pardoned, notwithstanding any former suspicion. But the emperor says to his minister, " I would not have you officiously enter into any inquiries concerning them." Pliny's letter, Mr. Melmoth observes, is esteemed Я8 almost the only genuine monument of ecclesiastical...
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The Lives and Times of the Most Distinguished Christian Fathers, Tothe Close ...

William H. Coffin - 1846 - 396 pągines
...were brought before you, is extremely proper ; as it is not possible to lay down"any fixed rule by which to act, in all cases of this nature. But I would...indeed they should be brought before you, and the crime should be proved, they must be punished ; with this restriction, however, that where the party denies...
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Encyclopędia metropolitana; or, System of universal knowledge, Volum 5

Encyclopaedia - 1849
...were brought before you, is extremely proper : as it is not possible to lay down any fixed plan by which to act in all cases of this nature. But I would...be punished ; with this restriction, however, that where the partjr denies himself to be a Christian, and shall make it evident that he is not, by invoking...
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