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Title: The Advocate of Peace and Universal Brotherhood : 1846 Vol. 1 No. 8 Aug  
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Volume: Vol. 1
Language: English
Subject: Periodicals, Art and Science, Journal
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, The Advocate of Peace and Universal Brotherhood
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1846
Publisher: Elihu Burritt

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Description: 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. 1846 Excerpt: ...we fear, too apt to believe that the persecutions, encroachments, and insolence which for ages past have characterised the Aristocracy ot England towards most nations of the earth, have been shared in by the great body of the industrious classes; who, unhappily, for the most part, have hitherto had neither voice nor vote in the matter. That the power and influence of our Aristocracy over the minds and consciences of men, their perversion of every principle of morality and precept of religion to uphold their power and monopolies, have ofien enabled them to enlist great numbers of our unreflecting brethren to fight their battles, and espouse their cause, we readily admit; but those, we conceive, should be pitied, rather than blamed, as the deluded victims of selfish and hypocritical men; persons who have perverted justice and truth for gain, and the religion of peace and good-will for the purposes of war, contention, and strife. Within the last few years, however, knowledge has been rapidly extending its influence among the industrious millions of England--universal right is now asserted, and is progressing, despite persecution and sufferings--anomalies, corruptions, and vices in Church and State, are being exposed--unjust privileges and monopolies decried; and mental and moral worth fast allying itself to the cause of humanity and justice. Thus knowledge, extending and combining, is fast calling forth mental light and political power, tending to the good of our country, such as our State Church can no longer mislead, standing armies restrain, nor aristocratic influence avert.

 

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