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" confess my guilt, which consists in having, to my shame and dishonour, suffered myself, through the pain of torture and the fear of death, to give utterance to falsehoods, imputing scandalous sins and iniquities to an illustrious order, which hath nobly... "
The Freemason's Monthly Magazine - Page 143
1853
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The History of the Knights Templars, the Temple Church, and the Temple

Charles Greenstreet Addison - 1842 - 395 pages
...consists in having, to my shame and dishonour, suffered myself, through the pain of torture and the fear of death, to give utterance to falsehoods, imputing...which hath nobly served the cause of Christianity. I • Procana contra Tcmitarita Dui'uy, p. Ii8, i:ei. Rafmxtard, p. 60. JAN» DE disdain to seek a wretched...
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The Knights Templars

Charles Greenstreet Addison - 1852 - 315 pages
...p. 3:i3. in having, to my shame and dishonour, suffered myself, through the pain of torture and the fear of death, to give utterance to falsehoods, imputing...disgraceful existence by engrafting another lie upon the original falsehood." He was here interrupted by the provost and his officers, and Guy, the Grand...
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The Knights Templars

Charles Greenstreet Addison - 1852 - 315 pages
...p. 393. in having, to my shame and dishonour, suffered myself, through the pain of torture and the fear of death, to give utterance to falsehoods, imputing scandalous sins and iniquities to an illus-/ trious order, which hath nobly served the cause of Christianity/ I disdain to seek a wretched...
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The Freemason's Monthly Magazine, Volume 12

Freemasonry - 1853
...if they had been less men," he would .have summoned them to the combat. On the 18th of March, 1313, a scaffold was erected in front of the cathedral Notre...also retracted the avowals extorted from them. They wcre all three remanded back to the dungeon. The wily and avaricious Philip on hearing of their recantation,...
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Rainy Mornings with Aunt Mabel; Or, Incidents in Church History

Mabel (aunt, fict.name.) - Christian life - 1854 - 267 pages
...to give utterance to falsehoods, acknowledging the iniquities which- a black malevolence has imputed to an illustrious order, which hath nobly served the cause of Christianity. I now attest, in these last moments of my life, that it is innocent. I declared the contrary only to...
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The Ashlar ..., Volume 1

Allyn Weston, Charles Scott - 1856
...consists in having, to my shame and dishonor, suffered myself, through the pain of torture and the fear of death, to give utterance to falsehoods, imputing...disgraceful existence by engrafting another lie upon the original falsehood.' " King PHILLIP, being informed of what had happened, ordered their instant...
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The Freemason's Monthly Magazine, Volume 15

1856
...free from heresy, and the Templars were pronounced innocent in Portugal and Germany. Ibid, p. 276, which hath nobly served the cause of Christianity....disgraceful existence by engrafting another lie upon the original falsehood.' He was here interrupted by the Provost and bis officers, and Guy, the Grand...
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The Ashlar, Volume 2

Allyn Weston, Charles Scott - 1857
...falsehoods, and impute scandalous sins and horrible offenses to an illustrious Order that has ever nobly served the cause of Christianity. I disdain...disgraceful existence, by engrafting another lie upon the original falsehood ; and here, in the presence of this people and my God, I attest the innocence...
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The popular educator, Volume 1; Volume 29

Popular educator - 1872
...consists in having, to my shame and dishonour, suffered myself, through the pain of torture and the fear of death, to give utterance to falsehoods imputing...iniquities to an illustrious order, which hath nobly served tho cause of Christianity. I disdain to purchase snch a wretched trad disgraceful existence by engrafting...
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The popular educator, Volumes 1-2; Volume 37

Popular educator - 1876
...consists in having, to my shame and dishonour, suffered myself, through the pain of torture and the fear of death, to give utterance to falsehoods imputing...nobly served the cause of Christianity. I disdain to purchase such a, wretched and disgraceful existence by engrafting another lie upon the original falsehood."...
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