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The Bath Fables On Morals Manners And Faith

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The Bath Fables On Morals Manners And Faith
S S Samuel Sheridan Wilson
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— is the host on the alert ? — any sbirri ? " " All right, all right, Signer, " exclaimed several re- sponsive voices ; " with a Ghibeliue at the door, we fear no Guelf. " "Then to it again!" replied the former; "we must finish last week's conference on our actual government and faith. " " Signer Gherardesca, " replied Scotto, waving his short, brawny arm in the air ; " my notions lie not so quiet in my brain, as the wan-iors in the wooden horse at I'roy ; I don't approve these tirades against ...tlie church ; let us respect religion, and confine ourselves to a change in our political frame. I bow to the patriarch or bishop of Rome as head of the church, but I will not have a pope to be my ]irince. Does he not stupidly prohibit the best literature and scientific advances of the age ? Let him return to the simple duties of his s])iritual office, as in primitive ages. Shall Italy be ruled by a bevy of stupid, plebeian priests? cieli ! our country is the laughing-stock of the woi-ld. " " I have an impression, " returned young Moreville, " that Italy never can assure herself of freedom, so long as her faith is really papal ; since tyranny is essen- tially interwoven with its very nature.

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