2 edition of Shall thought be fettered in England? found in the catalog.
Shall thought be fettered in England?
Taylor, E. G. Freethinker.
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For you shall read that my great-grandfather Never went with his forces into France But that the Scot on his unfurnished kingdom Came pouring like the tide into a breach With ample and brim fullness of his force, Galling the gleanèd land with hot assays, Girding with grievous Shall thought be fettered in England?
book castles and towns, That England, being empty of defense, Hath. I have been too unhappy, I thought, it cannot last, being so unhappy, it would kill you.
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The Key of Time. List ye, O Man. Take of my wisdom. Learn of his deep hidden mysteries of space. Learn of the THOUGHT that grew in the abyss, bringing Order and Harmony in space. Know ye, O man, that all exists has being only because of the LAW.
Know ye the LAW and ye shall be free, never be bound by the fetters of night.