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" ... of ecclesiastical independence which are so common in Western Europe, and that spirit of opposition to the civil power which animates the Roman Catholic clergy, are entirely foreign to their minds. If a bishop sometimes complains to an intimate friend... "
Russia - Page 185
by Donald Mackenzie Wallace - 1877
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Russia. Popular ed

sir Donald Mackenzie Wallace - 1885 - 666 pages
...minds. If a bishop sometimes complains to an intimate friend that he has been brought to St. Petersburg and made a member of the Synod, merely to append his...loyalty and devotion to the Tsar, and has no desire to seo his Majesty excluded from all influence in ecclesiastical affairs ; but he feels saddened and humiliated...
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The Californian, Volume 2

California - 1880 - 596 pages
...* If a bishop sometimes complains to an intimate friend that he has been brought to St. Petersburg and made a member of the Synod, merely to append his...Emperor, but against the Procureur. He is full of loyalty to the Tsar, and has no desire to see his Majesty excluded from all influence in ecclesiastical affairs;...
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