孤岛惊魂2中文版Or if some vestige of those gleamsThis volume begins with England. A faithful history of the Reformation is now perhaps more necessary to that country than to any other. The general opinion on the Continent, excepting that of the blind partisans of popery, is that the cause of Reform is won, and that there is no need to defend it. Strange to say this is not entirely true with regard to England—a country so dear to the friends of truth and liberty. Nay, even among Anglican ministers, a party has been formed enthusiastic in behalf of rites, sacerdotal vestments, and superstitiousFROM THE REV. ROBERT CLARK.Talk of thy glorious liberty, and then孤岛惊魂2中文版
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