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“And that price of non-conformity is too high,” he completed steadily.

Prosecutions for non-conformity were enforced with the utmost severity.

The foibles of their youth are still to be traced in faulting and non-conformity.

He removed to Boston in May, 1644, being probably one of those who were driven away from Virginia for non-conformity.

He was ordered before the Bishop, Dec. 12, 1631, to answer for his non-conformity.

Mr. Robinson had left England as early as 1608, on account of the persecutions for non-conformity, and had retired to Holland.

He told them he would have none of their non-conformity, he would "make them conform or harry them out of the land."

But he was not above a year here until the bishop of Down suspended him and Mr. Blair for non-conformity.

Virtue in relation to opinion consists neither in conformity nor non-conformity, but in sincere beliefs, and in living up to them.

He exacted a rigid conformity to his rules of non-conformity and his scepticism had the absolute accent of a dogma.