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Excerpt from Did the Early Church in Ireland Acknowledge the Pope's Supremacy?: Answered, in a Letter to Lord John Manners, From Daniel Rock, D.D
L. Un'der every form of government, especially in one framed as is our own, there will always be some whose opinions must fall with great weight on the public mind. The impression made, will be more or less deep, according to the height in the world's estimation to which, owing to a variety of circumstances, such inﬂuential individuals have been uplifted. One man, by dint of strong mental endowments, makes his way through the crowd, and wins for himself a lofty standing in the eyes of his approving countrymen another reaches the same height, borne aloft by single-mindedness, honesty of purpose, and unﬂinching courage; while not a few, for sake of their noble birth, and ancient widely-branching pedigree, are, through becoming national feelings, listened to, always with courtesy, often with breathless eagerness.
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