The Quakers, who formed the strength of the colony, represented a phase of Puritanism more liberal than independency.
He has fought for that independency, for which Mr. Jefferson only wrote.
independency leads to isolated action on the part of local Churches.
Such was independency when it flourished all over East Anglia.
He urged Lee to lay his hand upon his heart, and say whether the Americans wanted freedom from taxation or independency.
I don't see how you could lay out part of your independency to more advantage.
It cannot possibly teach one man Episcopacy; another, Presbyterianism; and another, independency.
Catholicity is the attribute of the Church, independency of sectaries.
It was a frugality founded, not upon avarice, but upon the love of independency.
She is cast from a state of independency into one of obligation.