Hours of fun. Fun for the whole family. I guess my next step will be to make
it a little speedier; it’s not too efficiently-coded just yet.
are another pacifist Christian sect that apparently preached tax resistance,
at least in its Hungarian incarnation.
On , the
Friends’ Intelligencer published the following
(which it sourced to Voice of Peace):
A new variety of the Mennonite, or continental Quaker sect, is gaining ground
in Hungary to an extent that threatens considerable embarrassment to the
Administration. These so-called Nazarines not only disown all clerical
organization and refuse to take any oath or enter any military service, but
they dispute the lawfulness of taxes that go to support a State Church or
army. All assessments made on them are therefore levied under protest. They
are said to be an offshoot of Calvinism, but have of late been largely
recruited from among the working Catholic population, so that their numbers,
estimated a few years since at 6,000 only, are now officially stated at
30,000, and said to be really much larger.
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