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" ... would Compound for sins they were inclined to, By damning those they had no mind to. "
The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ... - Page 422
redigeeritud poolt - 1875
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The Novels and Romances of Anna Eliza Bray ..., 6. köide

1845
...lessons, has admirably described their principles in two lines of his verse ; for he says they would Compound for sins they were inclined to, By damning those they had no mind to. Captain Butler, however, found out a better way than this to compound for his favourite vices; he sanctioned...
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The novels and romances of A.E. Bray, 6. köide

1845
...lessons, has admirably described their principles in two lines of his verse ; for he says they would Compound for sins they were inclined to. By damning those they had no mind to. Captain Butler, however, found out a better way than this to compound for his favourite vices; he sanctioned...
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Mrs. Bray (Anna Eliza) - 1845
...lessons, has admirably described their principles in two lines of his verse ; for he says they would Compound for sins they were inclined to, By damning those they had no mind to. Captain Butler, however, found out a better way than this to compound for his favourite vices; he sanctioned...
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The mental and moral philosophy of laughter

Edwin Paxton Hood - 1852
...lists. This piece has never been equalled since Butler's description of Iludibras and his tribe, who " Compound for sins they were inclined to> By damning those they had no mind to ; Still so perverse and opposite, As if they worshipped God for spite." But Iludibras is -wanting in...
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Three lectures on tractarianism

Henry Newland - 1852 - 179 lehte
...dog to bark. Whether his parishioners profited by all this, or whether they went home " Compounding for sins they were inclined to, By damning those they had no mind to," it is impossible to say. " Thus happily the days of Thalaba went by," till on one unlucky Sunday morning,...
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Sam Slick's Wise Saws and Modern Instances: Or, What He Said, Did, Or Invented

Thomas Chandler Haliburton - 1853 - 291 lehte
...the Puritans tolerated wine, rum, gin, brandy, and all that, and forbade kissin' ; it was, I suppose, to " ' Compound for sins they were inclined to, By damning those they had no mind to.' My niece to Charlestown told me, that when her father's brother came from New Bedford, and kissed her,...
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Indigenous Races of the Earth: Or, New Chapters of Ethnological ..., 1. köide

Louis-Ferdinand-Alfred Maury, Ferencz Aurelius Pulszky, James Aitken Meigs - 1857 - 632 lehte
...naturedly permitted those anti-Mohammedan back-sliders, or recusants, to 'compound (always in cash) for sins they were inclined to, by damning those they had no mind to']." Telagaguin, their king, was graudsire of Aboo-Bekr-ebn-Omar, who commanded the Elmoravidian empire....
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Ebb and flow

Ebb - 1859
...not scourge or persecute. There were many such exemplaries in Chalkingdon; many indeed who would " Compound for sins they were inclined to, By damning those they had no mind to;" and many who went much farther, and shunned these poor girls, because an exhibition of severity and...
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The Penny pulpit: a collection of accurately reported sermons by the most ...

1859 - 916 lehte
...alt evil — not some evile. It was said, you know, long ago, of certain professors, that they did * Compound for sins they were inclined to By damning those they had no mind to." And there are some, I dare say, at this day, who think others extremely guilty for committing iniquities...
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River angling for salmon and trout. With a memoir of the author [&c.].

John Younger - 1860
...that they stigmatized it from a moral sentiment ; and this, not so much perhaps from an inclination to " Compound for sins they were inclined to By damning those they had no mind to," as from an opposition to the whimsicalities of early writers on the subject. Such as old Izaac Walton,...
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