The Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine, Nide 11

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J. Whittle, 1802
 

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Sivu 200 - let their be lights in the firmament of the heaven, to divide the day from the
Sivu 229 - There are fome profeffions, in which a man of very confined acquisitions may arrive at the firft eminence ^ and in which he will perhaps be the more likely to excel, the more he has concentrated, the whole force of his mind to one particular object. But fuch a perfon, however
Sivu 221 - to the chapter : feventh, Profperity to the church of England : eighth, I, . to the church the living call, and to the grave do fummon all.
Sivu 229 - therefore, to cultivate the mind to the extent of its capacity, we muft not reft fatisfied with that employment which its faculties receive from our particular fituation in life. It is not in the awkward and profeffional form of a mechanic, who has ftrengthened particular
Sivu 268 - exprefsly commands us to love our enemies, to blefs them that curfe us, to do .good to them that hate us, and pray for them which
Sivu 257 - the building fitly framed together, groWeth into an holy, temple in the Lord/ (Eph. ii. 20.) St. Jude exhorts his
Sivu 112 - This magnificent theatre of nature has all the decorations which the trees and animals of the country can afford it. Groves of poplars in every
Sivu 229 - eminence ^ and in which he will perhaps be the more likely to excel, the more he has concentrated, the whole force of his mind to one particular object. But fuch a perfon, however
Sivu 28 - which we call, from, their excellence, the Scriptures, contain, independently of a divine origin, more true sublimity, more exquisite beauty,

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