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Sivu 131 - Far from me and from my friends be such frigid philosophy, as may conduct us indifferent and unmoved over any ground •which has been dignified by wisdom, bravery, or virtue. That man is little to be envied, whose patriotism would not gain force upon the plain of Marathon, or whose piety would not grow warmer among the ruins of lona.
Sivu 133 - Yes, I know it well ; for I see the steeple of that place where God first opened my mouth in public to his glory ; and I am fully persuaded, how weak soever I now appear, that I shall not depart this life, till that my tongue shall glorify his godly name in the same place.
Sivu 1 - That part of the island we had landed on was a narrow ridge, not above musket-shot across, bounded on one side by the sea, and on the other by a creek, extending upwards of a mile inland, and nearly communicating with the sea at its head.
Sivu 254 - ... clad in mourning. Westley, with some associates, visited the island in 1777, and writes thus respecting it: " We have had no such circuit, either in England, Scotland, or Ireland : this island is shut up from the world : there are no disputers, no dissenters of any kind. The governor, bishop, clergy, oppose not. They did for a season, but they grew better acquainted with us.
Sivu 165 - So worthy a part of divine service we should greatly wrong, if we did not esteem Preaching as the blessed ordinance of God, sermons as keys to the kingdom of heaven, as wings to the soul, as spurs to the good affections of man, unto the sound and healthy as food, as physic unto diseased minds.
Sivu 243 - Church, and, having done penance, shall afterwards incur the same censures, he shall not be admitted to do penance again (as has been formerly accustomed) until the Church be fully satisfied of his sincere repentance ; during which time he shall not presume to come within the church, but be obliged to stand in a decent manner at the church door every Sunday and...
Sivu 242 - Offenders of all conditions, without distinction, are obliged to submit to the censures appointed by the Church, whether for correction or example, (commutation of penances being abolished by a late law,) and they generally do it patiently. Such as do not submit (which...
Sivu 373 - STEERSMAN, God the Father Almighty, for the love of Jesus Christ His Son, by the comfort of the Holy Ghost, the one God, who miraculously brought the children of Israel through the Red Sea, and brought Jonas to land out of the belly of the whale, and the apostle St. Paul, and his ship, to safety, from the troubled raging sea, and from the violence of a tempestuous storm, deliver, sanctify, bless, and conduct us, peaceably, calmly, and comfortably, through the sea to our harbour...
Sivu 242 - if the ancient discipline of the church were lost, it might be found in all its purity in the Isle of Man.
Sivu 235 - The first advantage of the country is a perfect unanimity in matters of religion, strictly conformable to the doctrines and discipline of the Church of England. The next advantage to this is the goodness of their laws, admirably adapted to their constitution. Lord Chief Justice Coke saith that the Isle of Man has such laws, the like whereof are not to be found in any other place.