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" Not so neither ; for if I changed my religion, I am sure I kept true to my principle ; which is, to live and die the vicar of Bray! "
The History of Man: Displaying the Various Powers, Faculties, Capacities ... - Sivu 133
1746
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Arithmetical questions, on a new plan: a suppl. to Introduction to arithmetic

William Butler - 1795
...gown was reproached for his verfatility of religious creeps, he mad: anfwer — " I cannot help that : but, if I changed my religion, I am fure I kept true to my principle; which, is, to hve and die vicar of Bray" * Bray is a fmall Tillage in Berkfhire, three miles from Windfor, and one...

Curiosities of Literature: Consisting of Anecdotes, Characters ..., Nide 1

Isaac Disraeli - 1798
...was reproached for his verfatility of religious creeds, he made an-* f\ver, ' I cannot help that : but, if I changed my religion, I am fure I kept true...principle ; which is, to live and die Vicar of Bray!' THE BODY OF C^SAR. A SKILFUL orator fometimes employs perfuafions more forcible than the figures or...

A Dictionary of Literary Conversation

1785 - 148 sivua
...Jleady believer was reproached with being a fcandal to the gown, he replied, ' I cannot help that : but, if I changed my religion, I am fure I kept true...principle, which is, to live and die Vicar of Bray.' VIRGINITY. WHAT fhould we fay at this period of a woman near death, who fhould lament dying without...

Curiosities of Literature, Nide 1

Isaac Disraeli - 1807
...changeling, as Fuller expresses it, he replied, " Not so neither ! for if I changed my religion, I am sure I kept true to my principle ; which is, to live and die the Vicar of Bray !" This vivacious and reverend hero has given birth to a proverb peculiar to his...

The Lady's Weekly Miscellany, Nide 8

1808
...to another, "I cannot help that," said the vicar, " but, if I changed ray religion, I am sure that I kept true to my principle, which is to live and die Vicar of Bray." •Means of cleansing- ffouses, &c. of Rats and Mice. A, plant, which grows in abundfance ia every...

Arithmetical Questions on a New Plan: Intended to Answer the Double Purpose ...

William Butler - 1811 - 494 sivua
...religious creeds, he made anfwer, — " I cannot help that : but, if I change my religion, I am fure I keep true to my principle ; which is, to live and die Vicar of Bray." Conduft like that of our confcienceproftituting vicar, doubtlefs fuggefted to that " true child of...

The Enquirer: Or, Literary, Mathematical, and Philosophical ..., Nide 2

William Marrat, Pishey Thompson - 1812
...versatility of religious creeds, he answered, " I cannot help that; but if I changed my religion, I am sure I kept true to my principle, which is, to live and die Vicar of Bray." ENGRAVING ON WOOD. The earliest impression of a wood-cut, of which we have any certain account, is...

The Theological and Miscellaneous Works of Joseph Priestley, Nide 18

Joseph Priestley - 1787
...of religious creeds, he made answer, ' I cannot help that: but, if 1 changed my religion, I am sure I kept true to my principle ; which is, to live and die Vicar of Bray !'" Ciiriorilitt of Literature, 1 79 1 , pp. 392, 393. One of Waktfiett's correspondents, in 1778,...

The Nic-Nac; or, oracle of knowledge, Nide 3

1825
...changeling, as Fuller oxpresses it, he replied, " Not so, neither ; for if I changed my religion, I am sure I kept true to my principle, which is to live and die V'icarofBray!" This vivacious and Reverend hero has given birth to a proverb peculiar to this country,...

Curiosities of Literature, Nide 2

Isaac Disraeli - 1823
...changeling, as Fuller expresses it, he replied, " Not so neither ! for if I changed my religion, I am sure I kept true to my principle ; which is, to live and die the vicar of Bray !" This vivacious and reverend hero has given birth to a proverb peculiar to his...




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