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" But such contributions, like picturesque scenery on other mens' estates, will do more to gratify the taste than to extend the resources of the Society that has the benefit of them. I would not, however, by any means say, that all Scottish ministers settled... "
Letter to the rev. Henry Grey, on certain passages contained in the letters ... - Sivu 8
tekijä(t) Charles Thomson (minister of the Scotch church, North Shields.), Anglicanus (pseud.) - 1828
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The Edinburgh Christian Instructor, Nide 27,Numero 1

1828
...Society that has, the benefit of them. I would not, however, by any means say that all Scottish ministen settled in the North of England, or that all poor laymen removing to London, an of thin character ; only that in most cases there is. a spirit of prejudke and cynical discontent...

View of the character, position, and prospects, of the Edinburgh Bible ...

Anglicanus (pseud.) - 1827
...resources of the Society, that has the benefit of them. — I would not, however, by any means say that all Scottish ministers settled in the north of England,...more pious and Christianly-affectioned neighbours * While these pages were passing through the press, a most preposterous account has made its appearance...

Anglicanus scotched [a reply to View of the character, position, and ...

Marcus Dods, Anglicanus (pseud.) - 1828
...resources of the Society that has the benefit of them. I would not, however, by any means say, that all Scottish ministers settled in the North of England,...send money to Edinburgh, in preference to giving it to where their more pious and Christianly-afFectioned neighbours give theirs. It is as easy to tell...




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