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" ... propensity to be at something, without the power to gratify it. I was not singular in my antipathy. The whole herd of us, great and small, learned and unlearned, were parties to it. We were utter antisabbatists ; gladly would we have repudiated the... "
Home Life: What it Is, and what it Needs - 144. oldal
szerző: John Fothergill Waterhouse Ware - 1864 - 180 oldal
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Self-formation; or, The history of an individual mind, by a fellow of a ...

Capel Lofft - 1837
...antisabbatists ; gladly would we have repudiated the property of the long day so heavily bestowed upon us. Of all the painful inflictions of boyhood, I know...than that of wading through the slough of Sunday. To me it was a dead oppression — a sort of journalized nightmare ; I felt in mind as I should have...

Self-formation: Or, The History of an Individual Mind; Intended as ..., 2. kötet

Capel Lofft - 1837
...the property of the long day so heavily bestowed upon us. Of all the painful inflictions of boybood, I know hardly any worse than that of wading through the slough of Sunday. To me it was a dead oppression—a sort of journalized nightmare; I felt in mind as I should have done...

Letters from Hofwyl

Mrs. Barwell (Louisa Mary), William Channing Woodbridge - 1842 - 372 oldal
...in my antipathy. The whole herd of us, great and small, learned and nnlearned, were parties to it. Of all the painful inflictions of boyhood, I know...than that of wading through the slough of Sunday. Surely it is a serious mistake to pre* tend to make the sabbath sacred by making the man idle — to...

Letters from Hofwyl by a parent [L.M. Barwell] on the educational ...

Louisa Mary Barwell, William Channing Woodbridge - 1842
...in my antipathy. The whole herd of us, great and small, learned and unlearned, were parties to it. Of all the painful inflictions of boyhood, I know...than that of wading through the slough of Sunday. Surely it is a serious mistake to pretend to make the sabbath sacred by making the man idle — to...

Self-formation; Or, The History of an Individual Mind: Intended as a Guide ...

Capel Lofft - 1846 - 504 oldal
...antisabbatists ; gladly would we have repudiated the property of the long day so heavily bestowed upon us. Of all the painful inflictions of boyhood, I know...than that of wading through the slough of Sunday. To me it was a dead oppression, — a sort of journalized nightmare ; I felt in mind as I should have...

Friends Intelligencer, 23. kötet

1867
...and our duty is that it be taught to serve wisely. There is one thing which comes under the head of home Sunday, which requires a moment's thought. I...slough of Sunday." This was another injustice the ingenu-, itv of oar fathers contrived for us. I do not v ihi to see the Sunday made into a holiday....




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