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14. oldal - ... a custom loathsome to the eye, hateful to the nose, harmful to the brain, dangerous to the lungs, and in the black stinking fume thereof, nearest resembling the horrible Stygian smoke of the pit that is bottomless.
15. oldal - Tobacco battered, and the pipes shattered, about their ears that idly idolize so base and barbarous a weed, or at leastwise overlove so loathsome a vanity, by a volley of holy shot thundered from Mount Helicon."§...
13. oldal - ... enchanted with them. And further, besides all this, it is like hell in the very substance of it, for it is a stinking, loathsome thing ; and so is hell.
7. oldal - The Grand Duke of Moscow prohibited its entrance into his dominions under pain of the "knout" for the first offence, and death for the next; and in other parts of Russia the practice of smoking was denounced, and all smokers condemned to have their noses cut off! The Shah of Persia, and other Eastern sovereigns, were equally severe in their enactments.
122. oldal - What put my Pipe Out ; or, Incidents in the Life of a Clergyman. Cloth.
120. oldal - It is not only one of the cheapest, but the very best pennyworth that has come under our notice for a considerable time. We "feel fully persuaded that it is, next to the Bible itself, the very best book that can be placed in the hands of a child by its parents.
13. oldal - Thirdly, it maketh men drunken and light in the head; so do all the vanities of the world ; men are drunken therewith. Fourthly, he that taketh tobacco, saith he cannot leave it, it doth bewitch him ; even so the pleasures of the world make men loath to leave them, they are for the most part so enchanted with them.