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" It delighteth them who take it ; so do the pleasures of the world delight the men of the world. Thirdly, It maketh men drunken and light in the head; so do the vanities of the world : men are drunken therewith. "
The Oxford Magazine: Or, Universal Museum - 94. oldal
1771
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The complete angler, of I. Walton and C. Cotton, with variorum notes, ed. by ...

Izaak Walton - 1856
...12mo, 1671: " That tobacco was the lively image and pattern of hell; for that it had, by allusion, in it all the parts and vices of the world whereby hell may be gained; to wit:—First, It was a smoke : so are the vanities of this world. Secondly, It delighteth them who...

Tobacco: Its History and Associations; Including an Account of the Plant and ...

Frederick William Fairholt - 1859 - 332 oldal
...follows: — " That tobacco ivas the lively image and pattern of hell ; for that it had, by allusion, in it all the parts and vices of the world whereby hell may be gained ; to wit ; First, It was a smoke ; so are the vanities of this world. Secondly, It delightetli them who take...

What Put My Pipe Out, Or, Incidents in the Life of a Clergyman ...

George Cruikshank - 1862 - 123 oldal
..." Tobacco," saith King James, " is the lively image and pattern of hell ; for it hath, by allusion, in it all the parts and vices of the world whereby hell may be gained : to wit, first it is a smoke, — so are all the vanities of this world. Secondly, it delighteth them that take...

The Complete Angler: Or the Contemplative Man's Recreation, Being a ...

Izaak Walton - 1875 - 320 oldal
...1671 : — " That tobacco was the lively image and pattern of hell : for that it had, by al'usiaa, ra it all the parts and vices of the world whereby hell may be gained ; to wit : First '« was a smoke ; so are the vanities of this world. Secondly, it delighteth them who take...

Tobacco: Its History and Associations; Including an Account of the Plant and ...

Frederick William Fairholt - 1876 - 332 oldal
...follows : — " That tobacco was the lively image and pattern of hell ; for that it had, by allusion, in it all the parts and vices of the world whereby hell may be gained ; to wit ; First, It was a smoke ; so are the vanities of this world. Secondly, It delightcth them who take...

Tobacco: Its History and Associations; Including an Account of the Plant and ...

Frederick William Fairholt - 1876 - 332 oldal
...follows : — " That tobacco was the lively image and pattern of hell; for that it had, by allusion, in it all the parts and vices of the world whereby hell may be gained ; to wit ; First, It was a smoke ; so are the vanities of this world. Secondly, It delighteth them who take...

Columbus Medical Journal: A Magazine of Medicine and Surgery, 33. kötet

1909
...history accredits to James: "Tobacco is the lively image and pattern of hell, for it has by illusion in it all the parts and vices of the world, whereby hell may be gained, to-wit: "First, it is a smoke; so are the vanities of this world. "Second, it delights them who take...

The Gentleman's Magazine, 1. rész

1896
...clear to us that " tobacco was the lively image and pattern of hell, for that it had, by illusion, in it all the parts and vices of the world whereby hell may be gained — to wit, first : It is a smoke ; so are the vanities of this world. Secondly : It delighteth them that take...

The Soverane Herbe: A History of Tobacco

W. A. Penn - 1901 - 326 oldal
...relating to tobacco : ' That tobacco was the lively image and pattern of hell, for it had by allusion in it all the parts and vices of the world, whereby hell may be gained, to wit : ' First, it was a smoke ; so are the vanities of this world. ' Secondly, it delighted them who take...

Annual Register, 12. kötet

Edmund Burke - 1770
...king faid, ' that tobacco was the lively image and pattern of hell ; for that it had, by al' hifitm, in it all the parts and vices of the world, whereby hell may be gained ; ' to wit, Firft, it was a liuoak ; fo are all the vanities of this world. Secondly, ' it delighteth them who take it ; fo do...




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