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" IT is of the last importance to season the passions of a child with devotion, which seldom dies in a mind that has received an early tincture of it. Though it may seem extinguished for a while by the cares of the world, the heats of youth, or the allurements... "
Miscellanies, Moral and Instructive, in Prose and Verse - الصفحة 157
1787 - عدد الصفحات: 198
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...which feldom dies in a mind that has received an early tincture of it. Though it may (eem extinguished for a while by the cares of the world, the heats of...confideration, age or misfortunes have brought the man to himielf. The fire may be covered and overlaid, but cannot be entirely quenched and fmothered. 5)52....

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...early tincture of it; tho' it may feem extinguifhed for a while, by the cares of the world, the heat of youth, or the allurements of vice, it generally...The fire may be covered and over-laid, but cannot entirely be quenched and fmothered. II. It is an unfpeakable advantage to poffefs our minds, with an...

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1778
...which feldom dies in a mind that has received an early tinfture of it. Though it may feem extinguifhed for a while by the cares of the world, the heats of...The fire may be covered and overlaid, but cannot be intirely quenched and fmor; thered. A ftate of temperance, fobriety, and juftice, without devotion,...

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...which feldom dies in a mind that has received an early tin&ure of it. Though it mar ieera extinguifhed for a while by the cares of the world, the heats of...breaks out and difcovers itfelf again, as foon as dilcretion confideration, age, or misfortunes have brought the man to himfelf. The fire may be covered...

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...which feldom dies in a mind that has received an early tincture of it. Though it may feem extinguiflied for a while by the cares of the world, the heats of...covered and overlaid, but cannot be entirely quenched quenched and fmothered. A ftate of temperance, fobriety and juftice without devotion, is a cold, lifelefs,...




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