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" Children are to be brought up apart from their parents till they are fourteen years of age. " Money lent in this world will be repaid in the next. "
The history of England - Page xii
by Rapin de Thoyras (Paul, M.) - 1757
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A New History of England, from the Time that the Phoenicians First Landed in ...

William Blennerhassett - 1751 - 2740 pages
...Difobedient are to be fhut out from the Sacrifices. Great Care is to be taken of the Education of Children. Children are to be brought up apart from their Parents, till they are fourteen Years of Age. Every thing derives its Original from Heaven. None muft be inftru&ed but in the facred Groves. Thefe...
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The Monthly Review, Volume 15

1756
...are to be flain upon the altars, or burnt alive, inclofed in wicker, in honour of the Gods; that there is another ' world, and they who kill themfelves,...accompany their* * friends thither, will live with them there ; that all mailers ' of families are kings in their own houfes, and have a power * of life...
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The Lady's Museum, Volume 1

1760
...prohibited. XIV. He that comes laft to the aflembly of the ftates ought to be punifhed with death. XV. Children are to be brought up apart from their parents, till they are fourteen years of age. XVI. Money lent in this world will be repaid in the next. XVII. There is another world, and they who...
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A Museum for Young Gentlemen and Ladies: Or, a Private Tutor for Little ...

Children's literature - 1778 - 186 pages
...He who comes laft to the AfTembly of the States ought to be punifhed with Death. 8. Children mould be brought up apart from their Parents, till they are fourteen Years of Age. 9. There is another World ; and they who kill themfelves to accompany their Friends thither, will live...
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A Museum for Young Gentlemen and Ladies; Or, A Private Tutor for Little ...

Children's literature - 1806 - 190 pages
...He who comes laft to the AfTerably of the ftates ought to be puniflied with death. 8. Children ought to be brought up apart from their parents, till they are fourteen years of age. 9. There 9. There is another world ; and they who kill themfelves to accompany their friends thither...
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The cruet stand, select pieces of prose and poetry

C. Gough - 1853
...prohibited. 14. — He that comes last to the Assembly of the States ought to be punished with death. 15. — Children are to be brought up apart from their parents, till they are fourteen years of age. 16. — Money lent in this world will be repaid in the next. 17. — There is another world, and they...
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Events to be remembered in the history of England

Charles Selby - 1854
...be prohibited. " He that comes last to the assembly of the States ought to be punished with death. " Children are to be brought up apart from their parents...next. " There is another world, and they who kill themselves to accompany their friends thither will live with them there. " Letters given to dying persons,...
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The New code, 1871. The useful knowledge reading books, ed. by E.T. Stevens ...

Edward Thomas Stevens - 1873
...upon the funeral piles of the dead, will be faithfully delivered in the other world. 9. Children must be brought up apart from their parents till they are fourteen years of age. 10. The utmost attention must be bestowed upon the education of children. 11. The moon is the sovereign...
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The Germs and Developments of the Laws of England: Embracing the Anglo-Saxon ...

Great Britain - Common law - 1889 - 370 pages
...prohibited." " He that comes last to the assembly of the states ought to be punished with death." , " Children are to be brought up apart from their parents...repaid in the next." " There is another world, and those who kill themselves, to accompany their friends, will live with them there." " Letters given...
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