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" Faults, that in the world we laught at, when they attain the dignity and purity of sacred things, become matter of serious regrets. I speak nothing further of the ostentatious display of pious and benevolent exertion. We live at a time when religion,... "
The Listener - Page 245
by Caroline Fry - 1833 - 269 pages
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The Listener, Volume 2

Caroline Fry Wilson - 1832
...view of every thing thing that belongs to them, past, present, and to come : and wo to the secrets of those who may chance to have been in connexion...speak more seriously. Faults, that in the world we laught at, when they attain the dignity and purity of sacred things, become matter of serious regrets....
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Ladies' Vase, Or, Polite Manual for Young Ladies: Original and Selected

American lady - Conduct of life - 1843 - 191 pages
...bird's-eye view of every thing that belongs to them, past, present, and to come; and woe to the secrets of those who may chance to have been in connexion...see ten miles round. There is an egotism of which we mu|t epeak more seriously. Faults, that in the world we laugh at, when they attain the dignity and...
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The Ladies' Vase, Or, Polite Manual for Young Ladies: Original and Selected

American lady - Etiquette for women - 1849 - 139 pages
...past, present, and to come ; and woe to the secrets of those who may chance to have been in connection with these egotists ; in such a view, you must needs see ten miles around. There is an egotism, of which we must speak more seriously. Faults, that in the world we laugh...
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The listener

Caroline Wilson - 1856
...bird's-eye view of everything that belongs to them, past, present, and to come : and woe to the secrets of those who may chance to have been in connexion...purity of sacred things, become matter of serious regret. I speak nothing of the ostentatious display of pious and benevolent exertion, too well depicted...
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The Listener

Caroline Fry Wilson - 1867
...bird's-eye view of everything that belongs to them, past, present, and to come : and woe to the secrets of those who may chance to have been in connexion...egotists ! — in such a view, you must needs see ten milea round. There is an egotism of which we must speak more seriously. Faults, that in the world we...
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