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" Fathers) are sinful, heathenish, lewd, ungodly spectacles, and most pernicious corruptions, condemned in all ages as intolerable mischiefs to Churches, to Republics, to the manners, minds, and souls of men... "
Lehrbuch einer allgemeinen Literärgeschichte aller bekannten Völker der Welt ... - Page 186
by Johann Georg Theodor Grässe - 1853
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The Pamphleteer, Volume 25

Abraham John Valpy - Great Britain - 1825
...diveU which we retkiunce in baptism if we believe the fathers) are binful, heathenish, lewde ungodly spectacles and most pernicious corruptions, condemned...mischiefs to churches, to republics, to the manners mincles and souls of men. And that the profession of play-poets, of stage-players; together with the...
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Some Account of the English Stage: From the Restoration in 1660 to ..., Volume 1

John Genest - Theater - 1832
...* * of 55 " Synods, of 71 Fathers, &c. &c. that stage plays are " sinful, heathenish, lewd, ungodly spectacles, and "most pernicious corruptions; condemned,...all " ages, as intolerable mischiefs to Churches, to Re" publics, to the manners, minds, and souls of men ; " and that the profession of play -poets, of...
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Some Account of the English Stage: From the Restoration in 1660 to ..., Volume 1

John Genest - Theater - 1832
...pernicious corruptions; condemned, in all " ages, as intolerable mischiefs to Churches, to Re" publics, to the manners, minds, and souls of men ; " and that the profession of play-poets, of stage" players, together with the penning, acting, and " frequenting of stage-plays,...
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1833
...which we renounce in public baptism if we believe the fathers,) are simply heathenish, leud, ungodly spectacles, and most pernicious corruptions; condemned...republics, to the manners, minds, and souls of men." The king's printers, in an edition of the Bible, had committed the awkward error of omitting the word...
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Memoirs of the Court of King Charles the First, Volume 1

Lucy Aikin - Great Britain - 1833
...devil which we renounce in baptism if we believe the fathers,) are simply heathenish, leud, ungodly spectacles, and most pernicious corruptions; condemned...republics, to the manners, minds, and souls of men." Of reasoning there is little or nothing; the author's part is all railing. Nor does he confine himself...
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Select Journal of Foreign Periodical Literature, Volume 1; Volume 3

Andrews Norton, Charles Folsom - 1834
...which we renounce in public baptism if we believe the Fathers,) are simply heathenish, leud, ungodly spectacles, and most pernicious corruptions; condemned...republics, to the manners, minds, and souls of men." The history of Laud's infamous practices are then followed up by Miss Aikin, who, we perceive, has...
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Memoirs of the Musical Drama, Volume 1

George Hogarth - Opera - 1838 - 464 pages
...which we renounced in baptisme, if we believe the fathers) are sinfull, heathenish, lewde, ungodly spectacles, and most pernicious corruptions ; condemned...all ages as intolerable mischiefs to churches, to republickes, to the manners, minds, and soulesof men. And that the profession of play-poets, of stage-players,...
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Ragland castle

Katherine Thomson - 1843
...which Prynne, in his "Histriomastix," denounced as "Antichristian, heathenish, pernicious, intolerant mischiefs to churches, to republics, to the manners, minds, and souls of men." The play was of an intolerable length ; but then the virtue of patience, which ha£ gone out of fashion...
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Memoirs of the Opera in Italy, France, Germany, and England, Volume 1

George Hogarth - Dramatic music - 1851
...which we renounced in baptisme, if we believe the fathers) are sinfull, heathenish, lewde, ungodly spectacles, and most pernicious corruptions; condemned...all ages as intolerable mischiefs to churches, to republickes, to the manners, minds, and soules of men. And that the profession of play-poets, of stage-players,...
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The Life of John Milton: Narrated in Connection with the Political ..., Volume 1

David Masson - 1859
...Divell, which we renounce in Baptism, if we believe the Fathers) are sinful, heathenish, lewd, ungodly spectacles, and most pernicious corruptions, condemned...all ages as intolerable mischiefs to Churches, to 4 Republics, to the manners, minds, and souls of men ; and that the profession of Play-Poets, of Stage-Players,...
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