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" If a man's fafety or profperity fhould depend upon winds or rains, muft new motions be imprejfcd upon the atmofphere, and new directions given to the floating parts of it, by fome extraordinary and new influence from God ?" III. Sometimes the original... "
Q. Horatii Flacci Epistolae ad Pisones, et Augustum - Page 225
by Horace, Richard Hurd, William Mason - 1776
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The religion of nature delineated [by W. Wollaston].

William Wollaston - 1725
...fafety or profperity mould depend upon winds or rains, muft new motions be impreft upon the atmofphere, and new directions given to the floating parts of...it, by fome extraordinary and new influence from God ? Muft clouds be Ib precipitated, or kept in fufpenfee, as the cafe of a particular man or two requires...
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The religion of nature delineated [by W. Wollaston].

William Wollaston - 1731
...fafety orprofperity ihould depend upon winds or rains, mult new motions be impreft upon the atmofphere, and new directions given to the floating parts of it, by fome ex. traordinary and нети influence from God ? Mult clouds be fo precipitated, or kept in fufpencec,...
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The Religion of Nature Delineated

William Wollaston - Ethics - 1746 - 395 pages
...fafety or profperity mould depend upon winds or rains, muft new motions be impreft upon the atmofphere, and new directions given to the floating parts of it, by fome extraordinary nary and new Influence from God ? Muft clouds be fo precipitated, or kept in fufpence a , as the cafe...
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A Letter to Mr. Mason: On the Marks of Imitation

Richard Hurd - 1757 - 76 pages
...or profperity fhould depend upon winds or rains, muft new motions be imprejfcd upon the atmofphere, and new directions given to the floating parts of...in a kind of circumlocution. Yet this artifice does riot conceal him, efpecially if fome fragments, as it were, of the inventor's phrafe are found difperfedly...
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A Letter to Mr. Mason: On the Marks of Imitation

Richard Hurd, William Mason - Imitation (in literature) - 1757 - 76 pages
...or profperity fhould depend upon winds or rains, muft new motions be imprej/ed upon the atmofphere, and new directions given to the floating parts of...Sometimes the original expreffion is not taken but paraphrased ; and the writer difguifes himfelf in a kind of circumlocution. Yet this artifice does...
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Q. Horatii Flacci Epistolae Ad Pisones, Et Augustum: With an ..., Volume 3

Horace, Richard Hurd - Poetry - 1766
...or profperity mould depend upon winds or rains, muft new motions be impreffed upon the atmofphere, and new directions given to the floating parts of...expreffion is not taken but paraphrafed ; and the writer difgtiifes himfelf in a kind of circumlocution. Yet this artifice does not conceal him, efpecially...
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A Sequel to the Printed Paper Lately Circulated in Warwickshire by the Rev ...

Samuel Parr - Clergy - 1792 - 181 pages
...draw-back unhappily lies here; for the fame f critic tells us, " that the original expreffion is fometimes not taken, but paraphrafed, and the writer difguifes himfelf in a kind of circumlocution. Yet," fays he, " this artifice does not conceal him, efpecially if fome fragments of the inventor's phrafe...
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The Works of Richard Hurd, Lord Bishop of Worcester: Critical works

Richard Hurd - Theology, Doctrinal - 1811
...HI. Sometimes the original expression is not taken but paraphrased ; and the writer disguises himself in a kind of circumlocution. Yet this artifice does not conceal him, especially if some fragments, as it were, of the inventor's phrase are found dispersedly in the imitation....
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The Works of Samuel Parr, ...: With Memoirs of His Life and Writings, and a ...

Samuel Parr, John Johnstone - 1828
...Expression, " the original expression is not taken, but paraphrased; and the writer disguises himself in a kind of circumlocution. Yet this artifice does not conceal him, especially if some fragments, as it were, of the inventor's phrase are found dispersedly in the imitation."...
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