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" This secured their everlasting happiness ; for the baptism purifies them from all sinfulness, and being sent out of the world before they had time to do anything wrong, they were at once admitted into heaven. How happy she exclaimed, are those who secure... "
Awful disclosures of Maria Monk, a narrative of her sufferings in the Hotel ... - Page 49
by Maria Monk - 1837
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The poetical works of Valentine Verity: ed. [or rather written] by S.W. Leonard

S W. Leonard - 1867
...happiness; for the baptism purified them from all sinfulness, and happiness to such little beings ! thank those who kill their bodies, if they had it in their power.' " Awful disclosures, chap vi. page 28. 100 And grinning at his thought of " Monk outwitted ;" Thus...
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The shade of Byron: a mock heroic poem

1871
...out of the world before they had time to do anything wrong, they were at once admitted into Heaven. ' How happy,' she exclaimed, ' are those who secure...kill their bodies, if they had it in their power.' " Awful Ditclotures, chap vi. page 28. 100 And grinuiug at his thought of " Monk outwitted ;" Thus...
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Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk: As Exhibited in a Narrative of Her ...

Maria Monk, Hoyte - Anti-Catholicism - 1878 - 188 pages
...out of the world before they had time to do anything wrong, they were at once admitted into heaven." How happy," she exclaimed, " are those who secure immortal happiness to such little beings ! Their souls would thank those who kill their bodies if they had it in their power." Into what a place and...
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Why Priests Should Wed

Justin Dewey Fulton - Celibacy - 1888 - 339 pages
...of the world before they had time to do any thing wrong, they were at once admitted into heaven. ' How happy,' she exclaimed, ' are those who secure...kill their bodies if they had it in their power.' " ' This book was printed in 1836. It was pronounced untrue in fact and in detail. It was in the air...
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Conspiracy and Romance: Studies in Brockden Brown, Cooper, Hawthorne, and ...

Robert S. Levine, Robert Steven Levine - Literary Criticism - 1989 - 302 pages
...reform communitarianism, and the connection of these parallel movements to the history of Brook Farm. "Into what a place and among what society had I been admitted!" The debates of the Reformation and England's religious-political crises of the sixteenth and seventeenth...
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Pope-Pourri: What You Don't Remember From Catholic School

Humor - 1994 - 208 pages
...out of the world before they had time to do anything wrong, they were at once admitted into heaven. "How happy, she exclaimed, are those who secure immortal happiness to such little beings! Their souls would thank those who kill their bodies, if they had it in their power! Into what a place and...
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Religions of the United States in Practice, Volume 1

Colleen McDannell - History - 2001 - 528 pages
...out of the world before they had time to do anything wrong, they were at once admitted into heaven. How happy, she exclaimed, are those who secure immortal happiness to such little beings! Their souls would thank those who kill their bodies, if they had it in their power. Into what a place, and...
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