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" ... few days experience himself. DR. JOHNSON. A SPECIOUS sophistry is not sound argument. I cannot allow you to misapply a Scripture rule. Though Providence has decreed that all things should work together for good, it offers us no latitude to do evil... "
Blue-stocking Hall - Page 141
by William Pitt Scargill - 1827 - 258 pages
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 6

Periodicals - 1835
...reflecting, that what he now contemplates in another, he may in a few days experience himself. DR. JOHNSON. A SPECIOUS sophistry is not sound argument. I cannot...better from positive than from negative precepts. The mind of man is easily corrupted, and clings with tenacity to what it were- better to forget. Whatever...
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The Saturday magazine

1835
...together for good, it offers us no latitude to do evil that good may come of it. Our duty is denned ; we must perform our part as well as we can, and keep ourselves unspotted fr6m the world, leaving events in which we have no power given us of interference, to the wisdom of...
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The church scholar's reading-book, selected from the Saturday magazine

Saturday magazine - 1840
...upon them, so there are many hearts, whose good qualities must be drawn out by sympathy and kindness. A SPECIOUS sophistry is not sound argument. I cannot...interference, to the wisdom of Him, whose ways are uot as our ways. We learn much better from positive than from negative precepts. The mind of man is...
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