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" Superstition. My common conversation I do acknowledge austere, my behaviour full of rigour, sometimes not without morosity ; yet at my Devotion I love to use the civility of my knee, my hat, and hand, with all those outward and sensible motions which... "
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by John Hill Burton - 1862 - 384 pages
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The works of Sir Thomas Browne, Volume 1

Sir Thomas Browne - 1904
...all : I am, I confess, naturally inclined to that which misguided Zeal terms Superstition : my common conversation I do acknowledge austere, my behaviour...which may express or promote my invisible Devotion. ^//^7* I should violate my own arm rather than a Church ; '' swy nor willingly deface the name...
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Social Life Under the Stuarts

Elizabeth Godfrey, Jessie Bedford - Great Britain - 1904 - 273 pages
...I am, I confess, naturally ' inclined to that which misguided zeal calls superstition : ' my common conversation I do acknowledge austere, my ' behaviour...devotion I love to use the civility of my knee, ' my hat, my hand, with all those outward and sensible ' motions which may express or promote my invisible '...
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Crowned Masterpieces of Literature that Have Advanced Civilization ..., Volume 2

Edward Archibald Allen, William Schuyler - Essays - 1908
...zeal terms superstition: my common conversation I do acknowledge austere, my behavior full of rigor, sometimes not without morosity; yet at my devotion...which may express or promote my invisible devotion. 1 should violate my own arm rather than a church, nor willingly deface the name of saint or martyr....
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Seventeenth century men of latitude: forerunners of the new theology

Edward Augustus George - 1908 - 199 pages
...and crucifix (dangerous to the common people) deceive not my judgment, nor abuse my devotion at all. At my devotion I love to use the civility of my knee, my hat, and my hand, with all those outward and sensible motions which may express or promote my invisible devotion....
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A DOCTOR'S TABLE TALK

JAMES G. MUMFORD - 1912
...that which misguided Zeal terms Superstition. My common conversation I do acknowledge austere. . . . Yet at my Devotion I love to use the civility of my...which may express or promote my invisible Devotion." Our kind friend has a joyous faith; he believes his fellow men to be loyal and sound, and he worships...
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Religio Medici

Sir Thomas Browne - Christian ethics - 1922 - 270 pages
...Lam. T_cnnfpss, naturally inclined to ^> that, which misguided Zeal_tgrms Superstition ) my common conversation I do acknowledge austere, my behaviour full of rigour, sometimes not without morosityj yet at my Devotion I loye to use the civility of my knee, my hat, and hand,, with all those...
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The Eclectic Review

Literary Criticism - 1866
...terms " superstition: my common conversation I do acknowledge " austere, my behaviour full of rigor, sometimes not without " morosity; yet at my devotion...express or promote my invisible devotion. " I should cut off my arm rather than violate a church-window, 'than deface or demolish the memory of a saint...
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Publications, Volume 33

Oxford (England) - 1897
...says of himself: ' I am naturally inclined to that which misguided zeal terms superstition, my common conversation I do acknowledge austere, my behaviour...my devotion I love to use the civility of my knee hat and hand, with all those outward and sensible motions which may cxpresse or promote my invisible...
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Miscellaneous Works of Sir Thomas Browne: With Some Account of the Author ...

Sir Thomas Browne - Christian ethics - 1831 - 304 pages
...zeal terms superstition. My common conversation I do acknowledge austere, my behaviour full of rigor, sometimes not without morosity. Yet at my devotion...\ love to use the civility of my knee, my hat, and 1 (/ hand, with all those outward and sensible mo- ( tions which may expresss or promote my invisi-...
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