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" In London, where he often did me the honour to communicate the manuscripts of his additional essays, before their publication, I have sometimes, in the course of our intimacy, asked him whether he thought that, if his opinions were universally to take... "
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New Elegant Extracts: A Unique Selection ... from the Most Eminent Prose and ...

Richard Alfred Davenport - English literature - 1827
...antanti," replied the lady, " ce n'est en effect qu' une operation tres naturelle de votre systeme." *»** In London, where he often did me the honour to communicate...to human nature ? " The objections," answered he, " are not without weight ; but error never can produce good, and truth ought to take place of all considerations."...
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New elegant extracts; a selection from the most eminent prose and epistolary ...

New elegant extracts - 1827
...tmtanti," replied the lady, " ce n'est en effect qu' une operation tres nalurelle de votre systeme." **** In London, where he often did me the honour to communicate...to human nature ? " The objections," answered he, " are not without weight; but error never can produce good, and truth ought to take place of all considerations."...
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New Elegant Extracts: A Unique Selection, Moral ..., Volume 2, Parts 3-4

Richard Alfred Davenport - Conduct of life - 1827
...antanti," replied the lady, " ce n'est en effect qu' une operation tres naturelle de votre systeme." **** In London, where he often did me the honour to communicate...to human nature ? " The objections," answered he, " are not without weight; but error never can produce good, and truth ought to take place of all considerations."...
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New elegant extracts: a unique selection, moral, instructive and ..., Volume 2

Richard Alfred Davenport - Conduct of life - 1827
...ane•anti," replied the lady, " ce n'est en effect qu' ttne operation trcs naturelle de votre systeme." **** In London, where he often did me the honour to communicate...the curb of religion was necessary to human nature 1 " The objections," answered he, " are not without weight; but error never can produce good, and truth...
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The Evidences of Christianity in Their External Or Historical Division ...

Charles Pettit McIlvaine - Apologetics - 1832 - 526 pages
...that if his opinions were universally prevalent, mankind would not be rendered more unhappy than they were ; and whether he did not suppose that the curb...necessary to human nature: "The objections," answered he, "are not without weight, but ERROR NEVER CAN PRODUCE GOOD.'' Such is precisely the text of this and...
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The evidences of Christianity in their external or historical division ...

Charles Pettit McIlvaine - Apologetics - 1832 - 526 pages
...that if his opinions were universally prevalent, mankind would not be rendered more unhappy than they were; and whether he did .not suppose that the curb...necessary to human nature: "The objections," answered he, "are not without weight, but ERROR NEVER CAN PRODUCE GOOD." Such is precisely the text of this and...
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The Evidences of Christianity, in Their External Division: Exhibited in a ...

Charles Pettit McIlvaine - Apologetics - 1832 - 526 pages
...that if his opinions were universally prevalent, mankind would not be rendered more unhappy than they were ; and whether he did not suppose that the curb...necessary to human nature: "The objections," answered he, "are not without weight, but ERROR NEVER CAN PRODUCE GOOD." Such is precisely the text of this and...
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The Evidences of Christianity, in Their External Division: Exhibited in a ...

Charles Pettit McIlvaine - Apologetics - 1833 - 424 pages
...saying of Hume. Being asked by a friend, to whom he used to refer his essays, previously to publication, whether he thought that, if his opinions were universally...mankind would not be rendered more unhappy than they were ; and whether he did not suppose that the curb of religion was necessary to human nature ; " The...
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Contributions to the Edinburgh review, Volume 4

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1844
...after the Bible ; and, indeed, is little better than a Christian, in a way of his own!'" — p. 120. " In London, where he often did me the honour to communicate...to human nature ? ' The objections,' answered he, ' are not without weight ; but error never can produce good ; and truth ought to take place of all...
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Contributions to the Edinburgh Review by Francis Jeffrey, Volume 3

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846
...after the Bible; and, indeed, is little better than a Christian, in a way of his own!'" —p. 120. " In London, where he often did me the honour to communicate...to human nature ? ' The objections,' answered he, ' are not without weight; but error never can produce good ; and truth ought to take place of all considerations.'...
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