The Athenian Oracle: Being an Entire Collection of All the Valuable Questions and Answers in the Old Athenian Mercuries. ... By a Member of the Athenian Society
printed, for Andrew Bell, 1704
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Page 96 - Ye cannot drink the cup of the Lord, and the cup of devils : ye cannot be partakers of the Lord's table, and of the table of devils.
Page 318 - And they built the high places of Baal, which are in the valley of the son of Hinnom, to cause their sons and their daughters to pass through the fire unto Molech; which I commanded them not, neither came it into my mind, that they should do this abomination, to cause Judah to sin.
Page 358 - ... a little jarred, each of us following the abundance of his own sense and judgment ; now, I say, be you assured, that even with my whole heart, God is my witness, in the bowels of Christ I love you in the truth, and for the truth's sake which abideth in us, and, as I am persuaded, shall, by the grace of God, abide in us for evermore.
Page 462 - Talk to a Planter of the Soul of a Negro, and he'll be apt to tell ye (or at least his Actions speak it loudly) that the Body of one of them may be worth twenty Pounds; but the Souls of an hundred of them would not yield him one Farthing."85 Among the principal arguments against conversion of slaves were, first, that it would increase the cost of maintenance.
Page 353 - em conceited, and full of themfelves, 'tis a Weaknefs common to our own Sex as well as theirs: There's few Men who have Wit, Senfe, or Learning, but they kriow it; tho' often they are fo prudent to conceal fuch their Knowledge from the World. On the whole, fince they have as noble Souls as we, a finer Genius, and generally quicker Apprehenfions, we lee no reafon why Women fliould not be learned now, as well as Madam Philips, j Van Schxrman, and others, have formerly been...
Page 287 - His faithfulnefs and truth mall be thy fhield and buckler. Thou fhalt not be afraid for any terror by night : nor for the arrow that flieth by day; For the peftilence that walketh in darknefs : nor for the ficknefs that deftroyeth in the noon-day.
Page 1 - Blood hath free paffage thro* the Cavity of the pipe, yet will not the Artery beat below the ligature, but take off the ligature, 'twill beat immediately, And left it...
Page 259 - Fall on me, and hide me from the face of him that sitteth on the throne...
Page 1 - Arteries confift of a quadruple Coat, the Third of .which is made up of Annular or Orbicular carneous Fibres to a good Thicknefs, and is of a Mufcular Nature, after every Pulfe of the Heart, ferving to contract the Velfel fuccefjfively with...
Page 8 - Arteries)therc muft pafs in half an Hours time, fix Pounds of Liquor, all which muft come from the Heart ; and how much more then may we conceive to be driven through all the other Arteries that run through the whole Body? 2. Our fecond Argument to prove it may be taken from the Valves into the Veins, which...