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" And surely in my opinion, there cannot be a more base, and yet hurtfull-, corruption in a Countrey, then is the vile use (or other abuse) of taking Tobacco in this Kingdome, which hath mooved me, shortly to discover the abuses thereof in this following... "
A Covnter-blaste to Tobacco - Page 9
edited by - 1885 - 32 pages
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A true and certaine relation of a strange-birth, which was borne at Stone ...

Thomas Bedford - 1872
...Ouilibet e populo may serre to be a Physician, by discorering and impugning the error, and by persuading reformation thereof. And surely in my opinion, there cannot be a more base, and yet hurtful, corruption in a country, than is the vile me (or other abuse) of tahing Tobacco in this hingdom,...
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My Recollections from 1806 to 1873, Volume 2

Lord William Pitt Lennox - Great Britain - 1874
...society seemed to be that of James the First, who denounced the fragrant weed in the following terms, " Surely in my opinion there cannot be a more base and yet hurtful corruption in a country than is the vile use (or rather abuse) of taking tobacco in this Kingdom."...
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A Covnter-blaste to Tobacco

Edmund Goldsmid - Tobacco - 1884 - 32 pages
...King, or any inferior Magistrate, but Quilibet e populo may serve to be a Phisician, by discoueritig and impugning the error, and by perswading reformation...in this Kingdome, which hath moued me, shortly to discouer the abuses thenof in this following little Pamphlet, If any thinke it a light Argument, so...
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A Covnter-blaste to Tobacco

1884 - 32 pages
...King, or any inferior Magistrate, but Quilibet e populo may serve to be a Phisician, by disconering and impugning the error, and by perswading reformation...in my opinion, there cannot be a more base, and yet hurtful! corruption in a Countrey, then is the vile vse (or other abuse] of taking Tobacco in this...
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A Covnter-blaste to Tobacco

Edmund Goldsmid - Tobacco - 1885 - 32 pages
...sorts of corruption in Common-wealthes, not onely the King, or any inferior Magistrate, but Quilibet t populo may serve to be a Phisician, by discouering...a Countrey, then is the vile vse (or other abuse'] oj taking Tobacco in this Kingdome, which hath inoued me, shortly to discover the abuses thereof in...
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A Royal Rhetorician: A Treatise on Scottis Poesie, a Counterblaste to ...

James I (King of England) - English poetry - 1900 - 84 pages
...King, or any inferior Magistrate, but Quilibet fe populo may serve to be a Phisician, by discovering and impugning the error, and by perswading reformation...hurtfull-, corruption in a Countrey, then is the vile use (or other abuse) of taking Tobacco in this Kingdome, which hath mooved me, shortly to discover...
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A Royal Rhetorician: A Treatise on Scottis Poesie, a Counterblaste to ...

James I (King of England) - English poetry - 1900 - 84 pages
...Quilibet fe populo may serve to be a Phisician, by discovering and impugning the error, and by persivading reformation thereof. And surely in my opinion, there...hurtfull, corruption in a Countrey, then is the vile use (or ether abuse) of taking Tobacco in this Kingdome, which hath mooved me, shortly to discover...
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The Practitioner, Volume 75

Family medicine - 1905
...1604. King James the First was the forerunner of the modern denouncer of tobacco. He believed that " there cannot be a more base, and yet hurtfull, corruption in a countrey than is the vile use (or other abuse) of taking Tobacco in this Kingdome." He was moved to write on...
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Workfellows in Social Progression

Kate Stephens - American newspapers - 1916 - 328 pages
...generall sluggishnesse, which makes us wallow in all sorts of idle delights, and soft delicacies. . . . There cannot be a more base, and yet hurtfull corruption in a Countrey, then is the vile use (or other abuse) of taking Tobacco." "Omnipotent power of Tobacco!" . . . "Many in this kingdom...
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Drama and the Market in the Age of Shakespeare

Douglas Bruster - Business & Economics - 2005 - 184 pages
...the pollution of the body with tobacco leads, correspondingly, to the corruption of the body politic: "surely in my opinion, there cannot be a more base, and yet hurtful, corruption in a Country, than is the vile use (or rather abuse) of taking Tobacco in this...
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