Charges, and extracts of charges, on moral and religious subjects

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Printed and sold by D. Hogan, 1803 - Conduct of life - 103 pages
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Page 95 - Ye shall do no unrighteousness in judgment : thou shalt not respect the person of the poor, nor honour the person of the mighty : but in righteousness shalt thou judge thy neighbour.
Page 64 - Who hath woe ? who hath sorrow ? who hath contentions? who hath babbling? who hath wounds without cause ? who hath redness of eyes ? They that tarry long at the wine ; they that go to seek mixed wine.
Page 101 - ... and shall pay or deliver the same or any part thereof, the person or persons so losing and paying or delivering the same, shall be at liberty, within three months then next, to sue for and recover the money or goods so lost and paid or delivered, or any part thereof, from the respective winner or winners thereof, with costs of suit, by action of debt...
Page 96 - Provided always, that nothing herein contained shall be construed to prohibit the dressing of victuals...
Page 96 - If any person shall do or perform any worldly employment or business whatsoever on the Lord's day, commonly called Sunday (works of necessity and charity only excepted...
Page 25 - There woe never found in any age of the world, either philosophy, or sect, or religion, or law, or discipline, which did so highly exalt the public good as the Christian faith.
Page 102 - ... person, so challenging, shall forfeit and pay, for every such offence, being thereof lawfully convicted, in any court of record within this commonwealth, by the testimony of one or more witnesses, or by the confession of the party offending, the sum of two hundred and eighty dollars, or shall suffer twelve months imprisonment...
Page 102 - Information, wherein no Essoign, Protection, or Wager of Law, nor more than One Imparlance, shall be allowed.
Page 39 - Let me recommend that religion to you, my young friends, as the sweetest solace of life ; as the noblest ornament and choicest treasure of the soul ; as the last, best gift of God to a guilty world. Without this religion, you are poor, whatever else...
Page 103 - One moiety of the forfeitures in money, accruing and becoming due -for any offence against this act, shall be paid to the overseers of the poor of the city, borough, or township, wherein the offence shall be committed...

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