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" Satan finds some mischief still for idle hands to do" and it will be seen that we have no right to impose a perpetual holiday on children. "
Plain Facts for Old and Young - Page 208
by John Harvey Kellogg - 1881 - 512 pages
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The Christian reformer; or, Unitarian magazine and review [ed. by R. Aspland].

Robert Aspland - 1842
...To be sure, this John Matthews was "remarkable for being an idle fellow;" but we learned in infancy that Satan finds some mischief still For idle hands to do, and John Matthews was accordingly publicly reproved for " kicking;" but there is no more on the record...
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The Englishwoman's magazine and Christian mother's miscellany [formerly The ...

Mary Milner
...people, in ordinary circumstances, are often exposed. They had been carefully taught in early childhood, that " Satan finds some mischief still For idle hands to do ;" and they believed, that he would fill " idle and empty hearts with sin and folly." On this subject the...
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The pearl of days: or, The advantages of the sabbath to the working classes ...

Barbara H. Farquhar - 1848
...persons, in the same circumstances, are usually exposed : we had been carefully taught in early childhood, that " Satan finds some mischief still, For idle hands to do ;" and idle empty hearts, too, he will fill with sin and folly. I firmly believe, that the only safety from...
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Pamphlets - homoeopathic, Volume 7

Jacob Jeanes, W. H. Jenney, Samuel Arthur Jones, Benjamin Franklin Joslin, S. R. Kirby, James Tyler Kent, Richard Koch, Augustus Korndoerfer, John K. Lee, Adolph Lippe, William Edwin Leonard, Samuel Lilienthal, Fred A. Lord, F. R. McManus, W. H. Lougee, American Institute of Homeopathy, Reuben Ludlam, James Henderson McClelland, Malcolm Macfarlan - Homeopathy - 1848
...work. But, if the number of physicians in the neighborhood is multiplied, you will very soon discover that, "Satan finds some mischief still for idle hands to do." And the way it is done is through this propensity to prescribe for somebody, and everybody, whether they...
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The Pearl of Days: Or, The Advantages of the Sabbath to the Working Classes

Barbara H. Farquhar - Sabbath - 1849 - 133 pages
...persons, in the same circumstances, are usually exposed : we had been carefully taught in early childhood, that " Satan finds some mischief still, For idle hands to do ;" and idle empty hearts, too, he will fill with sin and folly. I firmly believe, that the only safety from...
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Tales and allegories

Tales - 1850
...truth. Unhappily for her too, she has a great deal of spare time. You remember the words of the hymn, that " Satan finds some mischief still For idle hands to do." And somewhere else I have read, that " Never was there idle brain, But bred an idle thought." Between idle...
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The Millennial Harbinger, Volume 3; Volume 7

William Kimbrough Pendleton - 1850
...in the same circumstances, are usually exposed : we had been carefully taiight in early childhood, that " Satan finds some mischief still, For idle hands to do;" and idle empty hearts, too, he will fill with sin and folly. I firmly believe, that the only safety from...
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The pearl of days

Barbara H. Farquhar - Business & Economics - 1850 - 90 pages
...persons, in the same circumstances, are usually exposed : we had been carefully taught in early childhood, that " Satan finds some mischief still, For idle hands to do ;" and idle, empty hearts, too, he will fill with sin and folly. I firmly believe, that the only safety from...
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Parochial tracts. Tracts for parochial use, by contributors to the 'Tracts ...

Tracts - 1852
...truth. Unhappily for her too, she has a great deal of spare time. You remember the words of the hymn, that " Satan finds some mischief still For idle hands to do." And somewhere else I have read, that " Never was there idle brain, But bred an idle thought." Between idle...
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Clovernook: Or, Recollections of Our Neighborhood in the West

Alice Cary - American fiction - 1852 - 342 pages
...woman, and never thought of sitting down, at home or abroad, without some sort of work. She never forgot that " Satan finds some mischief still for idle hands to do," and often repeated it, though her temperament was not at all poetical. Mrs. Hadly, having got her supper...
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