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" Duty ! Wondrous thought, that workest neither by fond insinuation, flattery, nor by any threat, but merely by holding up thy naked law in the soul, and so extorting for thyself always reverence, if not always obedience; before whom all appetites are dumb,... "
The Relations of Science and Religion: The Morse Lecture, 1880, Connected ... - Page 323
by Henry Calderwood - 1881 - 323 pages
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Liberty Review: A Magazine of Politics, Economics, and Sociology, Volume 18

1905
...Wondrous thought, that workest neither by fond insinuation, flattery, nor by any threat, but merely by holding up thy naked law in the soul, and so extorting...however secretly they rebel — ^whence thy original, and where find we the root of thy august descent, thus loftily disclaiming all kindred with appetite...
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The Unitarian Review, Volume 7

Charles Lowe, Henry Wilder Foote, John Hopkins Morison, Henry H. Barber, James De Normandie, Joseph Henry Allen - Unitarianism - 1877
...thought that workest neither by fond insinuation, flattery, nor by any threat, but merely by upholding thy naked law in the soul, and so extorting for thyself...however secretly they rebel ; whence thy original ? " To this question we have, as yet, discovered no adequate reply. The will of God^ays it is not in...
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