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" Sunday : for the stuff is still the same, only the dressing a little altered. He has more tricks with a sermon than a tailor with an old cloak, to turn it, and piece it, and at last quite disguise it with a new preface. If he... "
Lumley's bibliographical advertiser - Page 33
1839
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The Kaleidoscope: or, Literary and scientific mirror, Volume 4

1824
...body imitates some extraordinary. He will not draw his handercher out of his place, nor blow his Nose without discretion. His commendation is, that he never looks upon Book, and indeed be was never used to it. He preaches but once a year, though twice a Sunday ; for the itufie is still...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 78

1820
...imitates some one extraordinary. He will not draw bis handkercher out of his place, nor blow his nose without discretion. His commendation is, that he never looks upon book, and indeed he wa* never used to it. He preaches but once a year, though twice a Sunday ; for the stuff1 is still...
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Laconics: Or, The Best Words of the Best Authors

Laconics, John Timbs - Aphorisms and apothegms - 1829
...imitates some one extraordinary. He will not draw his handkercher out of his place, nor blow his nose without discretion. His commendation is, that he never looks upon book; and indeed he was ne^ ver used to it. He preaches but once a year, though twice on Sunday; for the stuff is still the...
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Household Words: A Weekly Journal, Volumes 17-18

1858
...preaches heresy, if it comes in hia way, though with a mind, I must needs say, very orthodox. * * * His commendation is that he never looks upon book...indeed, he was never used to it, He preaches but once a-year, though twice on Sunday ; for the stutf is still the same, only the dressing a little altered....
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The Homilist; or, The pulpit for the people, conducted by D ..., Volume 17

David Thomas - 1867
...draw his handkerchief out of his place, nor blow his nose without discretion. His commendation ib, that he never looks upon book ; and, indeed, he was...though twice on .Sunday, for the stuff is still the snme, only the dressing a little altered ; he has more tricks with a sermon than a tailor with an old...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 9

Great Britain - 1868
...and his speech interjection';. He will not draw his handkerchief out of his place, nor blow his nose without discretion. His commendation is that he never looks upon book, and indeed he mis never used to it."* Yet, while denying the first place to manner (as embracing action and so much...
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The Prose Works of John Milton ...: With a Preface, Preliminary ..., Volume 2

John Milton, James Augustus St. John - 1871
...spits with a very good grace. He will not draw his handkerchief out of its place, nor blow his nose without discretion. His commendation is, that he never...indeed he was never used to it. He preaches but once a-year, though twice on Sunday : for the stuff is still the same, only the dressing a little altered....
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The Biblical Museum: A Collection of Notes Explanatory, Homilectic, and ...

James Comper Gray - Bible - 1872
...imitates some one extraordinary. He will not draw his handkerchief out of its place, nor blow his nose without discretion. His commendation is, that he never...indeed, he was never used to it. He preaches but once a-year, though twice on Sunday ; for the stuff is still the same, only the dressing a little altered...
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Rational Theology and Christian Philosophy in England in the ..., Volume 1

John Tulloch - Cambridge Platonists - 1872
...in his way, though with a mind, I must needs say, very orthodox. . . . He preaches but once a-year, though twice on Sunday ; for the stuff is still the same, only the dressing a little altered." Of a grave divine : " He makes more conscience of schism than a surplice. He esteems the Church hierarchy...
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Select thoughts on the ministry and the Church, gathered by E. Davies

Select thoughts - 1875
...people. His style is compounded of twenty several men's, only his body imitates some one extraordinary. His commendation is — that he never looks upon book; and, indeed, he was never nsed to it. He preaches but once a-yesr, though twice on a Sunday ; for the stuff is still the same,...
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