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Volumes in the collection: Letters on the Observance of the Sabbath
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Full text:[...] LETTERS ON THE OBSERVANCE OF THE SABBATH, POINTING OUT THE IMMORAL AND IRRELIGIOUS TENDENCY OF OFFERING INDUCEMENTS FOR PLEASURE TO THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND ON THAT DAY, WHICH APPEARED IN THE "HAMPSHIRE [...]
Full text:[...] But, Mr. Editor, the poor themselves will eventually be the greatest sufferers by this sad change, for no sooner will the revolution be fairly brought about, than monied men will avail themselves of [...]
Full text:[...] iii the great vortex of excitement. How necessary, then, that the sacred-ness of the Sabbath should be observed, and kept free for quiet thought and repose, and attendance upon those means of grace w [...]
Full text:[...] are their executive—in point of fact, the men they have choaen to conduct their business, and are so far the exponents of their views and wishes as to how such business shall be most beneficially and [...]
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