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" God ; that praying for the dead was one of the ancient things in Christianity ; that for their parts, they did it daily, though they would not own it. "
Another cordial for low spirits - Page 287
by Thomas Gordon - 1751
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An Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of ..., Volume 5

William Harris - 1814
...doubt, commanded by God : that praying for the dead, was one of the antient things in Christianity : that, for their parts, they did it daily, though they would not own it: and afterwards, pressing one of them very much upon the other points, he told me, that if he had been bred...
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The Monthly repository (and review).

1815
...no doubt, commanded by Godtbat praying for the dead was one of thé Meicnt thing« in Christianity ; that for their parts they did it daily, though they would not own it : and afterwards, pressing one of them тегу much upon the other pomts, he told me, that if he had been...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Volume 10

Liberalism (Religion) - 1815
...doubt, commanded by God; that praying for the dead was one of the ancient things in Christianity ; that for their parts they did it daily, though they would not own it : and afterwards, pressing one of them very much upon the other points, he told me, that if he had been bred...
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The History of England, Volume 8

Sir James Mackintosh - Great Britain - 1838
...doubt, commanded by God : that praying for the dead was one of the most ancient things in christianity: that, for their parts, they did it daily, though they would not own it ; and, afterwards, pressing one of them" (Dr. Blandford) "very much upon the other points, he told me that,...
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Not Tradition, But Scripture

Philip Nicholas Shuttleworth (bp. of Chichester) - Bible - 1841 - 119 pages
...doubt, commanded by God : that praying for the dead was one of the most antient things in Christianity; that for their parts they did it daily, though they would not own it. And afterwards pressing one of them (Dr. Blanford) very much upon the other points, he told me, that if...
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The Ecclesiastic [afterw.] The Theologian and ecclesiastic ..., Volumes 11-12

...doubt, commanded by GOD ; that praying for the dead was one of the ancient things in Christianity ; that for their parts they did it daily, though they would not own it. And afterwards, pressing one of them2 very much upon the other points, he told me that if he had been bred...
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A distinct view of the doctrine of Purgatory, by a Catholic priest

1846
...doubt commanded by God ; that praying for the dead was one of the ancient things in Christianity ; that for their parts they did it daily, though they would not own it." The pious Dr. Johnson, prayed for the soul of his departed wife. Vide his " Meditations." The Bishop...
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The Celt

Irish literature - 1857
...commanded by God— that praying for the dead was one of the ancient things in Christianity — -Wwt foe their parts, they did it daily, though they would' not own it. afterwards, pressing one of them very much upon the other points, told me — tltat if lie liad been...
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The Path which Led a Protestant Lawyer to the Catholic Church

Peter Hardeman Burnett - Catholic converts - 1860 - 741 pages
...no doubt commanded by God. That praying for the dead was one of the ancient things in Christianity : that, for their parts, they did it daily, though they would not own it ; and, afterwards, pressing one of them very much upon the other points, he told me that if he had been a...
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An eirenicon of the eighteenth century

Henry Nutcombe Oxenham - 1879 - 327 pages
...doubt commanded by God ; that praying for the dead was one of the ancient things in Christianity ; that for their parts they did it daily, though they would not own it." But next, it may be of good use also to set down here the epitaphs which Bishop Barrow of St. Asaph...
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