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" ... the speaker is in earnest, and affected himself with what he so passionately recommends to others. Violent gesture and vociferation naturally shake the hearts of the ignorant, and fill them with a kind of religious horror. Nothing is more frequent... "
American Annals of Education and Instruction - Página 15
1835
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The Spectator, Volumen6

1729
...with what he fo paflionately recommends to cthers. Violent Gefture and Vociferation naturally (hake the Hearts of the Ignorant, and fill them with a kind...Religious Horror. Nothing is more frequent than to fee Women weep and tremble at the Sight of a moving Preacher, though .he is placed quite out of their...
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The Spectator, Volumen6

1739
...Nothing is more frequent than to fee Women weep and tremble at the Sight of a moving Preacher, tho he is placed quite out of their Hearing ; as in England we very frequently fee People lulled afleep with folid and elaborate Difcourfes of Piety, who would be warmed and tranfported...
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The Spectator, Volumen6

1778
...kind of religious honor. Nothing is more frequent than to tes women weep and tremble at' the fight of a moving preacher, though he is placed quite out...of their hearing; as in England we very frequently fee people lulled afleep with folid and elaborate dilcourfes of pie'y, who would be warmed and tranfported...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volumen5

1786
...himlrjf .1 he io paflionately recommends toothers. Violentgefture and vociferation naturally (hake the hearts of the ignorant, and fill them with a kind...religious horror. Nothing is more frequent than to fee women weep and tremble at the fight of a moving preacher, though he is placed quite out of their...
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Select British Classics, Volumen16

1803
...delivered to them, at the same time that they shew the speaker is in earnest, and affected himself with what he so passionately recommends to others....of their hearing ; as in England we very frequently see people lulled asleep with solid and elaborate discourses of piety, who would be warmed and transported...
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The works of ... Joseph Addison, collected by mr. Tickell, Volumen2

Joseph Addison - 1804
...delivered to them, at the same time that they shew the speaker is in earnest, and affected himself with what he so passionately recommends to others....of their hearing; as in England we very frequently see people lulled asleep with solid and elaborate discourses of piety, who would be warmed and transported...
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Selections from the Spectator, Tatler, Guardian, and Freeholder: Selections ...

1804
...shqw the speaker is in. earnest, and, affected ed himself with what he so passionately recommends tj others. Violent gesture and vociferation naturally...religious horror. Nothing is more frequent than to aee women weep and tremble at the sight of a moving preacher, though he is placed quite out of their...
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The British Essayists;: Spectator

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...delivered to them, at the same time that they show the speaker is in earnest, and affected himself with what he so passionately recommends to others....the ignorant, and fill them with a kind of religious hor. ror. Nothing is more frequent than to see women weep and tremble at the sight of a moving preacher,...
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The Spectator; in Miniature: Being a Collection of the Principal ..., Volumen1

1808
...delivered to them, at the tame time that they show the speaker is in earnest, and affected himself with what he so passionately recommends to others....hearts of the ignorant, and fill them with a kind of religions horror. Nothing is more frequent than to see women weep and tremhle at the Bight of a moving...
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The Spectator, Volumen7

Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...delivered to them, at the same time that they show the speaker is in earnest, and affected himself with what he so passionately recommends to others....of their hearing ; as in England we very frequently see people lulled asleep with solid and elaborate discourses of piety, •who would be warmed and transported...
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