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" That his time spent in prayer and cathedral music elevated his soul, and was his heaven upon earth." But before his return thence to Bemerton, he would usually sing and play his part at an appointed private music-meeting; and, to justify this practice,... "
Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham - Página 91
de Englishmen - 1836
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Notes on the Four Gospels and the Acts of the Apostles: Illustrations of the ...

Frederic Martin (of London.) - 1838 - 853 páginas
...reality of the miracle, and moreover, morose rejection of innocent hilarity. Geo. Herbert would ofien say, " Religion does not banish mirth, but only moderates and sets rules to it :" also Guesses at Truth, I. 206. 1827.' f A letter of 13p. Jebb's, 24 Aug. 1804, assigns the true...
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Lives of the English Sacred Poets, Volumen 1

Robert Aris Willmott - 1839
...frequently spent at a private music-meeting in the same city, a custom he justified by saying, that religion does not banish mirth, but only moderates and sets rules to it. Walton relates an anecdote of one of these -walks to Salisbury. When Herbert was some way on his journey,...
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The church scholar's reading-book, selected from the Saturday magazine

Saturday magazine - 1840
...usually sing, and play his part, at an appointed private musicmeeting ; and to justify this practice, he would say, — ' Religion does not banish mirth but only moderates and sets rules to it.' " In one of his walks to Salisbury, lie saw a poor man, with a poorer horse, that was fallen under...
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The remains of ... George Herbert

George Herbert - 1841 - 244 páginas
...play his part at an appointed private music-meeting; and, to justify this practice, he would often say, " Religion does not banish mirth, but only moderates and sets rules to it." And as his desire to enjoy his heaven upon earth drew him twice every week to Salisbury, so his walks...
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The Remains of that Sweet Singer of The Temple

George Herbert - 1841 - 244 páginas
...play his part at an appointed private music-meeting; and, to justify this practice, he would often say, " Religion does not banish mirth, but only moderates and sets rules to it." And as his desire to enjoy his heaven upon earth drew him twice every week to Salisbury, so his walks...
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The Temple: And the Country Parson

George Herbert - 1842 - 369 páginas
...play his part at an appointed private music meeting; and, to justify this practice, he would often say — " Religion does not banish mirth, but only moderates and sets rules to it." And as his desire to enjoy his heaven upon earth drew him twice every week to Salisbury, so his walks...
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The Christian witness and church members' magazine [ed. by J ..., Volumen 10

John Campbell
...play his part at an appointed private musie-meeting ; and, to justify this practice, he would often say, " Religion does not banish mirth, but only moderates and sets rules to it." — Walton's Lives. Amongst all those exercises or recreations of the mind within doors, there is none...
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Wilton and Its Associations

James Smith - 1851 - 222 páginas
...and play his part at an appointed private Musicmeeting; and, to justify this practice, he would often say, ' Religion does not banish mirth, but only moderates and sets rules to it.'" To the inspiration of the solemn services of the Cathedral, we probably owe the following poem, which...
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A History of England in the Lives of Englishmen, Volumen 3

George Godfrey Cunningham - 1853
...family, twice every day, at ten and four, at the church-prayers, which he read in a chapel close tp his house. His example, in this respect, was soon...rank him beneath Donne, Quarles, and Crashaw. BORN AD l.Vi-J. — DIED AD 1633. GEORGE ABBOT, archbishop of Canterbury, was born October 29, 1562, at Guilford,...
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Johnson's Lives of the British poets completed by W. Hazlitt

Samuel Johnson, William Hazlitt - 1854
...and play his part at an appointed private music-meeting; and to justify this practice he would often say, 'religion does not banish mirth, but only moderates and sets rules to it.'" The consumptive tendency already indicated, and which was encouraged by the air of the locality, developed...
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