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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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A School History of English Literature, Volumen 2

Elizabeth Lee - 1898
...mu«c. his heaven upon earth". He was also fond of joining in private music practices, and would often say, " Religion does not banish mirth, but only moderates and sets rules to it". His greatest friend was Mr. Nicholas Ferrar, a remarkable man who with his family and disciples, about...
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Public Worship

Thomas Harwood Pattison - 1900 - 271 páginas
...rarely without effect, the favorite saying of holy George Herbert as he prepared to sing to his viol, " Religion does not banish mirth, but only moderates and sets rules to it.'" "The holy alliance between sweet sounds and a saintly life," was one which John Stuart Blackie loved...
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Social Life Under the Stuarts

Elizabeth Godfrey, Jessie Bedford - 1904 - 273 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." ' Izaak Walton's account of his preaching tells how he based it on the Church's teaching for the year,...
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Shelburne Essays, Volumen 4

Paul Elmer More - 1906 - 283 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. ' ' It was but a walk of a mile across pleasant meadows from Bemerton to Salisbury, whose spire is...
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The Complete English Poems

George Herbert - 1991 - 460 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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George Herbert: The Critical Heritage

C. A. Patrides - 1983 - 390 páginas
...play his part, at an appointed private Musickmeeting; and, to justifie 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 Weave/7 upon Earth, drew him twice every week to Salisbury, so his walks...
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Common Prayer: The Language of Public Devotion in Early Modern England

Ramie Targoff - 2001 - 162 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" (Walton, The Life of Mr. George Herbert, in Herbert, The Temple [London, 1674], 41 ). The emphasis...
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The English Poems of George Herbert

George Herbert, Helen Wilcox - 2007 - 740 páginas
...chapter in Priest (xxvii) is entitled 'The Parson in mirth', and Walton 60 reports that H. 'would often say, Religion does not banish mirth, but only moderates, and sets rules to it\ However, the word is more frequently used in The Temple to reflect the religious joy (OED 'mirth'1)...
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