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" When the state of the question was thus changed, it was easy to see what would be the issue of so much indiscretion. The dispute was not only carried on in a dark and remote scene, into which the people could not follow their learned champions ; but was... "
Twelve Sermons Introductory to the Study of the Prophecies - Page 215
by Richard Hurd - 1773
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Pamphlets on British Education, 1714-1873, Volume 2

1755
...be the issue of so much indiscretion. The dispute was not only carried on in a dark and remote scene into which the people could not follow their learned...infinitely tedious, and, indeed, interminable. For those early writings, now to be considered as of the highest authority, were voluminous in themselves,...
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THE MONTHY REVIEW

R. Griffiths - 1772
...Fathers. ' When the ftatc of the queflion was thus changed, itwaseafyto fee what would be the ifiue of fo much indifcretion. The difpute was not only...infinitely tedious, and, indeed, interminable. For thofe early writings, now to be confidered as of the higheir. authority, were voluminous in themfelve?...
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The Monthly Review, Volume 46

1772
...Fathers. ' When theftateofthe queftion was thus changed, itwascafy to' fee what would be the ifi'ue of fo much indifcretion. The difpute was not only...infinitely tedious, and, indeed, interminable. For thofe early writings, now to be confidered as of the higheft authority, were voluminous in themfelyes...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 46

Books - 1772
...theñateofthe queftion was thus changed, itwascafyto fee what would be the iflue of fo much indiscrétion. The difpute was not only carried on in a dark and...infinitely tedious, and, indeed, interminable. For thofc early writings, now to be confidered as of the higheft authority, were voluminous in themfelves...
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An Introduction to the Study of the Prophecies Concerning the Christian ...

Richard Hurd - Bible - 1809 - 342 pages
...the issue of s© much indiscretion. The dispute was not only carried on in a dark and remote scene, into which the people could not follow their learned...infinitely tedious, and, indeed, interminable. For those early writings, now to be considered as of the highest authority, were voluminous in themselves...
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The Works of Richard Hurd, Lord Bishop of Worcester: Theological works

Richard Hurd - Theology, Doctrinal - 1811
...the issue of so much indiscretion. The dispute was not only carried on in a dark and remote scene, into which the people could not follow their learned...infinitely tedious, and, indeed, interminable. For those early writings, now to be considered as of the highest authority, were voluminous in themselves...
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The Works of Richard Hurd, Lord Bishop of Worcester: Theological works

Richard Hurd - Theology, Doctrinal - 1811
...dispijfp was not only carried on in a dark and remote scene, into which the people could not follo^r their learned champions; but was rendered infinitely tedious, and, indeed, interminable. for those early writings, now to be considered as of the highest authority, were voluminous in themselves...
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Illustrations of the End of the Church: As Predicted in Matthew, Chap. XXIV ...

Augustus Clissold - Judgment Day - 1841 - 588 pages
...the issue of so much indiscretion. The dispute was not only carried on in a dark and remote scene, into which the people could not follow their learned...rendered infinitely tedious, and indeed interminable. For those early writings, now to be considered as of the highest authority, were voluminous in themselves;...
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The Churchman; a monthly magazine in defence of the venerable Church and ...

1843
...the issue of so much indiscretion. The dispute was not only carried on in a dark and remote scene, into which the people could not follow their learned...rendered infinitely tedious, and indeed interminable. For those early writers, now to be considered as of the highest authority,* were voluminous in themselves,...
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The Channel islands magazine, Volume 1

1853
...the issue of so much indiscretion. The dispute was not only carried on in a dark and remote scene, into which the people could not follow their learned...rendered infinitely tedious, and indeed interminable. For those early writings, now to be considered as of the highest authority, were voluminous in themselves;...
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