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" Bees, he drew his pen against the licentious doctrine that private vices are public benefits, and morality as well as religion must join in his applause. Mr. Law's master-work, the Serious Call, is still read as a popular and powerful book of devotion. "
General Biography: Or, Lives, Critical and Historical, of the Most Eminent ... - Page 168
by John Aikin - 1807
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Miscellaneous Works of Edw. Gibbon: With Memoirs of His Life and ..., Volume 1

Edward Gibbon - 1796
...the nonjuror, on the ground which is common to both , approves himfelf at leaft equal to the prelate. On the appearance of the Fable of the Bees, he drew his pen againft the licentiousdoctrine that private vices are public benefits, and morality as well as religion...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 8

1796
...nonjuror, on the ground which is сотгпоя to both, approves himfelf at leaft equal to the prelate. On the appearance of the Fable of the Bees, he drew his pen againft the licentious doftrine that private vices are public benches, and morality, as well as religion,...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 8

1796
...the nonjuror, on the ground which is common to Ы th, approves himfelf at leaft equal to the prelate. On the appearance of the Fable of the Bees, he drew his pen againtt the licentious doctrine íhat private vices are public benedts, and morality, as well as religion,...
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volume 8

1797
...the nonjuror, on the ground which is common to both, approves himfelf at lead equal to the prelate. On the appearance of the Fable of the Bees, he drew his pen againft the licentious doclrine that private vices are public benefits, and morality, as well as religion,...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 8

Edward Gibbon - 1805
...the nonjuror, on the ground which is common to both, approves himself at least equal to the prelate. On the appearance of the Fable of the Bees, he drew his pen against the licentious doctrine that private vices are public benefits, and morality as well as religion must join...
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The General Biographical Dictionary, Volume 20

Alexander Chalmers - 1815
...the nonjuror, on the ground which is common to both, approves himself at least equal to the prelate. On the appearance of the ' Fable of the Bees,' he drew his pen against the licentious doctrine that private vices are public benefits, and morality as well as religion must join...
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The General Biographical Dictionary:: Containing an Historical and Critical ...

1815
...the nonjuror, on the ground which is common to both, approves himself at least equal to the prelate. On the appearance of the ' Fable of the Bees,' he drew his pen against the licentious doctrine that private vices are public benefits, and morality as well as religion must join...
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Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century: Anecdotes

John Nichols - 1815
...the Nonjuror, on the ground which is common to both, approves himself at least equal to the Prelate. On the appearance of the 'Fable of the Bees,' he drew his pen against the licentious doctrine, that private vices are public benefits ; and Morality as well as Religion must...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 8

Edward Gibbon - 1816
...nonjuror, on the ground which is common to both, approves himself at least equal to the prelate. OR the appearance of the Fable of the Bees, he drew his pen against the licentious doctrine that private vices are public benefits, and morality as well as religion must join...
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An Humble, Earnest, and Affectionate Address to the Clergy

William Law - 1818 - 142 pages
...Hoadley, in which his Nonjuring principles appear, though he approves himself equal to both Prelates. " On the appearance of the " Fable of the Bees," he...victory. " Mr. Law's master-piece, the " Serious Call," is still read as a popular and powerful book of devotion. His precepts are rigid, but they arc formed...
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