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" a heavy crime, in the indecent language with which prosperity had emboldened the advocates for rebellion to insult all that is venerable or great: " Who would have imagined so little fear in him of the true all-seeing deity, as, immediately before his... "
The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. - Page 70
by Samuel Johnson - 1825
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The Lives of the English Poets: cowley. Denham. Milton. Butler. Rochester ...

Samuel Johnson - 1858
...imputing it to the King; whom he charges, in his "Iconoclastes, witli the use of this prayer, as with a heavy crime, in the indecent language with which...the hands of the grave bishop that attended him, as a special relic of his saintly exercises, a prayer stolen word for word from the mouth of a heathen...
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Selections from the prose writings of John Milton, ed. with memoir, notes ...

John [prose Milton (selected]) - 1862
...unchristened the very duty of prayer itself, by borrowing to a Christian use prayers offered to a heathen god. Who would have imagined so little fear in him of the true all-seeing Deity, so little reverence of the Holy Ghost, whose fffice is to dictate and present our Christian prayers,...
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Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets: With Critical ..., Volume 1

Samuel Johnson - 1864
...imputing it to the King; whom he charges, in his " Iconoclastes," with the use of this prayer as with a heavy crime, in the indecent language with which...the hands of the grave bishop that attended him, as a special relic of his saintly exercises, a prayer stolen word for word from the mouth of a heathen...
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Treasures from the Prose Writings of John Milton

John Milton - 1866 - 486 pages
...unchristened the very duty of prayer itself, by borrowing to a Christian use prayers offered to a heathen god. Who would have imagined so little fear in him of the true all-seeing Deity, so little reverence of the Holy Ghost, whose office is to dictate and present our Christian prayers,...
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TREASURES FROM THE PROSE WRITINGS OF JOHN MILTON

1866
...unchristened the very duty of prayer itself, by borrowing to a Christian use prayers offered to a heathen god. Who would have imagined so little fear in him of the true all-seeing Deity, so little reverence of the Holy Ghost, whose office is to dictate and present our Christian prayers,...
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The Life of John Milton: 1649-1654

David Masson - 1877
...the use of this " prayer, as with a heavy crime, in the "indecent language with which pros" perity had emboldened the advocates " for rebellion to insult all that is vener"able or great." He adds that the interpolation was probably at least managed by the Regicides among them, and that,...
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The Six Chief Lives: From Johnson's "Lives of the Poets", with Macaulay's ...

Samuel Johnson - 1878 - 466 pages
...imputing it to the King; whom he charges, in his Iconoclastes, with the use of this prayer as with a heavy crime, in the indecent language with which...the hands of the grave Bishop that attended him, as a special relique of his saintly exercises, a prayer stolen word for word from the mouth of a heathen...
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The Prose Works of John Milton ...: Defence of the people of England. Second ...

John Milton, James Augustus St. John - 1881
...unchristened the very duty of prayer itself, by borrowing to a Christian use prayers offered to a heathen god. Who would have imagined so little fear in him of the true all-seeing Deity, so little reverence of the Holy Ghost, whose office is to dictate and present our Christian prayers,...
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The Six Chief Lives from Johnson's "Lives of the Poets": With Macaulay's ...

Samuel Johnson - 1886 - 463 pages
...imputing it to the King; whom he charges, in his Iconoclastes, with the use of this prayer as with a heavy crime, in the indecent language with which...the hands of the grave Bishop that attended him, as a special relique of his saintly exercises, a prayer stolen word for word from the mouth of a heathen...
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The Bookworm: An Illustrated Treasury of Old-time Literature, Volume 1

1888
...attended his Majesty on the scaffold. The following extract is made from Milton's " Iconoclastes ":— " Who would have imagined so little fear in him of the true Allseeing Deity, so little reverence of the Holy Ghost, whose office it is to dictate and present our Christian prayers,...
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