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CATHOLIC PRAYER BOOK AND fgamial ai Ipeiniationa. "Hewhoknowshow to praywell, knows how to live well."— St. Augustine. "Nothingcan so much contribute to our progress in virtue as frequentprayerandconversation with Uoii."—at. John Ctlry*ostom. ITis the duty of a Christian to pray often and to pray fervently. " To enter heaven," says. Drunkenness and gluttony, so far from being a crime, are considered by many even as a fine thing. And in military carousals it is a point of great emulation; and they who most of all need a sober mind and a strong body, these are most of all given over to the tyranny of drunkenness; both utterly weakening the body and darkening the soul.


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Full text of "Essay: Medical, Philosophical, and Chemical, on Drunkenness, and Its Effects on the Human Body, An" See other formats. Edition used: Thomas Hodgskin, An Essay on Naval Discipline, Shewing Part of its evil Effects on the Minds of the Officers, on the Minds of the Men, and on the Community; with an Amended System, by which Pressing may be immediately abolished, by Lieut.

Thomas Hodgskin, R.N. (London: Printed for the Author, by C. Squire, Furnival’s-Inn-Court, sold by Sherwood, Neely &. This Book forms a complete treatise on the mysteries of the Cabala and Ceremonial Magic; by the study of which, a man (who can separate himself from material objects, by the mortification of the sensual appetite, abstinence from drunkenness, gluttony, and other bestial passions, and who lives pure and temperate, free from those actions which degenerate a man to a brute) may.

A Treatise, Wherein Wine is Shewn to be the Grand Preserver of Health P Shaw An Essay, Medical, Philosophical, and Chemical, on Drunkenness and its Effects on the Human Body. Knowledge of life” See volume 2 page See ExodusDeuteronomy We are lately told, in one of the public prints, how truly I cannot say, that — “a noble Lord stated in the House of Commons, with his usual accuracy, that the decrease of people in this country, within these last 90 years, has been one million eight hundred thousand.” Surely this must be an.

THE BOOK OF ALMA. THE SON OF ALMA. Alma 1 Modernly Alma CHAPTER I. The account of Alma, who was the son of Alma the First, and Chief Judge over the people of Nephi, and also the High Priest over the Church.

An account of the reign of the Judges, and the wars and contentions among the people. THE THIRD BOOK OF (EUSEBIUS) OF CAESAREA. BECAUSE 1 then, human life had undergone a change, through the things already mentioned, to a state henceforth of peace and rest, and had been prepared to receive the perfect doctrine relating to God; well again, did the common Saviour of all, the only (begotten) WORD OF GOD, the King of all, shew forth the.

The science thus committed to his charge, to be cultivated, methodized, and explained in a course of academical lectures, is that of the laws and constitution of our own country: a species of knowlege, in which the gentlemen of England have been more remarkably deficient than those of all Europe besides.

In most of the nations on the continent, where the civil or imperial law. PREFACE by the EDITOR. The person chiefly concerned in improving this edition of Mr.

Lock’s works, having long entertained an high esteem for that author’s writings, and being informed that a new edition of them was preparing, became naturally desirous of seeing one more complete than any of the foregoing; and of contributing his assistance towards it (so far as the short time. an address, to the irish people, bv percy bysshe shelley.

ADVERTISEMENT. T^e lomjest possible price is set on tMs publication, because it is the intention of the Author to a^waken in the minds of the Irish poor^ a knonvledge of their real state, summarily pointing out the e^ils of that state, and suggesting rational means of remedy.

Proverbs The proverbs of Solomon the son of David, king of Israel: This book consists of proverbs, which are wise, and short sayings of great use to direct us in the conduct of life.

Proverbs were much valued in ancient times. But no proverbs deserve so much esteem and attention as these, for they are the proverbs of Solomon, another name almost for wisdom.

Verse 5. Habakkuk Who enlargeth his desire as hell, and is as death, and cannot be satisfied. Moral wrong; some of its national phases.

Evil, like good, is one in essence, but it has many forms and phases. The branches that grow out of the root, whilst filled with the same sap, vary widely in shape and hue.

an address to the inhabitants of the colonies, established in new south wales and norfolk island. by the rev. richard johnson, a.b. chaplain to the colonies written in the year printed for the author * * * * * to all inhabitants, and especially to the unhappy prisoners and convicts established at port jackson and norfolk island, this.

Judith And when it was grown late, his servants made haste to their lodgings, and Vagao shut the chamber doors, and went his way. And they were all overcharged with wine. Read verse in Douay-Rheims Catholic Bible. Adam Clarke Commentary. Therefore, brethren, etc. - Dr. Taylor is of opinion that the apostle having spoken separately, both to Jews and Gentiles, concerning holiness and the obligations to it, now addresses himself to both conjointly, and, I.

Draws the general conclusion from all his arguments upon this subject, Romans II. Proves the validity of their claims to eternal life.

An essay on the abuse of spirituous liquors being an attempt to exhibit its pernicious effects upon the property, health and morals of the people: with rules and admonitions respecting the prevention and cure of this great national evil /.

If ever preface might serve for an apology, certainly this ought to do so. The bare title of the book is enough to have it universally cried down, and to give the world an ill opinion of its author; for people will not be backward to say, that he who writes the Praise of Drunkenness, must be a drunkard by profession; and who, by discoursing on such a subject, did nothing but what was.

Rather, Christians should “run to greet the cheerful gift of the fast.” The Spirit and the flesh are adversaries, and “just like when one army defeats the other, the flesh is handed over to the conquering spirit, and the spirit is changing the rank of the flesh to slavery.” All of the passions need to be kept in check by fasting.

Paul-Henri Thiry, Baron d'Holbach, was a major figure of the French Enlightenment. More importantly, he was a contemporary of British Empiricists like David Hume and Adam Smith, whose thinking was greatly influenced by the new mechanical and deterministic science of Galileo Galilei and Isaac Newton.

More than the British, and more than his fellow French philosophes. An earnest address to the people of Ireland against the drinking of spirituous liquors / by: Henry, William, d.

Published: () The test of Christian conduct applied to the use of intoxicating liquors in a letter to Christians residing in the district of the South Midland Temperance Association.

by: Peney, John Lusen. In my Travels, as I walked through many Regions and Countries, it was my chance to happen into that famous Continent of Universe; a very large and spacious Country it is.

It lieth between the two Poles, and just amidst the four points of the Heavens. It is a place well watered, and richly adorned with Hills and Valleys, bravely situate; and for the most part (at least where I was). Wo to drunkards. Two sermons testifying against the sin of drunkenness: wherein the wofulness of that evil, and the mistery of all that are addicted to it, is discovered from the word of God.

/ Preached by Increase Mather, teacher of a church in Boston in New-England. ; [Ten lines of Scripture texts] Mather, Increase, / []. Introduction to Jonah.

The prophet Jonah, who was at once the author and in part the subject of the book which bears his name, is, beyond question, the same who is related in the Book of Kings 2 Kings to have been God's messenger of comfort to Israel, in the reign of Jeroboam II.

For his own name, in English "Dove," as well as that of his father, Amittai, "The Truth of Yah,". Literal drunkenness was a sin of the Babylonians under the Persian rule, so that even a pagan says of Babylon, "Nothing can be more corrupt than the manners of that city, and more provided with all to rouse and entice immoderate pleasures;" and "the Babylonians give themselves wholly to wine, and the things which follow upon drunkenness.".

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The lowest possible price is set on this publication, because it is the intention of the Author to awaken in the minds of the Irish poor, a knowledge of their real state, summarily pointing out the evils of that state, and suggesting rational means of remedy.—Catholic Emancipation, and a Repeal of the Union Act, (the latter, the most successful engine that.

Some Thoughts Concerning Education. Part I. Section I. A sound mind in a sound body, is a short, but full description of a happy state in this world. He that has these two, has little more to wish for; and he that wants either of them, will be but little the better for any thing else.

I Departed from Paris, with an Inten∣tion to return to the East-Indies, the Seventeenth of Augustjust Fifteen Months after I came from thence.

I undertook this tedious Journey a second time, as well to perfect my self in the Knowledge of the Languages, the Customs, the Religions, the Trades and Sciences, the Commerce and History of the Oriental People as to en∣deavour.

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