10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «STRAITLACEDNESS»
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... the color and vigor in cheek and lips, as the fleet courser dashes off at his word
of command. In enjoying these, you can easily overcome the unworthy qualm of
puritanical straitlacedness that may beset you at the thought of Mrs. MIRIAM. 51.
Bible Music: Being Variations, in Many Keys, on Musical ...
Good and thoroughbred Puritan as John Bunyan was, there was nothing of this
stringent straitlacedness about him. When the pilgrims in their progress are
shown the head of Giant Despair, they have music and dancing for joy. Christian
... sabbatism, scripturalism, staunchness, relentlessness, rigidity, rigidness, rigor,
stiff-neckedness, stiffness, straitlacedness, strict interpretation, strictness,
stubbornness, unbendingness, uncompromisingness, unrelentingness,
The monastic houses of England, their accusers and ...
It was not likely that a prelate, who, however elastic he might be, still had a
straitlacedness in his convictions that has since proved notably prophetic, would
have been permitted to retain the position of preceptor and almoner to the boy-
... publication, on account of certain principles contained in the book, which he, in
his | straitlacedness, conceives to be unorthodoX. Fichte has to urge that his book
is not theological, but philosophical, and therefore does not properly come ...
In such a congregation the straitlacedness of a conventicle or a Quaker's meeting
is not to be looked for; and deeds of ruffianism and brutality must be perpetrated,
when such men are excited by liquor, passion, or opposition. Yet it seems ...
A Practical Handbook for Ministry: From the Writings of ...
At the same time, we can establish a spiritual community with them, many of
whom were reared in the Judeo-Christian faith but have been amputated from it
by the confined straitlacedness of family, home churches, and synagogues, and
A History of Nineteenth Century Literature (1780-1895)
Also he is particularly to becommended for having,without the slightest
straitlacedness, and indeed with agood deal of positive Bohemianism, exhibited
the nineteenth century English notion of what constitutesa gentlemanperhaps
better than ...
Memoirs of the Life and Philanthropic Labours of Andrew ...
Dr. Reed says,+ “ To us it seemed that it is high time to explode uniformity and to
seek for union;” adding, “I do not like the straitlacedness of sectarianism; it
impedes free respiration, and is apt to promote heart disease. But this eifort, like
Andrew Reed, Charles Reed, 2011
The New Evangelical Magazine, and Theological Review
_The strict baptists have been charged with bigotry, straitlacedness, and even
with persecution by their opponents. But what will not human nature in its present
state do to gain a point? And what will_not some good and eminent men_write in