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" ... sooner. His religion is a part of his copyhold, which he takes from his landlord, and refers it wholly to his discretion : yet if he give him leave he is a good Christian, to his power (that is), comes to church in his best clothes, and sits there... "
The Literary panorama - Page 625
1818
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 28

Art - 1809
...guard orí sooner. His religion is a part of his copyhold, which he takes from his landlord, and refers it «holly to his discretion. Yet if he give him leave,...sits there with his neighbours, where he is capable onely of two prayers, tor rain and fair weal her. He apprehends Gads blessing's onelv in a good year,...
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The Baltimore Reportory, of Papers on Literary and Other Topics, Volume 1

1811
...sooner. His religion is a part of his copyhold, which he takes from his landlord, and refers it wholly to his discretion. Yet if he give him leave, he is...sits there with his neighbours, where he is capable onely of two prayers, for rain and fair weather. He apprehends Gods blessings onely in a good year,...
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The Edinburgh Observer: Or, Town and Country Magazine, Issues 1-11

1817
...a par- of his copyhold, which he takes fram his landlord, and refers it wholly to his diseretion : yet if he give him leave he is a good Christian to his power, (that is) comes to church in his hest cloaths, and sets there with his neighhours, where he is capahle only of two prayers, for rain,...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Volume 2

1818
...sooner. His religion is a part of his copyhold, which he takes from his landlord, and refers it wholly to his discretion : yet if he give him leave he is a good Christian to bis power, (that is) comes to church in his best cloaths, and seta there with his Heighbours,where...
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The British review and London critical journal

1818
...his copyhold, which he takes from his landlord, and refers it wholly to his discretion: yet, if ho give him leave, he is a good Christian to his power : that is, comes to 02 church in his best clothes, and sits there with his neighbours ; where he is capable only of two...
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The Literary Panorama and National Register, Volume 7

English literature - 1818
...of his copyhold whit li he takes from his landlord, and refers it wholly to his discretion : yet it' he give him leave he is a good Christian to his power, (that is) romes to church in his best clolhes, and sits there with his neighbours, where he is capable only of...
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The Literary melange; or, Weekly register of literature and the arts

1822
...sooner. His rd'gion is a part of his copy-hold, which he takes from his land-lord, and refers it wholly to his discretion : yet if he give him leave he is...is capable only of two prayers, for rain, and fair weather. He apprehends God's blessings in a good year, or a fat pasture, and never praises him but...
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Saturday Night: Comprising a Review of New Publications, Biography ..., Volume 1

1824
...His religion is a part of \\it copyhold, which he takes from 1 i is landlord, asd refers it wholly to his discretion . yet if he give him leave, he is...sits there with his neighbours, where he is capable of only two prayers, foe rain and /air ieeather. His compliment with his neighbour is a good thump...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction

1824
...English. His religion is a part of his copyhold, which he takes from his landlord, and refers it wholly to his discretion ; yet if he give him leave, he is...church in his best clothes, and sits there with his neighhours, where he is capable of only two prayers, for rain and fair weather. His compliment with...
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The bachelor's wife, a selection of curious and interesting extracts

John Galt - 1824
...sooner. His religion is a part of his copy-hold, which he takes from his land-lord, and refers it wholly to his discretion : yet if he give him leave he is...his power, (that is,) comes to church in his best cloaths, and sits there -with his neighbours, where he is capable only of two prayers, for rain and...
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