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" Never was there a more unlucky peroration, from the day when Lord Denman concluded an eloquent defence of a queen's innocence by appealing to the unhappy illustration which called forth the touching words, "Let him that is without sin cast the first stone... "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Página 150
1865
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The Orthodox journal and Catholic monthly intelligencer [ed. by W ..., Volumen5

William Eusebius Andrews - 1817
...scripture, reflect on our Saviour's admonition to the elders who denounced the adultress woman — let him that is without sin cast the first stone at her. Goaded by these and *' numberless other acts of perfidiousness and barbarity," can we think it " surprising"...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen98

1865
...more courteous to say to me than a sarcasm and an impertinence. Are you not proud of your friend ? " Never was there a more unlucky peroration, from the...of him, madam," said he, rising and speaking with aboldness that amazed even himself. " I was proud to be his class-fellow at school ; I was proud to...
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The Christian Remembrancer: A Quarterly Review, Volumen3

1821
...condition to accuse and convict this woman ? If you are qualified, carry the sentence into execution, and let him that is without sin cast the first stone at her. The w»rd used by our Lord is a»afta(>TY,To«, the word used by the LXX, in Numbers \. 31, is aG*>«(...
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Sermons

James Gratrix - 1843
...hypocrisy, — instead of irritating them by an exposure of their real feelings, He simply said, " Let him that is without sin cast the first stone at her : " thus leaving conscience to effect, what a direct rebuke might have effected, though not without...
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The Dublin Review, Volumen41

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1856
...pass upon their apparent negligence a stern and a severe sentence? God and His sweet Mother forbid ! " Let him that is without sin cast the first stone at her ;" for how many of those who are in a better class of life would bear with patience and with fortitude...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen98

1865
...sarcasm and an impertinence. Are you not proud of your friend?" Never was there a more unlucky [Aug. peroration, from the day when Lord Denman conducted...madam," said he, rising and speaking with a boldness that amazed even himself. " I was proud to be his class-fellow at school ; I was proud to sit in the...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen98

1865
...unlucky peroration, from the day when Lord Denman conducted an eloquent defence of a queen's innocence hy appealing to the unhappy illustration which called...madam," said he, rising and speaking with a boldness that amazed even himself. " I was proud to be Ms class-fellow at school ; I was proud to sit in the...
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The Homes of Scripture. First Series

Joseph Butterworth OWEN - 1865
...seduction thrust upon her. Alas for both ! if there were no atoning " blood to cleanse from all sin." " Let him that is without sin cast the first stone at her," or at either of them. Nevertheless, there is no desideratum of society more characteristic of the inherent...
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Sir Brook Fossbrooke: A Novel

Charles James Lever - 1866 - 202 páginas
...more courteous to say to me than a sareasm and on impertinence. Are you not proud of your friend?" Never was there a more unlucky peroration, from the...madam," said he, rising and speaking with a boldness that amazed even himself. " I was proud to bo his class-fellow at school ; I was proud to sit in the...
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Sir Brook Fossbrooke. (Orig. publ. in Blackwood's magazine).

Charles James Lever - 1866
...your friend ? " Never was there a more unlucky peroration, from the day when Lord Denman concluded an eloquent defence of a queen's innocence by appealing...madam," said he, rising and speaking with a boldness that amazed even himself. " I was proud to be his class-fellow at school ; I was proud to sit in the...
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