The Book Of Common Prayer

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0 For I have eaten ashes as it were bread, and mingled my drink with weeping.
10 And that, because of thine indignation and wrath . thou hast taken me up, and
cast mo down. 11 My days are gone like a shadow, and I am withered! hku grass.
12 But thou, О Lord, ehnlt endure lor ever, and thy re- membiance throughout all
generations. 13Thoushalt arise, and have mercy upon Mon ; tor it ie time that
then have mercy up- ihcr; re*, the time is come. 14 And why"? thy servants ...ink
upon ...

Common Place Book

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3, p. 286. SHERE Thursday. Holy Thursday so called because men sheared their
heads and clipt their beards on that day against Easter. For on Good Friday it was
not lawful, and on Easter Eve the service first, and the holy day after, left no time
... of forbidding processions, wherein the people carried candles on Candlemass
day, ashes on Ash Wednesday, palms on Palm Sunday, because he saw they
were used so much to superstition, and looked like festivals to the heathen gods.

Southey S Common Place Book

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3, p. 286. Siiebe Thursday. Holy Thursday so called because men sheared their
heads and clipt their beards on that day against Easter. For on Good Friday it was
not lawful, and on Easter Eve the service first, and the holy day after, left no time
for ... of forbidding processions, wherein the people carried candles on
Candlemass day, ashes on Ash Wednesday, palms on Palm Sunday, because
he saw they were used so much to superstition, and looked like festivals to the
heathen gods.

Southey S Common Place Book Choice Passages

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297,—Dn. Cumxs's Travels, vol. 3, p. 286. Susan Thursday. Iloly'Thursday so
called because men sheared their heads and clipt their beards on that day
againstEaster. For on Good Friday it was not lawful, and on Easter Eve the
service first, and ... of forbidding processions, wherein the people carried candles
on Candlemass day, ashes on Ash \Vednesday, palms on Palm Sunday,
because he saw they were used so much to superstition, and looked like festivals
to the heathen gods.

Southey S Common Place Book Ed By J W Warter

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3, p. 286. Shere Thursday. Holy Thursday so called because men sheared their
heads and dipt their beards on that day against Easter. For on Good Friday it was
not lawful, and on Easter Eve the service first, and the holy day after, left no time
for ... of forbidding processions, wherein the people carried candles on
Candlemass day, ashes on Ash Wednesday, palms on Palm Sunday, because
he saw they were used so much to superstition, and looked like festivals to the
heathen gods.

Bibliotheca Classica Or A Classical Dictionary By J And T Dymock

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Moses, is, m. the Jewish lawgiver. The history of this grimily favoured servant of
tlie Most High, is recorded in the Volume of Inspiration, of w hich the first five
books were written by him ; Juvoualis inaccurately ascribes to him the whole
book (Sat. xiv. 10*2). The character given of ibis holy man by heathen authors,
does not deserve either to be transcribed, or noticed. Whoever wishes to know
the falsehoods and misrepresentations which they have narrated respecting him
and the Jews, ...

A Concordance To The Canonical Books Of The Old And New Testament To Which Are Added A Concordance To The Books Called Apocrypha And A Concordance To The Psalter Contained In The Book Of Common Prayer The Preface Signed T B M I E Thomas B Murray The Concordance To The Bible And Apocrypha Compiled By T B Murray Michael Biggs And Others That To The Psalter By Charles Girdlestone

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3. 36. 4. abhor any thing that is evil 94. 20. have any thing to do with APACE. 58.
6. like water that runneth apaco APPAREL. 93. 1. bath put on his a.—glorious a.
APPEAR. 42. 2. a. before the presence of God 102. 16. when his glory shall
appear ... 17. hate me may see it, and be a. 119. 46. kings: and will not be a. 80.
in thy statutes: that I be not a. 127. 6. not be a. when they speak 511153. 102. 9.
eaten ashes as it were bread 147. 16. scattereth the hear-frost like ASKED. [
ashes 21. 4.

The Christian Observer

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The editor of the book from which it is taken, adds, “This prayer is for the use of
those who are travelling to life. ... In the passage which this quotation is intended
to illustrate, our Lord, remarks the Indo-Chinese Gleaner, condemns the
repetitions of the heathen, not merely from their utter fruitlessness in producing
any salutary impressions on the heart, or reform of life; but also from the motive
and view of the individuals in using them—namely, “that they think they shall be
heard,” or ...

The Christian Observer

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The editor of the book from which it is taken, adds, “This prayer is for the use of
those who are travelling to life. ... In the passage which this quotation is intended
to illustrate, our Lord, remarks the Indo-Chinese Gleaner, condemns the
repetitions of the heathen, not merely from their utter fruitlessness in producing
any salutary impressions on the heart, or reform of life ; but also from the motive
and view of the individuals in using them—namely, “that they think they shall be
heard,” or ...