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" There, having gone through a most severe course of religious austerities and expiatory ceremonies, he was directed to sail upon the river in a boat with white sails, which, if they turned black, would be to him a sure sign of the remission of his sins... "
Asiatick Researches: Or, Transactions of the Society Instituted in Bengal ... - Page 97
1809
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The Classical Journal, Volume 14

Classical philology - 1816
...purified. Thus havjng gone through a most severe course of religious austvritics and expiatory sacriijpes, he was directed to sail upon the river in a boat with...which, if they turned black, would be to him a sure sigi| of the rrmjssion of his sins, the blackness of which \umkl attach itself to tjje sajls ; tjjjus...
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The Classical Journal, Volume 14

Classical philology - 1816
...purified. Thus having gone through a most severe course of religious austerities and expiatory sacrifices, he was directed to sail upon the river in a boat with...sails, which, if they turned black, would be to him a eure sign of the remission of his sins, the blackness of which would attach itself to the sails ; thus...
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The Christian Remembrancer: A Quarterly Review, Volume 1

Christianity - 1819
...There tjiing eone throngh a severe course of relifioas austerities, and expiatory sacrifices, kf ms directed to sail upon the river in a boat with white sails; which, it' tiiey turned black, would be to him a sure sign af Ibe remission of his sins, tiir blackness <f...
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Southey's Common-place Book, Volume 2

Robert Southey - Commonplace-books - 1850
...There, hav. ing gone through a most severe course of religious austerities and expiatory ceremonies, be was directed to sail upon the river in a boat with...remission of his sins, the blackness of which would attach iu EVLIA EFFENDI— ALI BEY— CHARRON— MOOR. 083 en pot, in which they light a lamp, and send it...
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Southey's Common-place book, Volume 2

Robert Southey - Anecdotes - 1850
...famous place of worship near the sea on the bank of the Narmada, and seven coss to the west of Burochc, to get himself purified. There, having gone through...sent the boat adrift, with his sins, into the sea. accumulated load of their sins." — CAPTAJS WILFOKD. Asiat. Res. vol. 9. [The Ass of Jems.'] " KHARBU,...
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Rāsa Mālā

Alexander Kinloch Forbes - Gujarat (India) - 1878 - 715 pages
...enquiries. " Doorlubh was lofty in " stature and fair in complexion ; he was much addicted to asceticism ; " was directed to sail upon the river in a boat with...which, if they turned " black, would be to him a sure styn of the remission of his sins ; the blackness of " which would attach itself to the sails. It happenei...
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Râs Mâlâ: Hindoo Annals of the Province of Goozerat, in Western India

Alexander Kinloch Forbes - Gujarat (India) - 1878 - 715 pages
...enquiries. " Doorlubh was lofty in " stature and fair in complexion ; he was much addicted to asceticism ; " was directed to sail upon the river in a boat with white sails, which, if they turnetl " black, would be to him a sure sign of the remission of his sins ; the blackness of " which...
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The Golden Bough: A Study in Comparative Religion, Volume 2

Sir James George Frazer - Dying and rising gods - 1890
...wicked priest who, after atoning for his guilt by a course of austerities and expiatory ceremonies, was directed to sail upon the river in a boat with white sails. If the white sails turned black, it would be a sign that his sins were forgiven him. They did so, and...
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Killing the god (cont'd) The golden bough

Sir James George Frazer - Mythology - 1900
...wicked priest who, after atoning for his guilt by a course of austerities and expiatory ceremonies, was directed to sail upon the river in a boat with white sails. If the white sails turned black, it would be a sign that his sins were forgiven him. They did so, and...
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