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" They were the worst preachers I ever heard : they were ignorant to a reproach : and many of them were openly vicious. They were a disgrace to their orders, and the sacred functions ; and were indeed the dregs and refuse of the northern parts. "
The Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century - Page 275
by Henry Grey Graham - 1906 - 545 pages
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The History of the State and Sufferings of the Church of Scotland ..., Volume 1

William Crookshank - Scotland - 1812
...many of them openly vicious ; they were a disgrace to their sacred functions, and were indeed the dreg and refuse of the northern parts '; those of them who rose above contempt or scandal, were men of such violent tempers, tlv.it thry were as much hntcd, as the others wore desjjisodi...
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The Whole Works of Robert Leighton ...

Robert Leighton, James Aikman - Theology - 1832 - 687 pages
...and many of them were openly vicious, they were a disgrace to their order and the sacred function, and were indeed the dregs and refuse of the northern parts. Those of them who arose above contempt or scandal, were men of such violent tempers, that they were as much hated as...
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A sketch of the the life of the rev. John Brown, sometime minister ... in ...

Thomas Lockerby - 1839
...; many of them were openly vicious. They were a disgrace to their orders, and the sacred functions, and were indeed the dregs and refuse of the northern parts. Those of them who rose above contempt or scandal, were men of such violent tempers, that they were as much hated as the others were despised."...
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Sketches of Scottish Church history: embracing the period from the ...

Thomas M'Crie - 1841
...and many of them were openly vicious. They were a disgrace to their orders and the sacred function ; and were, indeed, the dregs and refuse of the northern parts. Those of them who arose above contempt or scandal, were men of such violent tempers that they were as much hated as the...
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Miscellaneous Writings, Chiefly Historical

Thomas M'Crie - Christian biography - 1841 - 676 pages
...many of them were openly vicious. They were a disgrace to their orders, and to the sacred functions ; and were indeed the dregs and refuse of the northern parts. Those of them who arose above contempt or scandal, were men of such violent tempers, that they were as much hated as...
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The Select Anti-patronage Library: Consisting Chiefly of Reprints of Scarce ...

Patronage, Ecclesiastical - 1842
...many of them were openly vicious — they were a disgrace to their order and the sacred functions — and were, indeed, the dregs and refuse of the northern...of them who rose above contempt and scandal, were men of such violent tempers, that they were as much hated as the others were despised." Yet these were...
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History of the Church of Scotland ... to 1841

1843 - 500 pages
...vicious. They were a disgrace to their orders and the sacred functions, and indeed were the dre;:s and refuse of the northern parts. Those of them who rose above contempt or scandal were men of such violent tempers, that they were as much hated as the others were despised....
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 3

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - United States - 1845
...openly vicious. They were a disfrace to their orders and the sacred function», and were indeed the dreg and refuse of the northern parts. Those of them who rose above contempt or scandal, wçre men of such violent tempers that they were as much hated as the others were despised."...
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The Episcopal Church of Scotland: From the Reformation to the Revolution

John Parker Lawson - 1844 - 880 pages
...and many of them were openly vicious. They were a disgrace to their order and the sacred profession, and were indeed the dregs and refuse of the northern parts. Those of them who were above contempt or scandal were men of such violent tempers, that they were as much hated as the...
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The Works of Robert Leighton, D. D., Archbishop of Glasgow

Robert Leighton (Abp. of Glasgow), James Aikman - Theology - 1844 - 687 pages
...and many of them were openly vicious, they were a disgrace to their order and the sacred function, and were indeed the dregs and refuse of the northern parts. Those of them who arose above contempt or scandal, were men of such violent tempers, that they were as much hated as...
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