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" Proprietary party, were never seemingly so happily united as at this election, notwithstanding Friends' former protestation and declaration of never joining with that party since the club or knock-down election [of 1742]. "
The barouche driver and his wife - Page 76
by Charles Sedley (novelist.) - 1807
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The Christian guardian (and Church of England magazine).

1828
...startled into the exclamation : Is it possible that such a thing can originate with a Reverend ? " O tell it not in Gath, nor publish it in the streets of Askelon," 'tis even so ; Yes — a Reverend ! ! ! From my inmost soul I say — ' Go, send your gown...
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The barouche driver and his wife, Volume 2

Charles Sedley (novelist.) - 1807
...enchanted—the eyes were to be the Sir Clement Cotterels to the soul—all mankind was to be magnetE 4 ised—for lo!.. but " tell it not " in Gath, nor...most interesting of all possible spectacles........ I C in breeches !!! • Oh! 'twas such a charming novelty •»—so much conception in the idea—...
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The Spiritual Magazine, Or, Saint's Treasury, Volume 6

Christian life - 1830
...(or sister) , this address had never met thine eye. It is a fact, too notorious in our churches, (" tell it not in Gath, nor publish it in the streets of Askelon,") that not only young men and women, but many who have long trod the ways of Zion, have taken...
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The Scots worthies (embracing [part of] Naphtali [by ..., Issue 190, Volume 2

John Howie - 1839
...over the people of Israel, yet because Saul and Jonathan were killed by their enemies, David says, ' Tell it not in Gath, nor publish it in the streets of Askelon, lest the daughters of the Philistines rejoice, lest the daughters of the uncircumcised trinmph,'...
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The Oracle of Reason; Or, Philosophy Vindicated ...

Atheism - 1842
...demonstration L ... 'drawn from nature, matured by philosophy, and supported by logic? Hear it, ye Atheists, but tell it not in Gath, nor publish it in the streets of Askelon — it is tounded upon a tiipposition ! .' This, he tells ns, in italics, is the real question....
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Pagano-Papismus: or, an Exact Parallel between Rome-Pagan, and Rome ...

Joshua Stopford - 1844 - 397 pages
...above the follies of conscience, and the height of courage to defy heaven and outdare the Almighty ? 0 tell it not in Gath, nor publish it in the streets of Askelon, that a people, whom God hath so signally owned, and miraculously delivered, should thus requite...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine, Volume 46

1845
...man who avows his belief that water and food and tree» may be magnetized for the benefit of man ! " Tell it not in Gath, nor publish it in the streets of Ascalon ;" else every quack of the realm will start into madness, and joining together, as with magnetic...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 1; Volume 46

Medicine - 1845
...man who avows his belief that water and food and trees may be magnetised for the benefit of man ! " Tell it not in Gath, nor publish it in the streets of Ascalon ;" else every quack of the realm will start into madness, and, joining together as with magnetic...
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Passages from the Diary of Christopher Marshall, Kept in ..., Volume 1

Christopher Marshall - Pennsylvania - 1849 - 174 pages
...protestation and declaration of never joining with that party since the club or knock-down Election. (Oh ! tell it not in Gath, nor publish it in the streets of Askalon, how the testimony is trampled upon !) About midnight, casting up the poll, it turned out thus,...
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The Primitive Church (or Baptist) Magazine, Volumes 15-16

Primitive Baptists - 1858
...for our Master's cause but just what we see with our own eyes, or may touch with our own hands? Then "tell it not in Gath, nor publish it in the streets of Askelon," that there are men professing to be redeemed by the blood of the Lamb, but who care not whether...
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