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" ... his countenance is composed to the religious gloom, and he is groaning, sighing, and weeping for his sins. In a word, there is such an absurd mixture of the serious and comic, that were we convened for any other purpose than that of worshipping the... "
The Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century - Page 47
by Henry Grey Graham - 1899
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A letter from a blacksmith to the ministers and elders of the Church of ...

A. T. (blacksmith.), John Witherspoon, Lord Henry Home Kames - Religion - 1824 - 72 pages
...squeezing or treading on him; in an instant • after his countenance is composed to the religious gloom, and he is groaning, sighing, and weeping for...there is such an absurd mixture of the serious and comic, that were we convened for any other purpose, than that of worshipping the God B 14 A LETTER...
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The Works of Robert Burns

Robert Burns - 1840 - 820 pages
...for squeezing or treading on him ; in an instant after, his countenance is composed to the religious gloom, and he is groaning, sighing, and weeping for...there is such an absurd mixture of the serious and comic that, were we convened for any other purpose than that of worshipping the God and Governor of...
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Miscellaneous Thoughts on Men, Manners, and Things

David Hoffman - Baltimore (Md.) - 1841 - 374 pages
...for squeezing, or treading on him; in, an instant after his countenance is composed to the religious gloom, and he is groaning, sighing, and weeping for...absurd mixture of the serious and the comic, that were they convened for any other purpose than that of worshipping the God and Governor of nature, the scene...
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The Dublin university magazine, Volume 25

1845
...for squeezing or treading on him ; in an instant alter, his countenance is composed to the religious gloom, and he is groaning, sighing, and weeping for...there is such an absurd mixture of the serious and comic, that were we convened for any other purpose than that of worshipping the God and Governor of...
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Glen Tilloch, Part 2

mrs. John Burnett Pratt - 1845 - 82 pages
...squeezing or treading on him ; in an instant after, all his countenance is composed to the religious gloom, and he is groaning, sighing, and weeping for...there is such an absurd mixture of the serious and comic, that were we convened for any other purpose than that of worshipping the God and Governor of...
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The life and works of Robert Burns, ed. by R. Chambers. Libr. ed

Robert Burns - 1856
...Ids countenance is composed to the religious gloom, and he is groaning, sighing, and weeping for liis sins : in a word, there is such an absurd mixture of the serious and comic, that were we convened for any other purpose than that of worshipping the God and Governor of...
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Rambles Through the Land of Burns

Archibald R. Adamson - 1879 - 274 pages
...countenance is composed to the religious gloom, and he is groaning, sighing, and weeping for his sins—in a word, there is such an absurd mixture of the serious and comic that were we convened for any other purpose than that of worshipping the God and Governor of...
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English Language and Literary Criticism: English poetry

James Baldwin - English language - 1882
...and a confusion of sexes, ages, and characters, . . . and such an absurd mixture of the serious and comic, that were we convened for any other purpose than that of worshiping the God and Governor of Nature, the scene would exceed all power of face." Burns's description...
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, Volume 26; Volume 46

Universalism - 1889
...for squeezing or treading on him ; in an instant afterwards, his countenance is composed to religious gloom, and he is groaning, sighing, and weeping for...there is such an absurd mixture of the serious and comic, that were we convened for any other purpose than that of worshiping the God and Governor of...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1845
...his countenance is composed to the religious gloom, and he is groaning, sighing, and weeping for bis sins ; — in a word, there is such an absurd mixture of the serious and comic, that were we convened fur any other purpose than that of worshipping the God and Governor of...
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