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" He would make a great deal too bold with God in his passion, both with cursing and swearing, and a strain higher verging on blasphemy ; but would, in his better temper, say he hoped God would not impute them as sins, and lay them to his charge, seeing... "
The court and character of king James, written and taken by sir A.W. Repr - Side 58
av Anthony Weldon (sir.) - 1817
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An historical and critical account of the life and writings of James I. king ...

William Harris - 1772 - 255 sider
...myfelf to invent, in order to vindicate. (n) He ufed curfing and fwearing.] Here follow my proofs. "• He would make a great deal too bold " with God in his paffion, both in curfing and fwearfcs " ing, and one ftrain higher, verging on blafphemy ; " but would...
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Fragments of Scotish History ...

John Graham Dalyell - 1798 - 297 sider
...causse of erecting them wer dedicated for a strange peece of deuotione. He wold make a grate deall too bold with God in his passion, both in cursing and swearing, and one straine higher, verging one blafphemie : bot wold in his better temper say, he hopped God wold not...
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The court and character of King James, cont'd

Sir Walter Scott - 1811
...cause of erecting them) were dedicated for a strange peece of devotion. He would make a great deale too bold with God in his passion, both in cursing and swearing, and one straine higher verging on blasphemie ; but would in his better temper say, " He hoped God would not...
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An Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of ..., Volum 1

William Harris - 1814
...History of England, vol. II. p. 697. folio. Lond. 1706. casion, to titter the most bitter hnprecawith God in his passion, both in cursing and swearing,...impute them as sins, and lay them to his charge, seeing th«y proceeded from passion V An excellent reason this ! and an admirable excuse for an acknowledged...
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History of the University and colleges of Cambridge: including ..., Volum 1

George Dyer - 1814
...l603,a and a third, relating to subscription, passed A. 1612, in confirmation of James's grate deall too bold with God in his passion, both in cursing and swearing, and one straine higher, verging one blasphemie : bot wold in his better temper say, he hopped God would not...
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Illustrations, Critical, Historical, Biographical, and ..., Volum 3

Richard Warner - 1824
...peace with dishonour, than ten thousand pounds on an army that would have forced peace with honour. He would make a great deal too bold with God in his...swearing, and one strain higher, verging on blasphemy. He was crafty and cunning in petty things, as the circumventing any great man,* the change of a favourite,...
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Waverley Novels, Volum 26

Sir Walter Scott
...was even circular; his hands are in that walk ever fiddling about £a part of dress now laid aside. ] He would make a great deal too bold with God in his passion, both with cursing and swearing, and a strain higher verging on blasphemy ; but would, in his better temper,...
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Memorials of the Stuart dynasty: including the constitutional and ...

Robert Vaughan - 1831
...in its more censurable instances it does not admit of so favourable an explanation. It cannot • " He would make a great deal too bold with God in his...temper, say, he hoped God would not impute them as si,ls."_Weldon's Court and Character of James I. 23, 181, 186. The same sort of repentance followed...
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Bride of Lammermoor - Peveril of the peak

Sir Walter Scott - 1833
...was even circular ; his hands are in that walk ever riddling about [a part of dress now laid aside.'] He would make a great deal too bold with God in his passion, both with cursing and swearing, and a strain higher verging on blasphemy; but would, in his better temper,...
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Introductions, and Notes and Illustrations to the Novels, Tales ..., Volum 2

Sir Walter Scott - 1833
...was even circular ; his hands are in that walk ever fiddling about [a part of dress now laid aside.] He would make a great deal too bold with God in his passion, both with cursing and swearing, and a strain higher verging on blasphemy; but would, in his better temper,...
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