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" You sinners are, and such a share As sinners may expect, Such you shall have; for I do save None but mine own elect. Yet to compare your sin with their, Who lived a longer time, I do confess yours is much less, Though every sin's a crime. "
A History of Literature in America - Página 38
de Barrett Wendell, Chester Noyes Greenough - 1904 - 443 páginas
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American Literature in the Colonial and National Periods

Lorenzo Sears - 1902 - 480 páginas
...sinners are, and such a share as sinners may expect ; Such you shall have, for I do save none but mine own elect ; Yet to compare your sin with their who...time, I do confess, yours is much less, though every sin 'sa crime. A crime it is, therefore, in bliss you may not hope to dwell, But unto you I shall allow...
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American Literature in the Colonial and National Periods

Lorenzo Sears - 1902 - 480 páginas
...both his and yours it was " — which is expounded in forty-eight lines, and then in stanza CLXXX. " You sinners are, and such a share as sinners may expect ; Such you shall have, for I do save none but mine own elect ; Yet to compare your sin with their who lived a longer time, I do confess, yours is...
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A History of American Literature, 1607-1865

William Peterfield Trent - 1903 - 608 páginas
...sophistical speech of Wigglesworth's God to the " Reprobate Infants " — a speech that concludes as follows: You sinners are, and such a share as sinners may expect,...own elect. Yet to compare your sin with their who liv'da longer time, I do confess yours is much less, though every sin's a crime. A crime it is, therefore...
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A History of American Literature, 1607-1865

William Peterfield Trent - 1903 - 608 páginas
...Wigglesworth's God to the " Reprobate Infants "—a speech that concludes as follows: You sinners arc, and such a share as sinners may expect, Such you shall...own elect. Yet to compare your sin with their who liv'da longer time, I do confess yours is much less, though every sin's a crime. A crime it is, therefore...
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A History of American Literature, 1607-1865

William Peterfield Trent - 1903 - 608 páginas
...sophistical speech of Wigglesworth's God to the " Reprobate Infanta " — a speech that concludes as follows: You sinners are, and such a share as sinners may expect,...you shall have, for I do save none but my own elect. Tet to compare your sin with their who liv'da longer time, I do confess yours is much less, though...
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Mr. Claghorn's Daughter

Hilary Trent - 1903 - 277 páginas
...to try, or grace to you to tender. Though he finds Grace before my face who was the chief offender. You sinners are, and such a share as sinners may expect, Such you shall have, for I do save none but mine own elect; Yet to compare your sin with their who sinned a longer time. I do confess yours is...
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Colonial Prose and Poetry: Colonial literature

William Peterfield Trent - 1903
...own hlect. Rev. 21:27. Yet to compare your sin with their Jj".^ 8 who liv'da longer time, Mat- "="• I do confess yours is much less though every sin's a crime. " A crime it is, therefore in hliss The wicked you may not hope to dwell ; convinced But unto you I shall allow and put to i •...
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The Arena, Volume 32

1904
...share in his treason, and in the punishment. You sinners are, and such a share as sinners may exj>ect, Such you shall have; for I do save none but my own elect. Yet to compare your sin with their who liv'd a long time, I do confess yours is much less, though every sin 'sa crime. A crime it is, therefore...
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An Historic Record and Pictorial Description of the Town of Meriden ...

Charles Bancroft Gillespie, George Munsor Curtis - 1906 - 1226 páginas
...the impressionable age. At the last judgment the words spoken to unbapt'f children are as follows : "You sinners are ; and such a share As sinners, may expect, Such you shall have, for I do save A rr|me jt |s ; therefore in bliss None but mine own elect. you may not hope to dwell ; Yet to compare...
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The Works of Donald G. Mitchell: American lands and letters; the Mayflower ...

Donald Grant Mitchell - 1907
...by B,,Gr«e», and J Alhnf for jBtfiiamitt Elat) at hn Shop under the Weft End of the Town»Houf«. "You sinners are, and such a share As sinners may...lived a longer time, I do confess yours is much less Thou' ev'ry sin 'sa crime. A crime it is, therefore in bliss You may not hope to dwell : But unto you,...
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