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Familiar dialogues on dancing, between a minister and a dancer : taken from matter of fact : with an appendix containing some extracts from the writings of pious and eminent men against the entertainments of the stage, and other vain amusements : recommended to the perusal of Christians of every denomination /

Familiar dialogues on dancing, between a minister and a dancer : taken...

Substantiated by quotations from other writers including Pascal, the Prince of Conti, Chief Justice Hale, and Archbishop Tillotson, Phillips declares dance to be a vain and idle amusement. While he acknowledges... more

For the North American and U. S. Gazette. Mr. Editor:- I have read with that respect that his writings ever ensure for themselvs, the able article of Cecil in this morning's paper, and while agreeing to a portion of his facts and opinions, must

For the North American and U. S. Gazette. Mr. Editor:- I have read wit...

On verso: 50937 '04. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 234, Folder 4.

Pundit expounding the sacred writings

Pundit expounding the sacred writings

(DLC/PP-1935:0022). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "The Maharaja's Water Carnival" by R.D. Mackenzie, Century, 60:115 (May 1900).

James Madison. Incomplete list writings by "Mr. M".

James Madison. Incomplete list writings by "Mr. M".

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