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But I desire such would be perswaded to hear what the late A. B. Tillotson thought of these matters, (and I hope some Deference is due to his Judgment).
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In matters of great concern, and which must be done,' says Tillotson, 'there is no surer argument of a weak mind than irresolution-to be undetermined when the case is so plain and the necessity so urgent.
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Edmund Burke, Clarendon, John Locke, Archbishop Tillotson, and Dr. Johnson were all distinguished for having great strength of memory.
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At Austin, I found our Tillotson Institute rapidly filling with students-bright and earnest.
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J.A. Cole's S.S. Class, 6; Anna C. Arms' S.S. Class, 1.50, _for Student Aid_, _Marion, Ala._ 7.50 Marseilles.-_for Reading Room_, _Tillotson Inst.
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Mrs. Little, _for Tillotson Inst.
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T.S. Spylen, _for Student Aid_, _Tillotson Inst.
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He is a pagan Tillotson disencumbered of the archiepiscopal robes, a practical Christian unbewildered with doctrinal punctilios.
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As a proof that freethinking by no means corrupts character, Collins gives in conclusion a list of noble freethinkers from Socrates down to Locke and Tillotson.
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Tillotson und Sherlock gegenüber eben in keinem vortheilhaften Lichte erschien.
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Tillotson, Dechant von Canterbury, der berühmteste Kanzelredner der damaligen Zeit, kam vom Krankenlager dahin.
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Tillotson, Tenison, Stillingfleet, Patrick und Sherlock waren dabei anwesend.
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Tillotson, John, Archbishop of Canterbury, 597, 598, 599.
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Has any Body thought the worse of _Stillingfleet_, _Tillotson_, and _Burnet_, upon this Account?
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For a moment he had a vision of his mother, sitting very upright, on a Sunday evening, reading Dr. Tillotson's sermons in the best parlour at Salem; then he swung round on the girl and caught both her hands in his.
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He is a most intelligent and seemingly truly pious person, and well acquainted with English spiritual literature, especially with the writings of Bishops Taylor and Tillotson, whom he professed to hold in great admiration; though he asserted that both these divines, great men as they undoubtedly were, were far inferior writers to his own celebrated countryman Archbishop Teekon, and their productions less replete with spiritual manna-against which assertion I felt little inclined to urge any objection, having myself perused the works of the great Russian divine with much comfort and satisfaction, and with which I can only regret [that] the devout part of the British public are up to the present moment utterly unacquainted.
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I have lent him Tillotson and your favourite Bishop Taylor, and he is much touched, he says; and as a proof of his repentance—(and herein lies my secret)—what do you think he is doing with Francis?
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Just before the appointed hour of eleven, Caterina came down into the drawing-room, looking so unusually ill as to call forth an anxious inquiry from Lady Cheverel, who, on learning that she had a severe headache, insisted that she should not attend service, and at once packed her up comfortably on a sofa near the fire, putting a volume of Tillotson's Sermons into her hands-as appropriate reading, if Caterina should feel equal to that means of edification.
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In this way the time wore on till Tina heard the sound of voices along the passage, and became conscious that the volume of Tillotson had slipped on the floor.
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Par Swift, par Machiavel, par La Rochefoucauld, Fénelon, Luther, Platon, Tillotson, Wesley et Rousseau, qui tous n'auraient pas donné une patate de la vie.
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Examples of Tillotson

Example #1
If they look into the 11th Volume of his 'Sermons', they will find that in his Discourse against the _Evil of Corrupt Communication_, he tells them, _That Plays, as the Stage now is, are intolerable, and not fit to be permitted in a Civiliz'd, much less in a Christian Nation, They do most notoriously minister_, says he, _both to Infidelity and Vice.
Example #2
By the Prophaneness of them they are apt to instil bad Principles into the Minds of Men, and to lessen that Awe, and Reverence which all Men ought to have for God and Religion: and by their Lewdness they teach Vice, and art apt to infect the Minds of Men, and dispose them to Lewd and Dissolute Practices.
Example #3
CHAPTER XV SOME OF LABOR'S COMPENSATIONS.
Example #4
Better far the silent tongue but the eloquent deed.
Example #5
The blood was taken from a colored woman at the Woman's Hospital, who developed hematochyluria after labor.
Example #6
Lachausse speaks of a woman of thirty who bore one child on April 30, 1748, and another on September 16th in the same year.