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" We had much conversation on moral subjects ; from which both their Majesties let it appear, that they were warm friends to Christianity ; and so little inclined to infidelity, that they could hardly believe that any thinking man could really be an atheist,... "
The Universal Magazine - Page 207
1806
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The Orthodox churchman's magazine; or, A Treasury of divine and ..., Volume 11

1806 - 500 pages
...were warm friends to Christianity; and so little inclined to inBdeliiy, that thpy could hardly believe that any thinking man could really be an atheist,, unless he could bring himself to believe, that he had made himself ; a' thought which pleased the King exceedingly ; and he repeated it several .times...
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Monthly Review; Or New Literary Journal

1806 - 572 pages
...warm friends to Christianity ; and so little inclined to infidelity, that they could hardly believe that any thinking man could really be an atheist,...and he repeated it several times to the Queen. He asked, whether any thing had been written against me. ^1 spoke of the late pamphlet, of which I gave...
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An Account of the Life and Writings of James Beattie, L.L.D...

Sir William Forbes - 1806 - 578 pages
...warm friends to Christianity ; and so little inclined to infidelity, that they could hardly believe that any thinking man could really be an atheist,...and he repeated it several times to the Queen. He asked, whether any thing had been written against me. I spoke of the late pamphlet, of which I gave...
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An Account of the Life and Writings of James Beattie, LL.D. Late ..., Volume 1

Sir William Forbes - 1807 - 408 pages
...warm friends to Christianity ; and so little inclined to infidelity, that they could hardly believe that any thinking man could really be an atheist,...and he repeated it several times to the Queen. He asked, whether any thing had been written against me. I spoke of the late pamphlet, of which I gave...
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An Account of the Life and Writings of James Beattie ...: Including Many of ...

Sir William Forbes - 1807 - 412 pages
...warm friends tq Christianity ; and so little inclined to infidelity, that they could hardly believe that any thinking man could really be an atheist,...and he repeated it several times to the Queen. He asked, whether any thing had been written against me. I spoke of the late pamphlet, of which I gave...
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An Account of the Life and Writings of James Beattie: Including ..., Volume 1

Sir William Forbes - 1807 - 408 pages
...so little inclined to infidelity, that they could hardly believe that any thinking man could rfeally be an atheist, unless he could bring himself to believe,...and he repeated it several times to the Queen. He asked, whether any thing had been written against me. I spoke of the late pamphlet, of which I gave...
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An Account of the Life and Writings of James Beattie: Including ..., Volume 1

Sir William Forbes, James Beattie - 1807 - 572 pages
...warm friends to Christianity ; and so little inclined to infidelity, that they couJd hardly believe that any thinking man could really be an atheist,...bring himself to believe, that he made himself; A thought/which pleased the King exceedingly ; and he repeated it . several times to the Queen. He asked,...
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The Cabinet: Or, Monthly Report of Polite Literature, Volume 2

1807 - 552 pages
...warm friends to Christianity ; and so little inclined to infidelity, that they could hardly believe that any thinking man could really be an atheist, unless he could bring himself to believe tbat he made himself ; a thought which pleased the King exceedingly ; and he repeated it several times...
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An excursion to Windsor, in July 1810. Also A sail down the river Medway ...

John Evans - 1817 - 610 pages
...warm friends to Christianity, and so little inclined to infidelity, that they could hardly believethat any thinking man could really be an Atheist unless...and he repeated it several times to the queen. He asked whether any thing had been written against me. I spoke of a late pamphlet, and of which I gave...
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The Leeds Correspondent, Volume 2

John Ryley, John Gawthorp, John Whitley - 1818 - 308 pages
...warm friends to Christianity : and so little inclined to infidelity, that they could hardly believe that any thinking man could really be an atheist,...and he repeated it several times to the Queen. He asked, whether any thing had been written against me. I spoke of the late pamphlet, of which I gave...
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