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" My constant reflections on the inconvenient, or rather injurious rites, introduced by the peculiar practice of Hindoo idolatry, which, more than any other pagan worship, destroys the texture of society, together with compassion for my countrymen, have... "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Página 144
1819
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign India ...

1833
...publishing it, were to convince his countrymen of the true meaning of their sacred books, and thereby enable them to " contemplate, with true devotion, the unity and omnipresence of Nature's God;" and to prove to Enropeans that " the superstitious practices, which deform the Hindu roligion, have...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ..., Volumen18

1834
...idolatry, which more than any other pagan worship, destroys the texture of society, — together with compassion for my countrymen, — have compelled me...dream of error ; and, by making them acquainted with the (their) scriptures, enable them to contemplate, with true devotion, the unity and omnipresence...
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Select Journal of Foreign Periodical Literature, Volumen1;Volumen3

Andrews Norton, Charles Folsom - 1834
...publishing it, were to convince his countrymen of the true meaning of their sacred books, and thereby enable them to "contemplate, with true devotion, the unity and omnipresence of Nature's God;" and to prove to Europeans that "the superstitious practices, which deform the Hindu religion, have...
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Anglo-India, Social, Moral, and Political: Tales and fictions. Biography

1838
...publishing it, were to convince his countrymen of the true meaning of their sacred books, and thereby enable them to " contemplate, with true devotion, the unity and omnipresence of Nature's God ;" and to prove to Europeans that "the superstitious practices, which deform the Hindu religion, have...
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Anglo-India, social, moral and political; a collection of papers from the ...

Asiatic journal - 1838
...publishing it, were to convince his countrymen of the true meaning of their sacred books, and thereby enable them to '• contemplate, with true devotion, the unity and omnipresence of Nature's God ;" and to prove to Europeans that "the superstitious practices, which deform the Hindu religion, have...
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Calcutta Review

1845
...idolatry, which, more than any other Pagan worship, destroys the texture of society, together with compassion for my countrymen, have compelled me to...their dream of error : and by making them acquainted zz with their scriptures, enable them to contemplate, with true devotion, the unity and omnipresence...
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The Calcutta Review, Volumen4

1848
...which, more than any other Pagan worship, destroys the texture of society, together with compas sion for my countrymen, have compelled me to use every...their dream of error : and by making them acquainted zz witli their scriptures, enable them to contemplate, with true devotion, the unity and omnipresence...
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The Progress of Religious Ideas: Through Successive Ages

Lydia Maria Child - 1855
...which deform the Hindoo religion have nothing to do with the pure spirit of its dictates." He says: "By taking the path which conscience and sincerity direct, I, born a Bramin, have exposed myself to the complaints and reproaches even of some of my relations, whose prejudices...
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The Progress of Religious Ideas: Through Successive Ages

Lydia Maria Child - 1855
...which deform the Hindoo religion have nothing to do with the pure spirit of its dictates." He says : " By taking the path which conscience and sincerity direct, I, born a Bramin, have exposed myself to the complaints and reproaches even of some of my relations, whose prejudices...
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On the relation between religion and science

George Combe - 1857
...Pagan worship, destroys the texture of society—together with compassion for my countrymen—have compelled me to use every possible effort to awaken...dream of error; and by making them acquainted with the [their] scriptures, enable them to contemplate, with true devotion, the unity and omnipresence...
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