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In case that they would not abandon the religion which they preached, the officials of Masamune commenced to execute their orders.
So, when Sunday night come, and he preached in the school-house, he had quite a bunch of punchers corralled there to hear him.
Here, in the year 600, St. Augustine preached before the cathedral was built.
He soon after became a baptist, and preached that doctrine a number of years, and was extremely popular.
The religion they preached was not adapted to please sensual men; even infidels admit that they preached a pure morality.
In the churchyard, under a great tree, still standing, John Wesley preached his last open-air sermon.
He never missed a possible effect, and he considerably astonished the King's Warreners when he preached his first funeral sermon.
Preached propaganda by deed all his life—now he repudiates the first Attentat in this country.
The Jesuit Garasse, one of the most distinguished enemies of common sense, never preached in any other style.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
She looked around and saw a hundred of her sex practising the well-bred deportment that Mrs. Considine had preached.
JAFFERYWILLIAM J. LOCKE

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