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" ... than to see the two pretended mourners bend down the arms, which were before extended, and dispose them upon the trunk, in such a manner as is usual in corpses. " The body, being taken down from the cross, was received in a fair large winding sheet,... "
The Free-thinker - Página 33
1722
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The Magazine of Magazines: Compiled from Original Pieces, with ..., Volumen11

1756
...wai an effigies fo contrived that its limlis were foft and flexible, as if they had been real flefh : and nothing could be more furprizing than to fee the two pretended mourners bend down, the arm: which were before extended, and dilpofe them upon the dunk in fuch For MARCH, 1756. 'udi a manner...
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The Modern Traveller: Being a Collection of Useful and ..., Volumen1

1776
...limbs were foft and flexible, as if they had been real flefh : and nothing could be more furprifingthan to fee the two pretended mourners bend down the arms,...the trunk in fuch a manner as is ufual in corpfes. The body was now received in a fair large winding-meet, and carried down from Calvary, the •whole...
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The Orthodox churchman's magazine; or, A Treasury of divine and ..., Volumen10

1806
...are soft and flexible, as if it had been real flesh; and nothing can be more surprising, than te see the two pretended, mourners bend down the arms which were before extended, and dispose them upon the trunk, in such a manner as is usual in corpses. The body being taken down from...
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The Churchman's Magazine, Volumen3

1806
...soft and flexible, as if it had been real flesh ; and nothing; can be more surprizing, than to see the two pretended mourners bend down the arms which were before extended, and dispose them upon the trunk, in such a manner as is usual in corpses. The body being taken down from...
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A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and ..., Volumen10

John Pinkerton - 1811
...limbs were foft and flexible, as if they had been real fleih ; and nothing could be more furprifmg, than to fee the two pretended mourners bend down the...the trunk, in fuch a manner as is ufual in corpfes. The body being taken down from the crofs, was received in a fair large windingmeet, and carried down...
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The Monthly repository (and review).

1821
...soft and flexible, as if they had been real flesh : and nothing could be more surprising than to see the two pretended mourners bend down the arms which were before extended, and dispose them upon the trunk, in a manner usual with a real софте. At the ' stone of unction' they...
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Palestine: or, The Holy Land

1824 - 372 páginas
...soft and flexible, as if they had been real flesh ; and nothing could be more surprising than to see the two pretended mourners bend down the arms, which were before extended, and dispose them upon the trunk, in such a manner as is usual in corpses. " The body, being taken down...
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Critica Biblica: or, Depository of sacred literature, comprising remarks on ...

William Carpenter - 1827
...soft and flexible, as if they had been real flesh ; and nothing could be more surprising than to see the two pretended mourners bend down the arms, which were before extended, and dispose them upon the trunk, in such a manner as is usual in corpses. The body, being taken down from...
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The British Magazine, Volumen1,Tema 4

1830
...soft and flexible, as if they had been real flesh; and nothing could be more surprising than to see the two pretended mourners bend down the arms, which were before extended, and dispose them upon the trunk, in such a manner as is usual in corpses. " The body, being taken down...
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Palestine: Or, the Holy Land : from the Earliest Period to the Present Time

Michael Russell (bp. of Glasgow and Galloway.) - 1831 - 448 páginas
...soft and flexible, as if they had been real flesh; and nothing could be more surprising than to see the two pretended mourners bend down the arms which were before extended, and dispose them upon the trunk in such a manner as is usual in corpses. The body being taken down from...
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