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“_Murthers & Rapes_, and _Fires_, and my _Obscurity_ to somebody that is inclin'd to turn _Casuist in Divinity_.”
“Casuist!" was all the answer vouchsafed to him; and baffled -- but not yet defeated -- he went out into the May sunlight, quite determined, for once in his life, to take by storm the citadel that seemed proof against capitulation.”
“His reputation as a Casuist is such that his works on the Conscience are studied in the present generation.”
“Casuist!" he cried and drew her up the bend of the road.”
“Casuist ten times a week, he made no question of the righteousness of David's wickedness!”
“Whatever the cruelty of the slave-trade, or the severity of slavery on the continents or islands of America, we should still, in regard to its supposed consequences, be wiser, perhaps, to say with that great and simple Casuist Who gave the world the”
“Show me,' says the Romish Casuist, 'her right in law to let herself out of that nunnery.”
“Poor Papish have bowed more servilely to his Priest or Casuist?”
“That is using a right Lover's argument, and I dare dispute no longer with so profound a Casuist.”
“Doubt, which I am not Casuist enough to discharge.”
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