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" ... religion, whatever it be, which is reflected upon them from the persons with whom they happen to converse. With Christians they profess themselves Christians ; with Turks they are good Mussulmans ; with Jews they pass for Jews ; being such proteuses... "
Syria and Asia Minor - Σελίδα 267
των Josiah Conder - 1824
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A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and ..., Τόμος 10

John Pinkerton - 1811
...Proteus's in religion that no body was ever able to difcover what ihape or ftandard their confciences are really of. All that is certain concerning them...make very much and good wine, and are great drinkers. Friday, March 5. — This whole day we fpent at Jebilee, to recruit ourfelves after our late fatigues...

A Journey from Aleppo to Jerusalem: At Easter, A.D. 1697

Henry Maundrell - 1836 - 271 σελίδες
...With Christians they profess themselves Christians ; with Turks they are good Mussulmans ; with Jews they pass for Jews ; being such proteuses in religion,...make very much and good wine, and are great drinkers. FRIDAY, MARCH 5. THIS whole day we spent at Jebilee to recruit ourselves after our late fatigues ;...

Travels in Palestine and Syria, Τόμος 2

George Robinson - 1837
...Christians; with Turks they are good Mussulmen ; with Jews they pass for Jews, being such Pretenses in religion, that nobody was ever able to discover...very much and good wine, and are great drinkers." Note 12, page 84. Travellers in these unfrequented parts cannot be too circumspect in the choice of...

An Analytical and Comparative View of All Religions Now Extant Among Mankind ...

Josiah Conder - 1838 - 698 σελίδες
...Sooffees, outwardly conform to the religion of those they mix with. Maundrell, after describing them as " such Proteuses in religion, that nobody was ever able...shape or standard their consciences are really of," adds : " All that is certain concerning them is, that they make very much and good wine, and are great...

The People's Dictionary of the Bible

John Relly Beard - 1847
...(hey pass for Jews; being such Proteases in religion that nobody was ever able to discover what shape their consciences are really of. All that is certain...make very much and good wine, and are great drinkers' (16) CHAMOIS is, in zoology, the common name of the Antílope rupicapra. The antílope is a gregarious...

Early Travels in Palestine

Thomas Wright - 1848 - 517 σελίδες
...Christians; with Turks they are good Mussulmans; with Jews they pass for * The Nosairi, or Anaariuns. Jews ; being such Proteuses in religion, that nobody...make very much and good wine, and are great drinkers. March 5. — This whole day we spent at Jebilee, to recruit ourselves after our late fatigues ; having...

Early Travels in Palestine: Comprising the Narratives of Arculf, Willibald ...

Thomas Wright - 1848 - 517 σελίδες
...are good Mussulmans; with Jews they pass for * The Nosairi, or Ansarians. Jews ; being such Proteases in religion, that nobody was ever able to discover...make very much and good wine, and are great drinkers. March 5. — This whole day we spent at Jebilee, to recruit ourselves after our late fatigues ; having...

Aaron-Guestchamber

John Relly Beard - 1850
...they pass for Jews ; being such Proteases in religion that nobody was ever able to discover what shape their consciences are really of. All that is certain...make very much and good wine, and are great drinkers' (18) CHAMOIS is, in zoology, the common name of the Antilope rupicapra. The antilope is a gregarious...

New Monthly Magazine, Τόμος 94

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, William Harrison Ainsworth, Thomas Hood - 1852
...With Christians they profess themselves Christians ; with Turks, they are good Mussulmans ; with Jews, they pass for Jews ; being such Proteuses in religion,...very much and good wine, and are great drinkers." This last statement is fathered by Mr. Walpole on Pococke. The latter learned traveller says of the...

The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ...

1852
...With Christiaus they profess themselves Christians ; with Turks, they are good Mussulmans ; with Jews, they pass for Jews ; being such Proteuses in religion,...very much and good wine, and are great drinkers." This last statement is fathered by Mr. Walpole on Pococke. The latter learned traveller says of the...




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