[Puritanic and abstruse divinity texts]

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[Puritanic and abstruse divinity texts]

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"Aucterderran, Fife: In common with the rest of Scotland, the vulgar are, for their station, literate, beyond all other nations. Puritanic and abstruse divinity come in for a sufficient share in their little stock of books; and it is perhaps peculiar to them, as a people, that they endeavour to form opinions by reading, as well as by frequent conversation, on some very metaphysical points connected with religion, and on the depper doctrines of Christianity. They likewise read, occasionally, a variety of other books unconnected with such subjects... Although the parish consists wholly of the poorer ranks of sociey, newspapers are very generally read and attended to".

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Notes


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Accessed on 2019/11/23 02:26:42

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Scotland
Related people
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The Statistical Account of Scotland
Related place
Scotland
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[Puritanic and abstruse divinity texts]

Reading experience
Identifer:
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Evidence

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Source

The Statistical Account of Scotland

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Notes


How to cite this record

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http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/71850
Accessed on 2019/11/23 02:26:42

Related place
Scotland
Related people
Related text or manuscript
The Statistical Account of Scotland
Related place
Scotland
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