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" Where now is there a man who, like the primitive Christians, is traveling to heaven barefooted and clad in coarse raiment?" When this interrogation had been repeated beyond all reasonable endurance, Johnny rose from the log on which he was reclining,... "
The Botany of Desire: A Plant's-eye View of the World - Seite 28
von Michael Pollan - 2001 - 271 Seiten
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history wayne county, ohio

ben douglass - 1878
...carnal excesses of calico and "store tea/' With a supercilious pharisaical air, the preacher asked, "Where now is there a man who, like the primitive Christians, is traveling to heaven bare-footed and clad in coarse raiment?" The interrogation being frequently repeated, Johnny, who was...
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American Folklore

Richard M. Dorson - 1977 - 338 Seiten
...a snake, he weeps. Once a pompous evangelist berated his frontier audience for their vanity, asking "Where now is there a man who, like the primitive Christians, is traveling to heaven barefooted and clad in coarse raiment?" Johnny stepped forward and said, "Here's your primitive Christian."...
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Abe Lincoln Grows Up

Carl Sandburg - 1975 - 222 Seiten
...sack with armholes cut in it j and a stump preacher once near the village of Mansfield was crying, "Where now is there a man who, like the primitive Christians, is traveling to Heaven barefooted and clad in coarse raiment?" when Johnny Appleseed came forward to put a bare foot on the...
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The American People: Stories, Legends, Tales, Traditions, and Songs

B. A. Botkin - 1998 - 405 Seiten
...the Pharisaic leaven in the preacher, who very frequently emphasized his discourse by the inquiry, "Where now is there a man who, like the primitive Christians, is travelling to heaven barefooted and clad in coarse raiment?" When this interrogation had been repeated...
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