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The Laird o’ Coul’s Ghost

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Author: Anonymous
Published: 1722
Language: English
Wordcount: 7,329 / 27 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 59.4
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 979
Added to site: 2010.06.17
mnybks.net#: 28167
Origin: gutenberg.org
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ficient for some villages: But for your great Cities, such as London, Edinburgh, or the like, there is one great Angel that has the Superintendency of the whole; and there are inferior ones, or Spirits departed, to whose particular Charge, such a particular man of Weight and Bussiness is committed. Now, Sir, the Kingdom of Sathan does ape the Kingdom of Christ as much in matters of Politicks as can be: well knowing that the Court of Wisdom is above; so that, hence are sent out Missionaries too in the same order. But because, the Kingdom of Sathan is much better replenished than the other, instead of one Devil, in many Instances, there are 2 or 3 commissioned to attend a particular Family, if it be a Family of great Influence, Power, or Distinction.

O. I read that there are 10-000d Times 10-000d Angels that wait on God, and sing his Praise, and do his Will; and I cannot understand how the good Angels should be inferior in Number to the Evil.

C. Did I not say that whatever the Number be, yet the S

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