Such is the Bailiff of Hexham, who represents the iniquities of local magistrates.
"Shakespeare: His Life, Art, And Characters, Volume I." by H. N. Hudson
They found that iniquity did not pay.
"New Tabernacle Sermons" by Thomas De Witt Talmage
Iniquity of the Parents upon the Children.
"The Christian Home" by Samuel Philips
I knew New York was a sink-hole of iniquity, but I thought you were too good a boy to be misled.
"The Honorable Peter Stirling and What People Thought of Him" by Paul Leicester Ford
He finds his age or country stuck in some Serbonian bog of iniquity.
"William Lloyd Garrison" by Archibald H. Grimke
But though a world of hidden iniquity will appear when the counsels of the hearts shall be made manifest.
"Sermons on Various Important Subjects" by Andrew Lee
He is obliged to bear the iniquities of those whose maxims and rules of government he published.
"The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. I. (of 12)" by Edmund Burke
Who bought and sold their crime and waxed fat and rich on public iniquity?
"Darkwater" by W. E. B. Du Bois
It is fit you should know the amount of my iniquity.
"The Lancashire Witches" by William Harrison Ainsworth
But even in this view, thou never hast dealt with us as our iniquities deserved.
"The Power of Faith" by Isabella Graham
In those who give you grudging aid
These days, may we the spirits see
Who for the love of men would raid
The strongholds of iniquity?
"To A Politician" by Edward Dyson
Ah! mine iniquity crimson hath been,
Infinite, infiniteâ€”sin upon sin:
Sin of not loving Thee, sin of not trusting Thee -â€”
"No, Not Despairingly Come I to Thee" by Horatius Bonar
Wipe, from thy well-kept register, away
All my iniquities recorded there,
And cast not in my teeth, on that dread day,
The keen reproaches I deserve to hear.
"A Morning Prayer, To Be Us'd After A Person Is Up, Wash'd, And Dress'd" by Rees Prichard
Christ is the Lamb, that for our sins was slain,
Christ for our soul transgressions suffer'd pain,
Christ's precious blood, as on the cross he bled,
For our iniquities was freely shed.
"That Christ Was Typify'd" by Rees Prichard
Though thou wert in Iniquity conceiv'd,
Though thou so very lewd a life hast led,
When thou hast once Christ's covenant receiv'd,
He'll cleanse thy filth, and raise thee from the dead.
"Advice To A Sinner, To Come To Christ" by Rees Prichard
And when the public-houses there were blazing like a kiln,
She cried, " Now, my friends, we'll march to the Bonnet Hill,
And we'll fire the dens of iniquity without dismay,
Therefore let's march on, my friends, without delay."
"The Destroying Angel or The Poet's Dream" by William Topaz McGonagall