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    Theological Dictionary; Sunday- By Charles Buck 1851

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    The Lord's Day:

    AN ACCURATE STATEMENT OF THE MOST REMARKABLE TRANSACTIONS AND EVENTS RECODERD IN ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY

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    Religious Encyclopaedia: Sunday; By P Schaff & Herzog, - 1894

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    Dies Solis of the Roman Calendar.

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    The Civil Sabbath; By W. F. Crafts, - 1891

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    The American Sabbath: Addresses on the Civil Sabbath, From a Patriotic and Humanitarian Standpoint, Sabbath Laws from all the States and Territories, Judicial Decisions, Replys to the Seventh Day Adventists, ect.

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    The North British Review Vol. XVIII Nov 1852- Feb 1853

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    Sunday of the nineteenth Century: The North British Review Vol. XVIII Nov 1852- Feb 1853 In Babylon the sun-god was called Bel, in Phoenicia and Palestine, Baal, and Sun-day was "The wild solar holiday of all pagan times."  "North British Review," Vol. XVIII, p. 409. The North British Review gives the following reasons for the Christians" adopting the heathen Sun-day: "That very day was the Sunday of their heathen neighbors and respective countrymen, and patriotism gladly united with expediency in making it at once their Lord's day and their Sabbath. . . . That primitive church, in fact, was shut up to the adoption of the Sunday, -- until it became established and supreme, when it was too late to make another alteration."  Vol. XVIII, p. 409. Edinburgh: Feb., 1853.

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