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" Probably the latter; for the mob were wrought up to such a pitch of fury that their masters dreaded the consequence, and therefore went about appeasing the multitude and charging them not to touch us in our departure. "
A history military and municipal of the ancient borough of Devizes [by H. Bull]. - Page 385
by Henry Bull (of Devizes.) - 1859 - 80 pages
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The New-York Missionary Magazine, and Repository of Religious ..., Volume 2

Missions - 1801
...of the farmer for the prefervation of our lives, we muft have been burned to ames with the houfe. ' It was the Lord's doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes.' — ' O that men would therefore praife the Lord for his goodnefs, and for all the wonders that he...
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The works of Hannah More, Volume 4

Hannah More - 1801
...farmer for the " prefervation of our lives, we muft have " been burned to afhes with the houfe. *' ' It was the Lord's doing, and it was " marvellous in our eyes.' — * O that men *' would therefore praife the Lord for his *' goodnefs, and for all the wonders that...
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The life of the rev. John Wesley, M.A. to which is prefixed, some ..., Volume 1

John Whitehead - 1805
...is opened ; and do not you say,- that I do. " He went away with this answer, and we betook ourselves to prayer and thanksgiving. We perceived it was the Lord's doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes. The hearts of our adversaries were turned. Whether pity for us, or fear for themselves, wrought strongest,...
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The Life of the Rev. Charles Wesley: Late Student of the Christ-church ...

John Whitehead - Biography - 1805 - 267 pages
...is opened ; and do not you say, that I do. " He went away with this answer, and we betook ourselves to prayer and thanksgiving. We perceived it was the Lord's doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes. The hearts of our adversaries were turned. Whether pity for us, or fear for themselves, wrought strongest,...
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The Life of the Rev. John Wesley, A. M., with Memoirs of the Wesley Family ...

George Bourne - Funeral sermons - 1807 - 351 pages
...is opened ; and do not you say that I do. " He went away with this answer, and we betook ourselves to prayer and thanksgiving. We perceived it was the Lord's doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes. The hearts of our adversaries were turned. Whether pity for us, or fear for themselves, wrought strongest,...
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The works of ... George Horne; to which are prefixed memoirs of ..., Volume 3

George Horne (bp. of Norwich.) - 1818
...consider wisely, with due attention, diligence, and impartiality, we may discern and understand that it was " the Lord's doing, " and it was marvellous in our eyes." For these and all other benefits which have been it) old time conferred, and often since preserved...
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The Works of the Right Reverend George Horne ...: To which are ..., Volume 3

George Horne, William Jones - Bible - 1818
...consider wisely, with due attention, diligence, and impartiality, we may discern and understand that it was " the Lord's doing, " and it was marvellous in our eyes." For these and all other benefits which have been in, old time conferred, and often since preserved...
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Stories for the Middle Ranks of Society and Tales for the Common ..., Volume 1

Hannah More - 1818
..." farmer for the preservation of our lives, " we must have been burned to ashes " with the house. ' It was the Lord's " ' doing, and it was marvellous in our " ' eyes.' — ' O that men would there" ' fore praise the Lord for his goodness, " ' and for all the wonders...
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The Life of the Rev. John Wesley, A.M.: Fellow of Lincoln College ..., Volume 2

Henry Moore - Clergy - 1825 - 949 pages
...preaching ' here ; and do not you say, that I do.' " He went away with this answer, and we betook ourselves to prayer and thanksgiving. We perceived it was the Lord's doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes. The hearts of our adversaries were turned. Whether pity for us, or fear for themselves, wrought strongest,...
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The Life of the Rev. John Wesley, A.M., Fellow of Lincoln College ..., Volume 2

Henry Moore - Clergy - 1826
...preaching here ; and do not you say, that I do.' " He went away with this answer, and we betook ourselves to prayer and thanksgiving. We perceived it was the Lord's doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes. The hearts of our adversaries were turned. Whether pity for us, or fear for themselves, wrought strongest,...
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