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" Let us all kneel, and jointly beseech the true and living God Almighty, in his mercy, to defend us from the haughty and fierce enemy; for He knows that we have undertaken a just war for the safety of our nation. "
The Cross in the Life and Literature of the Anglo-Saxons - Page 80
by William Oliver Stevens - 1904 - 105 pages
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The Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation: From the Coming of Julius ...

Saint Bede (the Venerable) - Abbots - 1723 - 479 pages
...to defend us from the haughty and fierce Enemy ; for he knows, that we have undertaken a juft IVar for the Safety of our Nation. All did as he had commanded, and N 2 acaccordingly advancing towards the Enemy with the nrft dawn of the Day, they obtain a the Victory,...
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The History of the Anglo-Saxons: Comprising the History ..., Volume 1; Volume 93

Sharon Turner - Anglo-Saxons - 1823
...the existing and the true, and unite to implore his protection against a fierce and arrogant enemy. He knows that we have undertaken a just war for the safety of our people." — The army obeyed the royal mandate. Lib. iii. c. 2. 33 Camden places this battle at Dilston,...
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Southwold and Its Vicinity, Ancient and Modern

Robert Wake - Southwold (England) - 1839 - 420 pages
...existing and the true, and let us " unite to implore his protection against a fierce and arrogant " enemy. He knows that we have undertaken a just war " for the safety of our people." The cause which was piously committed to " the great and only Potentate," was decided, as...
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The Complete Works of Venerable Bede: Ecclesiastical history

Saint Bede (the Venerable) - 1843
...which it was to be fixed, the king himself, full of faith, laid hold of it and held it with both his hands, till it was set fast by throwing in the earth;...did as he had commanded, and accordingly advancing towards the enemy with the first dawn of day, they obtained the victory, as their faith deserved. In...
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The priestess, by the translator of 'Margaret; or, The gold mine'.

Priestess - 1846
...the Existing and the True, and unite to implore His protection against a fierce and arrogant enemy. He knows that we have undertaken a just war for the safety of our people." The army, as if one man, obeyed the royal mandate. * " It is said that the crosse being made,...
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The Venerable Bede's Ecclesiastical History of England. Also the Anglo-Saxon ...

Saint Bede (the Venerable) - Great Britain - 1849 - 515 pages
...king himself, full of faith, laid hold of it and held it with both his hands, till it was set fast hy throwing in the earth ; and this done, raising his...did as he had commanded, and accordingly advancing towards the enemy with the first dawn of day, they obtained the victory, as their faith deserved. In...
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The Colonial Church chronicle, and missionary journal. July 1847 ..., Volume 2

1849
...it, till it was set fast by throwing in the earth ; and this done, raising his voice, he cried aloud to his army, " Let us all kneel and jointly beseech...undertaken a just war for the safety of our nation." This place, where he won his victory, was hence called in the English tongue Heofonfeld, " the heavenly...
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The Roman Wall: A Historical, Topographical, and Descriptive Account of the ...

John Collingwood Bruce - Great Britain - 1851 - 454 pages
...living God Almighty, in his mercy, to defend us from the haughty and fierce enemy ; for He knows that wo have undertaken a just war for the safety of our nation.'...did as he had commanded, and accordingly advancing towards the enemy with the first dawn of day, they obtained the victory, as their faith deserved. In...
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England before the Norman conquest, by the author of Domestic scenes in ...

England - 1851 - 321 pages
...the existing and the true, and unite to implore His protection against a fierce and arrogant enemy. He knows that we have undertaken a just war for the safety of our people." The army all knelt, and prayed for protection. Oswald gained the victory on this occasion....
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Legends of the Monastic Orders: As Represented in the Fine Arts : Forming ...

Mrs. Jameson (Anna) - Christian art and symbolism - 1852 - 462 pages
...in the earth. Then raising his voice, he cried, ' Let us all kneel down, and beseech the living God to defend us from the haughty and fierce enemy, for...undertaken a just war, for the safety of our nation.' Then they went against the enemy and obtained a victory as their faith deserved." This king Oswald...
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