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" ... back on the tenor of my life, with the consciousness of few great offences to account for. There are blemishes, I confess, which deform in some degree the picture. But I know the benignity of the Supreme Being, and rejoice at the thoughts of its exertion... "
The Miscellaneous Works of Henry Mackenzie - Page 132
by Henry Mackenzie - 1820
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The Man of Feeling

Henry Mackenzie - Benevolence - 1800 - 176 pages
...Supreme Being, and rejoice at the thoughts of its exertion in my favour. My mind expands at the thought I shall enter into the society of the blessed, wise...had just fallen upon it. His eye began to moisten too—we sat for some time silent—At last, \tith an attempt to a look of more composure, " There...
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The Man of Feeling

Henry Mackenzie - Benevolence - 1800 - 176 pages
...Supreme Being, and rejoice at the thoughts of its exertion in my favour. My mind expands at the thought I shall enter into the society of the blessed, wise...angels, with the simplicity of children." He had by this 168 time clasped my hand, and found it wet by a tear which had just fallen upon it. — His eye began...
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The Works of Henry Mackenzie ...: The man of feeling, and Miscellaneous pieces

Henry Mackenzie - 1815
...Supreme Being, and rejoice at the thoughts of its exertion in my favour. My mind expands at the thought I shall enter into the society of the blessed, wise...children." He had by this time clasped my hand, and found itwet by a tear which had just fallen upon it. His eye began to moisten too— we sat for some time...
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The Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions &c

Decorative arts
...the benignity of the Supreme Being, and rejoice at thetboughts of its exertion in my favour. My mind expands at the thought that I shall enter into the...had by this time clasped my hand, and found it wet with a tear which had just fallen upon it. His eye began to moisten too: we sat for some time silent....
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The novels of Sterne, Goldsmith, dr. Johnson, Mackenzie, Horace Walpole, and ...

Laurence Sterne - 1823
...the benignity of the Supreme Being, and rejoice at the thoughts of its exercise in my favour. My mind " )? # en my heart, and make me almost wish to live. I have been blessed with a few friends, who redeem my...
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Cyclopędia of English literature, Volume 2

Robert Chambers - 1844
...Supreme Being, and rejoice at the thoughts of its exertion in my favour. My mind expands at the thought connect The landscape with the quiet of the sky. The...These plots of cottage ground, these orchard tufts, eut for some time silent. At last, with an attempt at a look of more composure, ' There are some remembrances,'...
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Cyclopędia of English Literature: A History, Critical and ..., Volume 2

Robert Chambers - English literature - 1844
...Supreme Being, and rejoice at the thoughts of its exertion in my favour. My mind expands at the thought ,' quoth he. ' Hold off; unhand me, gray-beard loon;'...he. He holds him with his glittering eye — The we baud, and found it wet by a tear which had just fallen upon it. His eye began to moisten too — we...
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The Rural echo, and magazine of the North of Scotland mutual instruction ...

Lentush club - 1850
...that he thinks have found truth, and so receives what they say with an implicit faith." — LOCKE. " He had by this time clasped my hand, and found it...to moisten too — we sat for some time silent."— MACKENZIE. " Another time, walking on the top of a fresh molehill, I fell to my neck in the hole, through...
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The Literature and the Literary Men of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 2

Abraham Mills - English literature - 1851
...Supreme Being, and rejoice at the thoughts of its exertion in my favour. My mind expands at the thought I shall enter into the society of the blessed, wise...sat for some time silent. At last, with an attempt at a look of more composure, ' There are some remembrances,' said Harley, ' which rise involuntarily...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 14

Periodicals - 1851
...Supreme Being, and rejoice at the thoughts of its exertion in my favor. My mind expands at the thought I shall enter into the society of the blessed, wise...it wet by a tear which had just fallen upon it. His eve began to moisten too ; wo sat for some time silent. At lost, with an attempt at a look of more...
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