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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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A History of the Town of Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts: From Its ...

Lemuel Shattuck - Acton (Mass. : Town) - 1835 - 392 pages
...whole of Burgoyne's army parade their arms, and march out of their lines ; a wonderful sight indeed ; it was the Lord's doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes." They guarded the prisoners to Cambridge. $206 were subscribed to encourage these men, beside the bounty...
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Works, Complete, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1835
...the 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 therefore praise the Lord for his goodness, and for all the wonders that he doeth...
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Centenary of Wesleyan Methodism: A Brief Sketch of the Rise, Progress, and ...

Thomas Jackson - Itinerancy (Church polity) - 1839 - 240 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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Miscellaneous Works: Stories for persons in the middle ranks. Tales for the ...

Hannah More - 1840
...of the 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.' — ' О that men would therefore praise the Lord for his goodness, and for all the wonders that He...
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The Life of the Rev. Charles Wesley: Comprising a Review of His ..., Volume 1

Thomas Jackson - Methodism - 1841 - 576 pages
...city, I will flee to another. But, setting aside my office, I will not give up my birthright, as an Englishman, of visiting what part I please of His...eyes. Our adversaries' hearts were turned. Even Mr. Sutton and Willey laboured to take off the mob, and quench the fire themselves had kindled. Whether...
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The Life of the Rev. Charles Wesley, M.A., Some Time Student of Christ ...

Thomas Jackson - Methodism - 1842 - 797 pages
...city, I will flee to another. But, setting aside my office, 1 will not give up my birthright, as an Englishman, of visiting what part I please of his...eyes. Our adversaries' hearts were turned. Even Mr. Sutton and Willey laboured to take off the mob, and quench the fire themselves had kindled. Whether...
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The Life of the Rev. John Wesley: ... with the Life of the Rev. Charles ...

John Whitehead - 1845
...door is opened; and do not 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 United Secession Magazine, Volume 2

1845
...overtake us, had actually passed us before daylight. How we ever met again was a mystery to alii but "it was the Lord's •doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes." I shall not attempt to describe the scene of our remarkable greeting. It was not joyous, for, alas,...
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The Ecclesiologist, Volume 2

Church architecture - 1846
...almost as one man. The founders of the Architectural Societies were astonished at their own success. It was the LORD'S doing ; and it was marvellous in our eyes. Those who were then engaged in the work can never forget their astonishment at the spread of their...
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The Complete Works of Hannah More, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1817
...of the 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 therefore praise the Lord for his goodness, and for all the wonders that he doeth...
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