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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 Life of the Rev. John Wesley, A.M.: Sometime Fellow of Lincoln College ...

Richard Watson - 1849 - 323 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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Journal, Etc: To which are Appended Selections from His ..., Volume 1

Charles Wesley - 1849
...with this answer, and we betook ourselves again to prayer and thanksgiving. We perceived it was tlie Lord's doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes. Our adversaries' hearts were turned. Even Mr. Sutton and Willy laboured to take off the mob, and quench the fire themselves had kindled. Whether...
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Elegant Narratives

American Tract Society - American literature - 1850 - 456 pages
...the farmer for the preservation of our lives, we might 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 praise the Lord for his goodness, and for his wonderful works to the children of...
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The Church of England leaves her children free to whom to open their griefs ...

Edward Bouverie Pusey - 1850
...God's works 198 through His own Ordinance. We have seen it, heard it, felt it, handled it. We saw that it was " the Lord's doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes." In this is our comfort, our hope. He through the Church revived it ; He enlarged it ; He poured out...
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A History, Military and Municipal, of the Ancient Borough of the Devizes ...

Henry Bull - Devizes (England) - 1859 - 602 pages
...one 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 Majesty's...for us or fear for themselves wrought strongest, God knowcth. Probably the latter; for the mob were wrought up to such a pitch of fury that their masters...
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Trial of John H. Surratt in the Criminal Court for the District of ..., Volume 2

John Harrison Surratt - Trials (Assassination) - 1867
...to the God of our fathers and our God, for his great deliverance? for it has been truly eaid, that "it was the Lord's doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes." In that hour of the nation's jubilee, when a song of triumph seemed to lise from the great heart of...
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The Colonial Church Chronicle, Missionary Journal, and Foreign ..., Volume 26

Missions - 1872
...appears to have resigned his Metranship some time after the arrival of Mar Athanasius.— GB II. •' it was the Lord's doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes." At his presence our love grew hot, even as the horn of ointment iu the hands of Samuel the Prophet...
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The Life and Letters of William Pennefather

William Pennefather - 1878 - 536 pages
...went gradually up from ^100, and it was knocked down to me for the exact sum I had in the bank. I felt it was the Lord's doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes!" Then came the transactions with the leaseholder, too long to be detailed here. Suffice it to say, that...
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The shepherd of Salisbury plain and 'Tis all for the best [&c. 3 stories].

Hannah More - Chapbooks, English - 1884 - 111 pages
...of the farmer for the preservation of our lives, we might have been burnt to ashes with the house. ' It was the Lord's doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes.' ' Oh that men would praise the Lord for His goodness, and for His wonderful works to the children of...
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The gospel of the grace of God, sermons

Thomas Spurgeon - 1884
...heart and brought tears to the eyes and softened the spirit of the hardened jailor. In either case it was the Lord's doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes. In each case, too, faith was exercised. The apostle Paul spoke to the woman by the river side about...
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