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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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Swindon fifty years ago, more or less: reminiscences, notes, and relics of ...

William Morris - Swindon (Wiltshire, England) - 1885 - 527 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...eyes. Our adversaries' hearts were turned. Even Mr. Sutton and Mr. Willey laboured to take off the mob and quench the fire themselves had kindled. Whether...
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The Perfect Life: Sermons

William John Knox-Little - Perfection - 1898 - 368 pages
...God's works 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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Report of the Mildmay park conference, Volume 24

Mildmay conference - 1869 - 2062 pages
...to bid that amount, and it was knocked down to me for the exact sum I had in the bank. I felt that it was the Lord's doing, and it was marvellous in our eyes. Then came another difficulty : there was a long lease on the ground, a lease of nearly 80 years, which...
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