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" I was myself. It was wonderful to see with what true Christian patience and constancy they bore their torments ; in the extremity of their pain never expressing anything like rage, but calling upon Almighty God and imploring his assistance. I visited... "
Autobiography of a French Protestant (J. Marteilhe) tr. from the French - Page 271
de Jean Marteilhe - 1757
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Volume 10

1837
...upon Almighty God, and imploring His assistance. I visited them day by day, and as often as I did in v conscience upbraided me for persisting so long in a religion whose capital errors I had before perceived, but above all, which inspired so much cruelty, a temper directly opposite to...
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The Church of England quarterly review, Volume 15

1844
...with a design to administer some comfort, but I wns glad to find them less moved than I was myself. It was wonderful to see with what true Christian patience...before perceived, and, above all, that inspired so much cruelty—a temper directly opposite to the spirit of Christianity. At last their wounds, like so many...
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Protestant Quarterly Review, Volumes 1 à 2

1844
...assistance. I visited them day by day, and as often as I did, my conscience upbraided me for persistiog ; tears and hard toil. The basis of his life was Sadness, Earnestness. In his latter preaching to me, made me sensible of my error, and experimentally taught me the excellency of the Protestant...
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History of the Huguenots

1844 - 300 pages
...upon Almighty God, and imploring his assistance. I visited them day by day, and as often as I did, ray conscience upbraided me for persisting so long in a religion whose capital errors I had before perceived ; but, above all, which inspired so much cruelty — a temper directly opposite...
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The Quarterly Review of the American Protestant Association, Volume 1

American Protestant Association - 1844
...I did, my conscience upbraided me for persisting so long in a religion whose capital errors I IOD» before perceived, and, above all, that inspired so much cruelty — a temper directly opposit? to the spirit of Christianity- At last their wounds, like so many mouths preaching to me,...
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The Bristol Protestant, Volume 1

1848
...constancy they bore their torments, in the extremity of their pain never expressing anything like rage, hut calling upon Almighty God, and imploring His assistance....perceived, and above all that, inspired so much cruelty. At last their wounds, like so many mouths preaching to me, made me sensible of my error, and experimentally...
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The Christian miscellany, and family visiter, Volume 9

1852
...day ; and as often as I did, my conscience upbraided me for persisting so long in a religion whoso capital errors I long before perceived, and, above...Christianity. At last their wounds, like so many mouths, preaching to me, made me sensible of my error, and experimentally taught me the excellency of tha Protestant...
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Miejour; Or, Provençal Legend. Life, Language, and Literature, in the Land ...

John Duncan Craig - 1877 - 496 pages
...with a design to administer some comfort, but I was glad to find them less moved than I was myself. It was wonderful to see with what true Christian patience...perceived, and, above all, that inspired so much cruelty. " At last their wounds, like so many mouths preaching to me, made me sensible of my error, and experimentally...
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The Huguenots and the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, Volume 2

Henry Martyn Baird - 1895
...Almighty God and imploring His assistance. I visited them day by day ; and as often as I did visit them my conscience upbraided me for persisting so long in a religion whose capital errors I had long since perceived, and, above all, a religion that inspired so much cruelty — a temper directly...
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