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336. oldal - For heaven's sake, let us sit upon the ground, And tell sad stories of the death of kings: — How some have been depos'd, some slam in war, Some...
340. oldal - ... They are all, at root, Salvationists. Let us trace this religion of Salvation from its beginnings. So many things that man does not himself contrive or desire are always happening: death, plagues, tempests, blights, floods, sunrise and sunset, growths and harvests and decay, and Kant's two wonders of the starry heavens above us and the moral law within us...
141. oldal - the spiritual creatures that walk the earth, " Unseen, both when we wake and when we sleep.
340. oldal - Because that which may be known of God is manifest in " them" (" the ungodly and unrighteous;") for God hath shewed it unto them.
305. oldal - His soul is all of a glow ; he feels, for the first time in his life, that he is in the presence "of his Creator.
175. oldal - Total obligations.... 6 966 157 7,698 921 8,275 000 Mr. THOMAS. Yes ; I kept on looking at you. I have not seen you in a long time. How are you doing with that office ? Mr. WINDELS. All right, sir. Mr. THOMAS. You have an open house 8 or 9 hours a day there, do you not ? You have a lot of visitors there. Where is Mr. Newton ? Mr. GADSBY. Right next to Mr. Windels. Mr. THOMAS.
76. oldal - Mrs. Bill, left to herself, resumed reading a blood and thunder romance.
133. oldal - Delorme met with an accident last evening, that will confine him to his room for several days. With your permission, I think our little festival had better be postponed a short time. My friend sends his compliments. " Very truly yours,
27. oldal - will you have the goodness to tell us what you know of M.

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