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" ... cloud, but in none ; carrying some, as St. Paul was, to heaven in holy raptures, and enticing others, by a sacred art and courtship, to amend their lives ; here picturing a vice so as to make it ugly to those that practised it, and a virtue so as... "
Wycliffe to Wesley; heroes and martyrs of the Church in Britain [by G.J ... - Page 111
by Gregory J. Robinson - 1879
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Bishop Jewel. Bernard Gilpin. Richard Hooker. Archbishop Whitgift. John ...

Christian biography - 1810
...those that practised it; and a virtue so as to make it be beloved even by those that loved it not; and all this with a most particular grace and an inexpressible addition of comeliness. There may be some that may incline to think (such indeed as have not heard him) that my affection to...
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The Lives of Dr. John Donne; Sir Henry Wotton; Mr. Richard Hooker; Mr ...

Izaak Walton - 1817
...those that practised it, and я virtue so as to make it be beloved even by those tliat loved it not. and all this with a most particular grace and an inexpressible addition of comeliness. There may be some that may incline to think (such indeed as have not heard him), that my affection...
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Correlative claims and duties; or, An essay on "The necessity of a church ...

Samuel Charles Wilks - Christianity - 1821 - 561 pages
...those that practised it ; and a virtue, so as to make it be beloved even by those that loved it not ; and all this with a most particular grace, and an inexpressible addition of comeliness." The Christian pulpit owes its most persuasive eloquence to the peculiar character of the dispensation...
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The lives of Donne, Wotton, Hooker, Hebert, and Sanderson, Volume 1

Izaak Walton, Alexander Young, Thomas Zouch - 1832
...those that practised it, and a virtue so as to make it be beloved even by those that loved it not, and all this with a most particular grace and an inexpressible addition of comeliness. There may be some that may incline to think (such indeed as have not heard him), that my affection...
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The Library of the Old English Prose Writers ...: Walton's Lives

English literature - 1832
...those that practised it, and a virtue so as to make it be beloved even by those that loved it not, and all this with a most particular grace and an inexpressible addition of comeliness. There may be some that may incline to think (such indeed as have not heard him), that my affection...
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The lives of Donne, Wotton, Hooker, Hebert, and Sanderson, Volume 1

Izaak Walton, Alexander Young, Thomas Zouch - 1832
...those that practised, it, and a virtue so as to make it be beloved even by those that loved it not, and all this with a most particular grace and an inexpressible addition <tf comeliness. There^ay be some that may incline to think (such indeed as have not heard him), that...
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The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ..., Volume 8

Hugh James Rose, Samuel Roffey Maitland - Theology - 1835
...those that practise it, and a virtue so as to make it be beloved even by those that loved it not ; and all this with a most particular grace, and an inexpressible addition of comeliness." The peculiar character of his sermons has been delineated with greater discrimination and less enthusiasm...
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The works of John Donne: With a memoir of his life

John Donne - Sermons, English - 1839
...those that practised it ; and a virtue, so as to make it beloved even by those that loved it not ; and all this with a most particular grace and an inexpressible addition of comeliness." — Life of Dotme. Ed. Zouch. Mr. Chudleigh, one of the contributors of Elegies on Donne's death, has...
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The Works of John Donne: With a Memoir of His Life, Volume 1

John Donne - Sermons - 1839
...to those that practised it; and a virtue, so as to make it beloved even by those that loved it not; and all this with a most particular grace and an inexpressible addition of comeliness."—Life of Doitne. Ed. Zouch. I Mr. Chudleigh, one of the contributors of Elegies on Donne's...
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Devotions, by J. Donne. With two sermons. i. On the decease of lady Danvers ...

John Donne - 1840
...those that practised it, and a virtue so as to make it be beloved even by those that loved it not ; and all this with a most particular grace and an inexpressible addition of comeliness. There may be some that may incline to think (such indeed as have not heard him), that my affection...
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