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" count upon what is called property, but rather place our hope elsewhere than on earth, and acquire other means than those which we see with our eyes, or touch with our hands. We must follow Jesus Christ, our chief, who has gone before us. Men have taken... "
Gaspard de Coligny. (New Plutarch). - Page 193
by Walter Besant (sir.), Gaspard de Coligny (duc de Châtillon-sur-Loing) - 1879
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History of the Protestants of France: From the Commencement of the ...

Guillaume Félice, François Bonifas - France - 1851 - 624 pages
...follow Jesus Christ, our leader, who has gone before us. Men have ravished us of what they could ; and if such is always the will of God, we shall be happy, and our condition good, since we endure this loss from no wrong you have done those who have brought...
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History of the Protestants of France, tr. by P.E. Barnes

Guillaume Adam de Félice - 1853
...touch * Tome vc 18. with our hands. We must follow Jesus Christ, our Chief, who has gone before us. Men have taken from us all they can ; if such is always the will of God, we shall be happy, and our condition good, since this loss has happened to us through no injury that has been done to...
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The british quarterly review

HODDER AND STOUGHTON - 1875
...our eyes, or touch with our hands. We must follow Jesus Christ, our chief, who has gone before us. Men have taken from us all they can. If such is always...with courage in the practice of virtue." ' Behind the Huguenot fortresses of Angoulême and St. Jean d'Angely he reformed the wreck of his forces and...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 22; Volume 85

1875
...our eyes, or touch with our hands. We must follow Jesus Christ, our chief, who has gone before us. Men have taken from us all they can. If such is always...with courage in the practice of virtue.' ' Behind the Huguenot fortresses of Angoulême and St. Jean d'Angely he reformed the wreck of his forces and...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volumes 61-62

Henry Allon - 1875
...our eyes, or touch with our hands. We must follow Jesus Christ, our chief, who has gone before us. Men have taken from us all they can. If such is always the will of Godj we shall be happy Persevere with courage in the practice of virtue." ' Behind the Huguenot fortresses...
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The Library of Historic Characters and Famous Events of All Nations and All Ages

Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Frank Weitenkampf, John Porter Lamberton - Biography - 1895
...last thing — it is his life. In the midst of these troubles, he heard that his splendid Castle at Chatillon had been pillaged, and all his treasures...the practice of virtue." Behind his fortresses of Angoulfime and St. Jean d'Angely, he re-formed the wreck of his forces, and then started southwards...
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