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" But (God help us!) whether we turn us for assistance to the north or to the south, to the east or to the west, 'tis all In vain! On all sides are we encompassed and hemmed In by our enemies. "
HISTORY OF NEW NETHERLAND; OR, NEW YORK UNDER THE DUTCH - Page 528
by E.B. O'CALLAGHAN, M.D. - 1855
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The Christian herald

Religion
...INTELLIGENCE. thing I never saw nor heard of in this part of the world: a missionary might travel from hence to the north or to the south, to the east or to the west, for several hundreds of miles without fear of being molested, especially when his character is | known....
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Iu-kiao-li: or, The two fair cousins. A Chinese novel. From the Fr. version ...

Y chiao li - 1827
...excellency speak thus? I am in the employment of the emperor, and if he commands me to set out, either to the north or to the south, to the east or to the west, it is his command and must be obeyed ; there is therefore no wish or repugnance in the matter." " I...
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The American Baptist Magazine, Volume 8

Baptists - 1828
...all, let them at every step they take, commit their way unto the LORD. And if HE impresses them to go to the north, or to the south, to the east, or to the west ; even to the ends of the earth, LET THEM GO : and if HE in any way indicates his pleasure that they...
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volumes 1-2

Astronomy - 1831
...rewards, I cannot but congratulate you on the general state of astronomical affairs : whether we turn to the north or to the south, to the east or to the west, the astronomical horizon presents a more promising aspect than it has done for many years ; and what...
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volumes 1-2

Astronomy - 1831
...rewards, I cannot but congratulate you on the general state of astronomical affairs : whether we turn to the north or to the south, to the east or to the west, the astronomical horizon presents a more promising aspect than it has done for many years ; and what...
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History of the consulate and the empire of France under Napoleon, tr. by D.F ...

Marie Joseph L. Adolphe Thiers - 1845
...States rested for the moment on the variable will alone of the negotiators, might be easily removed to the north or to the south, to the east or to the west, the case was different with two princes confined to the northern extremity of" the Confederation, such...
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Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New-York: Holland ...

John Romeyn Brodhead - New York (State) - 1858
...least loss or damage, but, on the contrary, should we prove obstinate and headstrong, we must expect the aforesaid miseries and misfortunes. These threats...to the south, to the east or to the west, 'tis all vain ! On all sides are we encompassed and hemmed in by our enemies. If, on the other hand, we examine...
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The Unitarian pulpit: discourses on the Christian spirit and life. By ...

Unitarian pulpit - 1858
...pleasure ; these abound at each of the four cardinal points, and are to be discovered whether we turn to the north or to the south, to the east or to the west. Added to this, we behold on every side a lamentable want of conscientiousness ; men believing one thing,...
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THE REBELLION RECORD: A DIARY OF AMERICAN EVENTS

FRANK MOORE - 1862
...to us in the (institution as citizens of States composing one grand Confederacy, whether we belong to the North or to the South, to the East or to the West. I say that I am gratified to hear such sentiments uttered here to-day. I regard them u the most conclusive...
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The Rebellion record: a diary of American events, with documents, narratives ...

Frank Moore - United States - 1862
...to us in the Constitution as citizens of States composing one grand Confederacy, whether we belong to the North or to the South, to the East or to the West. I say that I am gratified to hear such sentiments uttered here to-day. I regard them as the most conclusive...
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