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" I can say I never saw him out of his place, or not a match for every service or occasion. For in all things he acquitted himself like a man, yea, a strong man, a new and heavenly-minded man ; a divine and a naturalist, and all of God Almighty's making.... "
The North British Review - Page 326
by Allan Freer - 1860
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A journal or historical account of the life, travels, sufferings, Christian ...

George Fox - 1894
...strong man, a new and heavenly minded man ; a divine and a naturalist, and all of God Almighty's making. I have been surprised at his questions and answers...useful and commendable knowledge, and cherished it every where. Civil beyond all forms of breeding, in his behaviour ; very temperate, eating little,...
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A Journal Or Historical Account of the Life, Travels, Sufferings, Christian ...

George Fox, Margaret Fell - 1709
...Science, he had in him the Foundation of Uferul and Commendable Knowledge, and cherifh'd it every where. Civil, beyond all Forms of Breeding, in his Behaviour. Very Temperate, Eating little, and Sleeping left, though a Bulky Per/on. Thus he Lived and Sojourned among us, and as he lived, fo he died ; feeling...
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The Select Works of William Penn....

William Penn - Society of Friends - 1782
...fcience, he had in him the grounds of ufeful and commendable knowledge, and cherifhed it every where. Civil, beyond all forms of breeding, in his behaviour : very temperate, eating little, and fleeping lefs, though a bulky perfon. Thus he lived and fojourned among us : and as he lived, fo he...
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General Biography: Or, Lives, Critical and Historical, of the Most ..., Volume 4

John Aikin, William Enfield, Mr. Nicholson, Thomas Morgan, William Johnston - Biography - 1803
...admiration." He also speaks in high terms of his meekness, humility, and moderation, and says " that he was civil beyond all forms of breeding in his behaviour,...little, and sleeping less, though a bulky person." His writings, exclusive of some separate pieces not published a second time, form three volumes in...
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A History of the Rise and Progress of the People Called Quakers in Ireland ...

Society of Friends - 1811 - 328 pages
...under affliction ; a mcft mer» eiful man, as teady to forgive as unapt to take or give offence ; very civil, beyond all forms of breeding, in his behaviour; very' temperate, eating little, and flecping lefs. Thus he lived and foiourned among us, and as he lived, fo he died; and in his laft moment*...
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The Doctrine and Principles of the People Called Quakers, Explained and ...

Thomas Willis, Thomas Willis (Quaker.) - Society of Friends - 1812 - 141 pages
...strong man ; a new and heavenly minded man ; a divine a naturalist ; and all of God Almighty's making. I have been surprised at his questions and answers...useful and commendable knowledge ; and cherished it every where. " Thus he lived and sojourned amongst us ; and as he lived, so he died, feeling the same...
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Biographical notices of members of the Society of Friends, Volume 1

Henry Tuke - Quakers - 1813
...useful knowledge. " A divine and a naturalist," says William Penn, " and all of God Almighty's making. He had in. him the foundation of useful and commendable knowledge, and cherished it every where." Hewas indeed by no means opposed to the acquirement of learning, except as a necessary,...
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The general biographical dictionary. Revised by A. Chalmers

New and general biographical dictionary - 1814
...mentions, in terms of high commendation, his meekness, humility, and moderation ; and he adds, that he was civil beyond all forms of breeding; in his behaviour...little, and sleeping less, though a bulky person. ' FOX (JOHN), an eminent English divine and churchhistorian, was born at Boston in Lincolnshire, of...
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The General biographical dictionary, Volume 15

Alexander Chalmers - Biography - 1814
...mentions, in terms of high commendation, his meekness, humility, and moderation ; and he adds, that he was civil beyond all forms of breeding ; in his behaviour...little, and sleeping less, though a bulky person. ' FOX (JOnN), an eminent English divine and churchhistorian, was born at Boston in Lincolnshire, of...
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Memoirs of the life of George Fox

Henry Tuke - Society of Friends - 1815 - 327 pages
...useful knowledge. " A divine and a naturalist," says William Penn, ''and all of God Almighty's making. He had in him the foundation of useful and commendable knowledge, and cherished it every where." He was indeed by no means opposed to the acquirement o! learning, except as a necessary...
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