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" He looked round upon the people, and then continued, addressing the bishop," If you have any just cause against me worthy of death lay it against me, and let me have it; for I refuse not to die, I praise God for the truth's sake, if I had ten lives. If... "
Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and Antiquities of ... - Page 186
1849
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Publications, Issue 133, Volume 2

Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication - 1843
...I refuse not to die, I praise God, for the truth's sake, if I had ten lives. If you have no cause, let me go. home, I pray you, to my wife and children, to see them kept ; and other poor folk that I would set to work, by the help of God. I have set to work a hundred persons ere this,...
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Ridley, Latimer, Cranmer, and other English martyrs

John Foxe, Charlotte Elizabeth, Edward Bickersteth - Church history - 1844 - 300 pages
...for I refuse not to die, I praise God for the truth's sake, if I had ten lives. If you have no cause let me go home, I pray you, to my wife and children, to see them kept; and other poor folk, that I would set to •work, by the help of God. I have set to work a hundred persons ere...
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Sussex Archaeological Collections, Relating to the History & Antiquities of ...

Archaeology - 1849
...trade at this period was Richard Woodman, one of the ten Protestant martyrs burnt at Lewes in 1557. lie was a native of Buxted, where he probably learned...set aworke, by the helpe of God. I have set aworke a hundretlt persons, ere this, all the yeare together."! Several Sussex families, enriched by the iron...
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MEMORIALS OF BAPTIST MARTYRS.

J. NEWTON BROWN - 1854
...I refuse not to die, I praise God, for the truth's sake, if I had ten lives. If you have no cause, let me go home, I pray you, to my wife and children, to see them maintained ; and other poor folk that I would set to work, by the help of God. I have set to work a...
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Our home islands [by T. Milner

Thomas Milner - 1857
...Warbleton, in extensive business. "Let me," said he in his examination before the bishop of Winchester, " go home I pray you, to my wife and children, to see them kept, and other poor folk that I would set a- work, by the help of Grod : I have set a-work a hundred persons, ere...
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Archaeologia Cambrensis

Wales - 1863
...operations must have been very extensive ; for in one of his examinations before the bishop of Winchester,2 he says, " Let me go home, I pray you, to my wife and children, to see them kept, and the poore folke that I woulde set aworke, by the helpe of God. I have set aworke a hundred persons,...
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Sussex Archaeological Collections Relating to the History and ..., Volume 17

Archaeology - 1865
...extensive trade. In one of his examinations before the Bishop of Winchester, he says, ' Let me go home, 1 pray you, to my wife and children, to see them kept,...and other poore folke that I would set aworke by the help of God. I have set aworke a hundreth persons, ere this, all the yeare together.' " Foxe's Book...
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The church historians of England: Reformation period, Volume 8, Part 1

Josiah Pratt - Religion - 1868
...I refuse not to die ( I praise God) for the truth's sake, if I had ten lives. If you have no cause, let me go home, I pray you, to my wife and children to see them kept, and other poor folk that I would set awork by the help of God. I have set on work a hundred persons or this,...
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The Religious Topography of England

Samuel Rowles Pattison - Ecclesiastical geography - 1882 - 170 pages
...was proud, and a public benefactor. But all this was of no avail against the hate of Romanistic fury. In one of his examinations before the Bishop of Winchester...Let me go home, I pray you, to my wife and children, and see them kept, and other poor folk that I would set to work, by the help of God." Byrbrook, or...
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