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Romantic Professions: And Other Papers - Page 183
by William Powell James - 1894 - 225 pages
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1804
...disgrace ? But neither was Irenteus himself deceived ; for when a man publishes to the world what he has seen with his own eyes and heard with his own ears, or when he affirm^ a fact of public notoriety, or a series of facts of uninterrupted continuance, which...
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of Foreign Magazines, Volume 4

Enos Bronson - Literature, Modern - 1810
...arrondivacment of hell. Mr. G. w»s formerly a reformer; he now professes to be reformed himself. He has seen with his own eyes, and heard with his own ears. He has been deluded and abused, by the governours of the great nation; and he proposes to make the...
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Protestant Missions in Bengal: Illustrated : Being the Substance of a Course ...

John James Weitbrecht - Bengal (India) - 1844 - 344 pages
...and of his joys, — and who is so well able to depict all this as the labourer himself? — he who has seen with his own eyes, and heard with his own ears, the abominations of heathenism ! I feel persuaded that a nearer and more familiar view of the real...
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Eight historical and critical lectures on the Bible

John Prince - Bible - 1846 - 464 pages
...supernatural aid from the Almighty, before he can become qualified to write an accurate history of what he has seen with his own eyes and heard with his own ears, or of that which he has learned from what seems to him an authentic source ? In regard to this, as...
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The Rambler, a Catholic journal of home and foreign literature [&c.]. Vol.5 ...

1853
...Parliamentary return, whose facts were too bad to be disregarded ; some narrative, like Mr. Mayhew's, of what a man has seen with his own eyes and heard with his own ears, — might set us about the Augean task of cleansing out, and visiting, and suppressing some of those...
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Household Words: A Weekly Journal, Volume 10

Charles Dickens - English literature - 1855
...refinement. The audience was better behaved than the theatrical audiences in London, where Herr von Raumer has seen with his own eyes, and heard with his own ears. Riode Janeiro presented a singular mixture of costumes ; some of the young sparks aiming at the fashion...
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On Troilus and Cressida. (Progr., Städt. Realsch. zu Bromberg).

Laurentius Böning - Drama - 1861
...eyes, is compelled, with bristling- hair, lo acknowledge a fact that, in vain. he tries lo deny. He has seen with his own eyes, and heard with his own ears, and yet: Shall 1 not lie in publishing a truth? Silh yet there is a credence in my heart, an esperance...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ecclesiastical ...

Religion - 1867
...great reliance on a personal inspection. He is one of those travellers who rely on themselves. What he has seen with his own eyes, and heard with his own ears, has a weight with him beyond the collective wisdom and experience of others, out of all proportion...
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The Century, Volume 2

1871
...depicted him. He is admirably, even fearfully real. Tilmon Joy and Jim Bludso are men whom Mr. Hay has seen with his own eyes, and heard with his own ears, and become familiar with, so that he can record with artistic minuteness and scientific coolness their...
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Missionary notices. [Continued as] The Wesleyan missionary notices

Wesleyan Methodist missionary society - 1870
...Therefore I had better refrain from attempting to be a second-hand reporter, and leave the man who has seen with his own eyes, and heard with his own ears, to tell us of the work of God on the continent of Europe. We have reason to rejoice before the Lord...
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