A memoir of the life and death of Sir John King, Knight

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Bell and Daldy [Chiswick Press], 1855 - 61 pages
 

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Page iv - For he that is called in the Lord, being a servant, is the Lord's freeman: likewise also he that is called, being free, is Christ's servant. 23 Ye are bought with a price; be not ye the servants of men. 24 Brethren, let every man, wherein he is called, therein abide with God.
Page 48 - ... went home as to his prison or worse; and when the time came, rather than go home, he chose commonly to get a friend to go and sit in a free chat at the tavern over a single bottle till twelve or one at night, and then to work again at five in the morning. His fatigue in business, which as I said was more than ordinary to him, and his no comfort or rather discomfort at home and taking his refreshment by excising his sleep, soon pulled him down; so that, after a short illness, he died.
Page 56 - Some of his tasteless contemporaries thought him equally excellent in both ; but one of his heads is worth a ream of his Pindarics ; I had almost said all the Pindarics written in this reign. His works are extremely scarce.
Page 53 - Councillor, a Lord of the Admiralty, Deputy Governor of the Cinque Ports, and Lieut.
Page 31 - Elizabeth two thoufand pounds to be paid her at her age of one and twenty yeares or day of marriage which...
Page 15 - N the fourth day of His Fever, he being att the Chancery Bar, he fell...

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