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Strona 353 - Master, give sight to the blind, hearing to the deaf, speech to the dumb, and strength to the paralyzed limb, but we can work miracles of grace and mercy by relieving the distress of our suffering brethren.
Strona 182 - His quivering fpear, and all the god apply' d ! The raging winds rufh through the hollow wound, And dance aloft in air, and fkim along the ground : Then, fettling on the fea, the furges fweep ; Raife liquid mountains, and difclofethe deep ! i .South, eaft, and weft, with mix'd confufion roar, And roil the foaming billows to the fhore. The cables crack, the failors...
Strona 177 - Let your fatuity know, that in temporals we are subordinate to none. The collation to vacant benefices and prebends belongs to us by royal right ; the fruits are ours. We will maintain all collations made and to be made by us, and their possessors.
Strona 182 - His quivering fpear, and all the god apply 'd! The raging winds rum through the hollow wound, And dance aloft in air, and fkirn along the ground : Then, fettling on the fea, the furges fweep; Raife liquid mountains, and difclofe the deep! izj South, eaft, and weft, with mix'd confufion roar, And roll the foaming billows to the more. The cables crack, the failors' fearful cries Afcend; and fable night involves the fkies; And heaven itfelf is ravifh'd from their eyes!
Strona 245 - Intereft ; and that at a time when it was in his Power to...
Strona 74 - Incurables, a young Man born an Idiot, whofe " Body was diflocated in the fame Places in which " thofe of Criminals are broken. He has lived " twenty Years in this Condition, and has been " feen by many. . . . The Caufe of fo dif...