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" You see me severely wounded, but not depressed; not unhappy. I believe that it has been done according to God's holy will, and I acquiesce entirely in it. You may think it strange; but you never saw me more perfectly contented than I am to-day; for I... "
Life of Lieut.-Gen. Thomas J. Jackson (Stonewall Jackson) - Page 465
by Robert Lewis Dabney - 1866
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The Juvenile missionary herald

Baptist missionary society - 1851 - 19 pages
...If you disobey your parents, you disobey God, and he will surely punish those who are disobedient, either in this life or in that which is to come. I once lived in a town where there was a widow lady who had an only son. Like all other mothers, she...
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Life and Campaigns of Lieut.-Gen. Thomas J. Jackson, (Stonewall Jackson)

Robert Lewis Dabney - Generals - 1866 - 742 pages
...Lieut. Morrison to go to Richmond, and bring Mrs. Jackson to his bedside. He then admitted his chaplain, Rev. Mr. Lacy, who had just arrived, and learned his...make known to me the object he has in thus afflicting me. But why should I nqt rather rejoice in it as a blessing, and not look on it as a calamity at all...
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LIFE AND COMPAIGNS OF LIEUT.-GEN. THOMAS J. JACKSON

PROF. R. L. DABNEY, D. D. - 1866
...entered, and saw the stump where the left arm had lately been, he exclaimed in distress, " Oh, General 1 what a calamity !" Jackson first thanked him, with...make known to me the object he has in thus afflicting me. But why should I not rather rejoice in it as a blessing, and not look on it as a calamity at all...
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Life of lieut.-gen. T.J. Jackson, abridged from the work of professor Dabney

Robert Lewis Dabney, Thomas Jonathan Jackson - 1868
...goodness and mercy of his Heavenly Father's dealings, " You see me severely wounded, but not depressed or unhappy. I believe that it has been done according...make known to me the object He has in thus afflicting me. But why should I not rather rejoice in it as a blessing, and not look upon it as a calamity at...
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Stonewall Jackson: a Military Biography

John Esten Cooke - Generals - 1876 - 587 pages
...general, what a calamity!" — "You see me severely wounded, but not dcpressc'd, not unhappy. I believe it has been done according to God's holy will, and...make known to me the object he has in thus afflicting me. But why should I not rather rejoice in it as a blessing, and not look on it as a calamity at all...
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A Narrative of the Great Revival which Prevailed in the Southern Armies ...

William Wallace Bennett - Revivals - 1877 - 427 pages
...added, with an unusual freedom: " You see me severely wounded, but not depressed; not unhappy. I believe it has been done according to God's holy will, and...make known to me the object he has in thus afflicting me. But why should I not rather rejoice in it as a blessing, and not look on it as a calamity at all...
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Life and Letters of General Thomas J. Jackson (Stonewall Jackson)

Mary Anna Jackson - General - 1891 - 479 pages
...sympathy, and then said : " You see me severely wounded, but not depressed ; not unhappy. I believe it has been done according to God's holy will, and...now regarded as a calamity is a blessing. And if it appcara a great calamity, as it surely will bo a great inconvenience, to be deprived of my arm, it...
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Life and Letters of General Thomas J. Jackson (Stonewall Jackson)

Mary Anna Jackson - General - 1892 - 479 pages
...sympathy, and then said : " You see me severely wounded, but not depressed ; not unhappy. I believe it has been done according to God's holy will, and...make known to me the object He has in thus afflicting me. But why should I not rather rejoice in it as a blessing, and not look on it as a calamity at all...
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Life and Letters of General Thomas J. Jackson (Stonewall Jackson)

Mary Anna Jackson - General - 1892 - 479 pages
...his sympathy, and then said: " You see me severely wounded, but not depressed; not unhappy. I believe it has been done according to God's holy will, and...calamity is a blessing. And if it appears a great calamitA r , as it surely will be a great inconvenience, to be deprived of my arm, it will result in...
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Stonewall Jackson

Henry Alexander White - Confederate States of America - 1908 - 378 pages
...called his chaplain, Beverley T. Lacy, to come and sit near him. ' ' You see me, " said the general, ' ' severely wounded, but not depressed ; not unhappy....what is now regarded as a calamity is a blessing. I can wait until God, in His own time, shall make known to me the object He has in thus afflicting...
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