Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Science

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Royal Irish Academy, 1905 - Science - 126 pages
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Includes also Minutes of [the] Proceedings, and Report of [the] President and Council for the year, separately published 1965/66- as its Annual report.
 

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Page 311 - and your old men shall dream dreams : and on my servants and on my handmaidens I will pour out in those days of my Spirit; and they shall prophesy. And He saith in Osee, I will call them my people, which were not my people; and her
Page 311 - obtained mercy, which had not obtained mercy. And it shall come to pass that in the place where it was said, Ye are not my people ; there shall they be called the children of the living God. 41. "Whence then in Ireland they who never had the knowledge of God, but
Page 311 - fathers have got for themselves false idols, and there is no profit in them. And again, I have set thee to be a light of the Gentiles, that thou shouldest be for salvation unto the ends of the earth.
Page 34 - THE ACADEMY desire it to be understood that they are not answerable for any opinion, representation of facts, or train of reasoning that may appear in any of the following
Page 311 - and teaches, saying: Come ye after me, and I will make you to become fishers of men. And again, He saith
Page 308 - ought; but the Spirit Himself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered, which cannot be expressed in words. And again, The Lord our advocate
Page 303 - And He gave to Him all power above every name of things in heaven and things in earth, and things under the earth ; and let every tongue confess to Him that Jesus Christ is Lord and God in whom we believe. And we look for His coming,
Page 316 - testify in truth, and in exaltation of heart before God and His holy angels, that I never had any cause except the Gospel and His promises for ever returning to that nation from whence previously I scarcely escaped. 62. But I pray those who believe and fear God, whosoever
Page 334 - The laborious offices, which could be productive only of envy and reproach, of expense and danger, were imposed on the Deeurions, who formed the corporations of the cities, and whom the severity of the Imperial laws had condemned to sustain the burthens of civil society.
Page 302 - he had a small farm hard by, where I was taken captive. I was then about sixteen years of age. I knew not the true God, and I was led into captivity to Ireland with many thousands of persons, in accordance with our deservings, because

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