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" Yet I am glad you are come. I will go up and speak to the wise men of our nation ; and I hope they will hear. "
James Oglethorpe: The Founder of Georgia - Page 65
by Harriet Cornelia Cooper - 1904 - 217 pages
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An extract of the Rev. Mr. John Wesley's Journal ...

John Wesley - Methodism - 1797
...rofe, and fhook uĞ by the hand, and Tomo-Chachi (one Mrs. Mufgrove interpreted) fpoke as follows. " I am glad you are come. When I was in England I defired that -fome would fpeak the great Word to me.1 And my nation then defired to hear it. But now...
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The life of the rev. John Wesley, M.A. to which is prefixed, some account of ...

John Whitehead - 1805
...words." On the 14th, some In* dians came to them, and shook them by the hand, one of them saying, " I am glad you are come. When I was in England, I desired that some would speak the great word lo me : and my nation then desired to hear it ; but now we are all in confusion....
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The Life of the Rev. John Wesley, A. M., with Memoirs of the Wesley Family ...

George Bourne, John Whitehead - Funeral sermons - 1807 - 351 pages
...words." — On the 14th, some Indians came to them, and shook them by the hand, one of them saying, " I am glad you are come. When I was in England, I desired that some would speak the great word 'to me, and my nation then desired to hear it ; but now we are all in confusion....
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The Works of the Rev. John Wesley. ...

John Wesley - History - 1809
...rose, and shook us by the hand, and Tomo-Chachi (one Mrs. Musgrove interpreted) spoke as follows : " I am glad you are come. When I was in England I desired that some would speak the great Word to me. And my nation then desired to hear it. But now we are 'all in confusion....
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The Life of Wesley: And the Rise and Progress of Methodism, Volumes 1-2

Robert Southey - Methodism - 1820
...and my nation then desired to hear it. But now we are all in confusion. Yet I am glad you are corne. I will go up and speak to the wise men of our nation, and 1 hope they will hear. But we would not be made Christians as the Spaniards make Christians : we would...
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The Works of the Rev. John Wesley, Volume 1

John Wesley - Methodism - 1826
...rose, and shook us by the hand, and Tomo-Chachi (one Mrs. Musgrove interpreted), spoke as. follows : " I am glad you are come. . When I was in England I desired that some wotild speak the great Word to me. And my nation then de- ;' sired to hear it. But now we are all in...
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The Works...

John Wesley - 1827
...and shook us by the hand ; and Tomo Chachi (one Mrs. Musgrove interpreted) spoke as follows : — " I am glad you are come. When I was in England, I desired that some would speak the great Word to me ; and my nation then desired to hear it ; but now we are all in confusion....
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The journal of the rev. John Wesley, Volume 1

John Wesley - 1827
...rose and shook us by the hand, and Torao Chachi (one Mrs. Musgrove interpreted) spoke as follows : " I am glad you are come. When I was in England I desired that some would speak the great Word to me ; and my nation then desired to hear it ; but now we are all in confusion....
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The works of the rev. John Wesley

John Wesley - 1829
...and my nation then desired to hear it ; but now we are all in confusion. Yet I am glad you are come. I will go up and speak to the wise men of our nation ; and 1 hope they will hear. But we would not be made Christians as the Spaniards make Christians : We would...
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The Works of the Reverend John Wesley, A.M.

John Wesley - Methodist Church - 1840
...and shook us by the hand ; and Tomo Chachi (one Mrs. Musgrove interpreted) spoke as follows : — " I am glad you are come. When I was in England, I desired that some would speak the great Word to me ; and my nation then desired to hear it ; but now we are all in confusion....
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