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" Doctor Reynolds is the last ; not in worth, but in the time of his loss. He alone was a well-furnished library, full of all faculties, of all studies, of all learning ; the memory, the reading of that man were near to a miracle. "
Diary of John Manningham: Of the Middle Temple, and of Bradbourne, Kent ... - Page 180
by John Manningham - 1868 - 188 pages
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The works of ... Joseph Hall, with some account of his life and sufferings ...

Joseph Hall (bp. of Norwich.) - 1808
...most perplex discourses. Doctor Reynolds is the last ; not in worth, but in the time of his. loss. He alone was a well-furnished library, full of all...faculties, of all studies, of all learning : the memory, the reading of that man, were near to a miracle. These are gone, amongst many more, whom the Church...
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General Biography: Or, Lives, Critical and Historical, of the Most ..., Volume 8

John Aikin, William Enfield, Mr. Nicholson, Thomas Morgan, William Johnston - Biography - 1813
...humility. Bishop Hall, in his " Decadl. Ep. vii.," says of him, that " he alone was a well furnished library, full of all faculties, of all studies, of all learning : the memory, the reading of that man were near to a miracle." The truth s," adds Wood, " he was most prodigiously...
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Evangelical Biography: Or, An Historical Account of the Lives & Deaths of ...

Erasmus Middleton - Protestant churches - 1816
...bestowed most uncommon praises upon this divine. Bishop Hall, a very competent judge, observes, that he alone was a well-furnished library, full of all faculties, of all study, of all learning. The memory, the reading of that man, were to * miracle.' Dr Crakenthorp says,...
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The poetical Decameron, or, Ten conversations on English poets and poetry ...

John Payne Collier - English poetry - 1820
...the epistles of his Decades, addressed to M. Bedell : " He (Dr. Rainoldes) alone was a well furnished library, full of all faculties, of all studies, of all learning; the memory, the reading of that man went near to a miracle." I will make merely a short extract or two from his...
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The Works of Joseph Hall: Practical works

Joseph Hall - Bishops - 1837
...Doctor Reynolds is the last ; not in worth, but in the time of his loss. He alone was a well- furnished library, full of all faculties, of all studies, of all learning: the memory, the reading of that man, were near to a miracle. These are gone, amongst many more, whom the Church...
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The Christian Observatory, Volume 2

Alexander Wilson McClure - Christianity - 1848
...will only adduce that of the distinguished Bishop Hall of Norwich : " He alone was a well furnished library, full of all faculties, of all studies, of...memory and reading of that man were near to a miracle." Such was one of the worthies in the noble company of Translators. Nothing can tend more to inspire...
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The Translators Revived: A Biographical Memoir of the Authors of the English ...

Alexander Wilson M'Clure - Bible - 1853 - 250 pages
...Hall of Norwich, — " He alone was a well-furnished library, full of all faculties, all studies, and all learning. The memory and reading of that man were near to a miracle." Such was one of the worthies in that noble company of Translators. Nothing can tend more to inspire...
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A Catalogue of Theological Books in Foreign Languages: Including the Sacred ...

Theology - 1857 - 701 pages
...(Mosheim's copy) 12s. Oxonii, 1596 Dean Rainolds was one of the translators of the English Bible. " He alone was a well-furnished library, full of all...faculties, of all studies, of all learning. The memory, the reading of that man was near to a miracle." BP. HALL. RANBECK (^Eg.) Ileiliges Benedictiner-Jahr...
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AN APOLOGY FOR THE COMMON ENGLISH BIBLE; AND A REVIEW OF THE EXTRAORDINARY ...

1857
...was a request for the priestly absolution, contained in her office for the visitation of the sick. " The memory and reading of that man were near to a miracle," according to Bishop Hall; and according to Fuller, his non-conformity amounted only to a charity for...
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The History of the Church of England, from the Death of Elizabeth ..., Volume 1

George Gresley Perry - 1861 - 664 pages
...last moments, he desired to be * Fuller, Church History, x., iii., 3. f Thus, too, Bishop Hall : " He alone was a well-furnished library, full of all...faculties, of all studies, of all learning. The memory', the reading of that man, were next to a miracle." — Hall's 'Letter to Bedell. absolved in the form...
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