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" continuously ever since, with the break of a month now and a month then up to 1829, and after that date without any break at all, was more or less connected in my mind with the notion that my calling in life would require such a sacrifice as celibacy... "
Amenities of Social Life - Page 123
by Edward Bennett - 1887 - 220 pages
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua: Being a Reply to a Pamphlet Entitled "What, Then ...

John Henry Newman - Cardinals - 1864 - 393 pages
...a single life. This anticipation, which has held its ground almost continuously ever since,—with the break of a month now and a month then, up to 1829, and, after that date, without any break at all,—was more or less connected, in my mind, with the notion that my calling in life would require...
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Apologia pro vita sua, a reply to a pamphlet [by C. Kingsley] entitled 'What ...

1865
...a single life. This anticipation, which has held its ground almost continuously ever since,—with the break of a month now and a month then, up to 1829, and, after that date, without any break at all,—was more or less connected, in my mind, with the notion that my calling in b"fe would require...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 45

Literature - 1884
...that it was the will of God that he should lead a single life, an impression which held its ground ever since, " with the break of a month now, and a...1829, and after that date without any break at all." Perhaps his recollection may to some extent have deceived him as to the permanence of this impression...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 42

Henry Allon - 1865
...that his calling in life would be such as would require him to be a celibate, and with the exception of ' a month now and a month ' then up to 1829, and after then without any break at all, that ' impression continued in all its force, and strengthened " his...
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Criticism on Contemporary Thought and Thinkers, Volume 2

Richard Holt Hutton - English literature - 1894
...it was an anticipation, he added, which "has held its ground almost continuously ever since, with a break of a month now and a month then up to 1829, and after that date without any break at all." That admission of the breaks marks the difference between Newman and the ordinary ascetic, who would...
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua: Being a History of His Religious Opinions

John Henry Newman - Catholic Church - 1902 - 396 pages
...the will of God that I should lead a single life. This anticipation, which has held its ground almost continuously ever since, — with the break of a month...would require such a sacrifice as celibacy involved ; as, for instance, missionary work among the heathen, to which I had a great drawing for some years....
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Newman; an Appreciation in Two Lectures: With the Choicest Passages of His ...

Alexander Whyte - 1902 - 252 pages
...anticipation, which has held its ground almost continuously ever since, — with the break of a month now and then, up to 1829, and, after that date, without any...would require such a sacrifice as celibacy involved : as, for instance, missionary work among the heathen, to which I had a great drawing for some years."...
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua: Being a History of His Religious Opinions

John Henry Newman - Catholic Church - 1902 - 396 pages
...the will of God that I should lead a single life. This anticipation, which has held its ground almost continuously ever since, —with the break of a month...to 1829, and, after that date, without any break at all,—was more or less connected in my mind with the notion, that my calling in life would require...
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Letters and Correspondence of John Henry Newman During His Life in ..., Volume 1

John Henry Newman - Cardinals - 1903
...lead a single life. This anticipation, which has held its ground almost continuously ever since . . . was more or less connected in my mind with the notion...would require such a sacrifice as celibacy involved ; as, for instance, missionary work among the heathen, to which I had a great drawing for some years....
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The English Illustrated Magazine, Volume 31

1904
...the will of God that I should lead a single life. This anticipation, which has held its ground almost continuously ever since— with the break of a month...and after that date without any break at all, was," &c., &c. I think that " the break of a month now and a month then," an exquisite touch : it tells so...
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