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" I am waiting the hour of my public murder with great composure of mind and cheerfulness, feeling the strong assurance that in no other possible way could I be used to so much advantage to the cause of God and of humanity, and that nothing that either... "
Negro History: 1553-1903 - Page 41
by Edwin Wolf, II - 1969 - 83 pages
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The Life, Trial, and Execution of Captain John Brown: Known as "Old Brown of ...

John Edwin Cooke - Harpers Ferry (W. Va.) - 1859 - 102 pages
...no other possible way could I be used to so much advantage to the cause of good and of humanity, and that nothing that either I or all my family have sacrificed or suifered will be lost. The reflection that a wise and merciful, as well as just and Holy God, rules...
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The Life and Letters of Captain John Brown: Who was Executed at Charlestown ...

John Brown - 1861 - 453 pages
...no other possible way could I be used to so much advantage to the cause of God and of humanity, and that nothing that either I or all my family have sacrificed or suffered will be lost. The reflection that a wise and merciful as well as just and holy God rules not only the affairs of...
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The life and letters of Capt. John Brown: who was executed at Charlestown ...

Richard Davis Webb - Biography & Autobiography - 1861 - 453 pages
...no other possible way could I be used to so much advantage to the cause of God and of humanity, and that nothing that either I or all my family have sacrificed or suffered will be lost. The reflection that a wise and merciful as well as just and holy God rules not only the affairs of...
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The anti-slavery history of the John-Brown year: being the twenty-seventh ...

American Anti-Slavery Society - History - 1861 - 337 pages
...no other possible way could I be used to so much advantage to the cause of good and of humanity, and that nothing that either I or all my family have sacrificed or suffered will be lost. The reflection that a wise and merciful as well as just and holy GOD rules not only the affairs of...
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Addison Peale Russell - 1875 - 401 pages
...way could I be used to so much advantage to the cause of God and of humanity, and that nothing that I or all my family have sacrificed or suffered will be lost. Do not feel ashamed on my account, nor for one moment despair of the cause, or grow weary of well-doing....
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The Constitutional and Political History of the United States, Volume 7

Hermann Von Holst, Ira Hutchinson Brainerd - Constitutional history - 1892
...no other possible way could I be used to so much advantage to the cause of God and of humanity, and that nothing that either I or all my family have sacrificed...lost. ... I have now no doubt but that our seeming disj aster will ultimately result in the most glorious success." Sanborn, The Life and Letters of John...
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History of Torrington, Connecticut: From Its First Settlement in ..., Part 2

Samuel Orcutt - Connecticut - 1878 - 817 pages
...could 1 be used to so much advantage to the cause of God and of humanity, and that nothing that cither I or all my family have sacrificed or suffered will be lost. The reflection that a wise and m.rciful, as well as just and holy, God rules not only the affairs of...
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Characteristics

Addison Peale Russell - English literature - 1883 - 362 pages
...way could I be used to so much advantage to the cause of God and of humanity, and that nothing that I or all my family have sacrificed or suffered will be lost. Do not feel ashamed on my account, nor for one moment despair of the cause, or grow weary of well-doing....
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The Life and Letters of John Brown: Liberator of Kansas, and Martyr of Virginia

Franklin Benjamin Sanborn - 1885 - 645 pages
...no other possible way could I be used to so much advantage to the canse of God and of humanity, and that nothing that either I or all my family have sacrificed or suffered will be lost. The retit'ction that a wise and merciful as well as just and holy God rules not only the affairs of...
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Sermons and addresses

Jacob Merrill Manning - Congregational churches - 1889 - 542 pages
...assurance that in no other possible way could I be used to so much advantage for God and humanity, and that nothing that either I or all my family have sacrificed or suffered will be lost." But once more, ye who have an ear for the gems of composition, listen to this : " I cannot remember...
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