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Robert Everett
R. W. Roberts, 1851 - Congregational churches
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Page 140 - We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessing of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this constitution for the United States of America.
Page 66 - Duw. Canys y creadur sydd wedi ei ddarostwng i oferedd ; nid o'i fodd, eithr oblegid yr hwn a'i darostyngodd : dan obaith y rhyddheir y creadur yntau hefyd, о gaethiwed llygredigaeth, i ryddid gogoniant platt Duw.
Page 367 - О what a deal we hear and read, About Railways and railway speed, Of lines which are, or may be made ; And selling shares is quite a trade. Allow me as an old Divine, To point you to another line. Which docs from earth to heaven extend, Where real pleasures never end.
Page 131 - Tad yr hwn sydd yn 1^2.23. y nefoedd : canys y mae efe yn peri i'w "haul godi „ ar y drwg a'r da, ac yn gwlawio ar y cyfiawn a'r anghyfiawn.
Page 13 - If wisdom's ways you wisely seek, Five things observe with care: To whom you speak, of whom you speak, And how, and when, and where.
Page 32 - Llewyrched felly eich goleuni ger bron dynion, fel y gwelont eich gweithredoedd da chwi, ас у gogoneddont eich Tad yr hwn sydd yn y nefoedd.
Page 334 - Felly y carodd Duw y byd, fel y rhoddodd Efe ei unig-auedig Fab, fel na choller pwy bynag a gredo ynddo Ef, ond caffael o hono lywyd tragywyddol.
Page 368 - One grand first-class is used for all, For Jew and Gentile, great and small, There's room for all the world inside, And kings with beggars here do ride.
Page 239 - Satan : rhwystr ydwyt ti i mi : am nad ydwyt yn synied y pethau sydd o Dduw, ond y pethau sydd o ddynion.
Page 141 - Shame on the costly mockery of piling stone on stone To those who won our liberty, the heroes dead and gone, While we look coldly on and see law-shielded ruffians slay The men who fain would win their own, the heroes of to-day...

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