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We Two Alone in Europe - Page 20
by Mary Louise Ninde Gamewell - 1885 - 348 pages
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The Juvenile Missionary Magazine (and Annual)., Volumes 30-32

London missionary society
...to abolish the desolating slave trade of Central Africa, and where, with his last -words, he wrote, 'All I can add in my solitude is, may Heaven's rich...who will help to heal this open sore of the world.' " And now we may truly say and sing of him : " Far from these realms of noise and strife, He's present...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository

...inscription to be put on his tomb in "Westminster Abbey was this : " All I can add in my loneliness is, may heaven's rich blessing come down on every...American, English, or Turk — who will help to heal the open sore of the world." Amen. IV.— His PIETY. Dr. Livingstone was pre-eminently a religious...
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Le tour du monde: nouveau journal des voyages, Volume 30

Edouard Charton - Geography - 1875
...WORDS HE WROTE, " ALL I CAN ADD IN MY SOLITUDE, IS, MAV HEAVEN'S IIICH BLESSING COME OOWN ON EVERV ONE, AMERICAN, ENGLISH, OR TURK, WHO WILL HELP TO HEAL THIS OPEN SORE OF THE WOHLD. " C'est au mois de février 1874 que la dépouille de Livingstone atteignit Zanzibar. Elle fut...
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The Wesleyan reform union magazine. [Continued as] Christian words

1874
...in slaves. While he lived he could only say in his utter loneliness, " May Heaven's rich blessings come down on every one — American, English, or Turk — who will help to heal the open sore of the world ! " But from the depths of that grave where his beloved remains lie, his...
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Report of the ... Annual Conference, Volumes 3-8

International law - 1875
...down his life in the cause of Africa, which they have inscribed on his tomb in Westminster Abbey : ' All I can add in my solitude is : ' May heaven's rich...who will help to heal this open sore of the world."* Surely it may be permitted to join in the hope expressed by the distinguished President of our Conference,...
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The American Bibliopolist, Volume 7

American literature - 1875
...to abolish the desolating slave-trade of Central Africa, and where, with his last words he wrote, * All I can add in my solitude is, may Heaven's rich...who will help to heal this open sore of the world/ " On each side of the tablet arc also the following inscriptions : " Tantus amor veri, nîhil est quod...
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The English explorers, comprising details of the more famous travels by ...

1875
...abolish the desolating slave-trade of Central Africa, and where, with his last words, he wrote : — " All I can add in my solitude is, may Heaven's rich...who will help to heal this open sore of the world." ' On each side of the tablet are also the following inscriptions : — ' Tantus amor veri, nihil est...
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The Life and Explorations of David Livingstone, LL. D.

John S. Roberts - Africa - 1875 - 384 pages
...coast slavetrade. [This letter closes with, " All I can add in my PRIDE OF MOHAMMEDANS. 379 loneliness is, may Heaven's rich blessing come down on every...American, English, or Turk, who will help to heal the open sore of the world ! " These words have been inscribed on his tablet in Westminster Abbey,...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 35

Current events - 1875
...a singular coincidence, just one year before the day of his death, " All I can add in my loneliness is, may Heaven's rich blessing come down on every...American, English, or Turk, who will help to heal the open sore of the world." That England should maintain this form of recognition of greatness is...
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Church bells, ed. by J.E. Clarke, Volume 5

John Erskine Clarke - 1875
...abolish the desolating slave-trade of Central Africa, where in his last words he wrote : " All I can say in my solitude is, May Heaven's rich blessing come down on every one — American, English, Turk — who will help to heal this open sore of the world !" ' On one edge of tho stone is inscribed...
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