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" The God of Peace in his good time send us peace, and in the meantime fit us to receive it! We are both on the stage, and we must act the parts that are assigned us in this tragedy. Let us do it in a way of honor, and without personal animosities. "
Memoirs of the court of king Charles the first - Page 332
by Lucy Aikin - 1833
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Annual Register, Volume 16

History - 1803
...persuasidns. And I know the conference could never be so close between us, but that it would take wind, and receive a construction to my dishonour. That great...God, who is the Searcher of my heart, knows with what a sad sense I go upon this service, and with what a perfect hatred I detest this war without an enemy....
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The History of Cornwall, Civil, Military, Religious ..., Volumes 4-7

Richard Polwhele - 1816
...us, hut that it would take fire, and receive a construction to my dishonour. That great God, who i . the searcher of my heart, knows with what reluctance I go upon this service; and with what a perfect hatred I detest a war without an enemy. But I look upon it as Opus Domini, and that is enough...
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Traditions and recollections: domestic, clerical, and literary; in which are ...

Richard Polwhele - England - 1826
...persuasions ; and I know the conference would never be so close between us, but that it would take fire, and receive a construction to my dishonour. That great...what reluctance I go upon this service, and with what a perfect hatred I look upon a war without an enemy. But I look upon it as opus Domini, and that is...
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Traditions and recollections; domestic, clerical, and literary

Richard Polwhele - 1826
...persuasions ; and I know the conference would never be so close between us, but that it would take fire, and receive a construction to my dishonour. That great...what reluctance I go upon this service, and with what a perfect hatred I look upon a war without an enemy. But I look upon it as opus Domini, and that is...
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The History of England, Volume 2

Thomas Keightley - Great Britain - 1839
...cannot violate my friendship to your person, but I must be true to the cause wherein I serve. . . . The great God, who is the searcher of my heart, knows...upon a war without an enemy. But I look upon it as optts Domini, and that is enough to silence all passion in me. The God of peace in his good time send...
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The Statesmen of the Commonwealth of England: With a Treatise on ..., Volume 1

John Forster - Great Britain - 1846
...must be true to the cause wherein I serve. The old limitation of usque ai ins holds still. . . . The great God, who is the searcher of my heart, knows...perfect hatred I look upon a war without an enemy. Bat I look upon it as ojnu Domini, and that is enough to silence all passion in me. The God of peace...
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Popular history of England, Volume 3

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1857
...I serve. The old limitation of usque ad aras holds still The great God, who is the searcher of rnv heart, knows with what reluctance I go upon this service, and with vrhaî perfect hatred I look upon n war without an enemy. But I look upon it as opus Domini, and that...
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Three English statesmen (Pym, Cromwell, Pitt): a course of lectures on the ...

Goldwin Smith - 1867
...itself cannot violate my friendship to your person; but I must be true to the cause wherein I serve. The great God, who is the searcher of my heart, knows...perfect hatred I look upon a war without an enemy. The God of peace in his good time send us peace, and in the meantime fit us to receive it. We are both...
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Three English Statesmen: A Course of Lectures on the Political History of ...

Goldwin Smith - Great Britain - 1868 - 271 pages
...cannot violate my friendship to your person ; but I must be true to the cause wherein I serve. The great God, who is the searcher of my heart, knows...perfect hatred I look upon a war without an enemy. The God of peace in his good time send us peace, and in the meantime fit us to receive it. We are both...
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A Life of the Great Lord Fairfax, Commander-in-chief of the Army of the ...

Sir Clements Robert Markham - Great Britain - 1870 - 480 pages
...cannot violate my friendship to your person ; but I must be true to the cause wherein I serve. The great God, who is the searcher of my heart, knows...perfect hatred I look upon a war without an enemy. The God of peace in his good time send us peace, and in the mean time fit us to receive it ! We are...
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