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Page 65 - And he said, My presence shall go with thee, and I will give thee rest.
Page 295 - Because he hath set his love upon me, therefore will I deliver him : I will set him on high, because he hath known my name.
Page 265 - The tea was served out of a majestic delft teapot, ornamented with paintings of fat little Dutch shepherds and shepherdesses tending pigs, with boats sailing in the air, and houses built in the clouds, and sundry other ingenious Dutch fantasies.
Page 253 - It was right, even in these poetico-Platonic affairs, to be ' off with the old love before he was on with the new.
Page 327 - Its NATURE and BENEFITS. With a Notice of some Common Objections to Receiving It.
Page 295 - Does forgiveness wait for our deserts ? There was one who came back to his father covered wiih sins, and ' when he was yet a great way off his father met him, and ran and fell on his neck and kissed him.
Page i - ... through an express prohibition in Scripture, by assuming female habits ; that they had not only told lies, but cursed and swore the whole night, and assumed the characters of knaves, fools, and robbers, which every good and wise man held in detestation, and no one would put on unless they felt themselves easy in them.
Page 189 - There was something exhilarating in the dashing speed at which they were going, in the clearness of the atmosphere, the brightness of the sunshine, and the...