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" He that will write of Eliot, must write of charity, or say nothing. His charity was a star of the first magnitude in the bright constellation of his virtues: and the rays of it were wonderfully various and extensive. "
Memoirs of the Life and Character of Rev. John Eliot: Apostle of the N.A ... - Page 151
by Martin Moore - 1822 - 174 pages
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The Evangelical Magazine

Religion - 1796
...much indulgence, he has thus addressed him : " Study mortification, brother, study mortification !" His charity was a star of the first magnitude in the bright constellation of his virtues. His liberality to public and private charities far exceeded the proportion of his little estate. The...
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A Biographical Dictionary: Containing a Brief Account of the First Settlers ...

John Eliot - Frontier and pioneer life - 1809 - 511 pages
...donation. His character is thus celebrated by one ot his biographers : — " It was a brilliant star in the constellation of his virtues, and the rays of it were various and extensive. He gave largely from his own income to the poor, and promoted all kinds of useful distributions, especially...
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Missionary Register, Volumes 2-3

Missions - 1814
...Away with your vanity, Young Men, away with your vanify !") was his immediate compliment to them. , His CHARITY was a star of the first magnitude in the...'little estate in the world; and he would, with a forcibl* importunity, press his neighbours to join with him in his acts *f beneficence. The poor counted...
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The American Baptist Magazine, Volume 5

Baptists - 1825
...(away with your vanities, young men, away with your vanities ;) was his immediate compliment to them. " His charity was a star of the first magnitude in the bright constellation of his virtues, and the rajs of it were various and extensive. " His liberality went much beyond the proportion of his little...
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Magnalia Christi Americana: Or, The Ecclesiastical History of New ..., Volume 1

Cotton Mather, Thomas Robbins, Samuel Gardner Drake - New England - 1853
...ARTICLE IV.— HIS EXQUISITE CHARITY. He that will write of Eliot, must write of charity, or say nothing. His charity was a star of the first magnitude in the bright constellation of his vertues, and the rays of it were wonderfully various and extensive. His liberality to pious uses, whether...
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Magnalia Christi Americana: Or, The Ecclesiastical History of New ..., Volume 1

Cotton Mather, Thomas Robbins, Samuel Gardner Drake - New England - 1855
...ARTICLE IV.— HIS EXQUISITE CHARITY. He that will write of Eliot, must write of charity, or say nothing. His charity was a star of the first magnitude in the bright constellation of his vertues, and the rays of it were wonderfully various and extensive. His liberality to pious uses, whether...
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A History of the Grammar School: Or, "The Free Schoole of 1645 in Roxburie ...

Charles Knapp Dillaway - Roxbury (Boston, Mass.) - 1860 - 202 pages
...records." " He that will write of Eliot," says Cotton Mather,* " must write of his charity, or say nothing. His charity was a star of the first magnitude in the...constellation •of his virtues, and the rays of it were wonderfully various and extensive. His liberality to pious uses, whether public or private, went much...
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HISTORY OF THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, OR, "THE FREE SCHOOLE OF 1645 IN ROXBURIE."

C. K. DILLAWAY - 1860
...records." " He that will write of Eliot," says Cotton Mather,* " must write of his charity, or say nothing. His charity was a star of the first magnitude in the...constellation of his virtues, and the rays of it were wonderfully various and extensive. His liberality to pious uses, whether public or private, went much...
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Border Memories: Or, Sketches of Prominent Men and Women of the Border

Walter Riddell Carre - Borders of Scotland - 1876 - 371 pages
...treasurer's kind intentions were defeated. A biographer states that benevolence was a " brilliant star in the constellation of his virtues, and the rays of it were various and extensive.'' That excellent Christian and great philosopher, Robert Boyle, was a dear friend of John Eliot's, and...
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Border Memories: Or, Sketches of Prominent Men and Women of the Border

Walter Riddell Carre - Borders of Scotland - 1876 - 371 pages
...treasurer's kind intentions were defeated. A biographer states that benevolence was a " brilliant star in the constellation of his virtues, and the rays of it were various and extensive.'' That excellent Christian and great philosopher, Robert Boyle, was a dear friend of John Eliot's, and...
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