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" ... violence that it broke a cable, and I lost my anchor ; and here again I was exposed to the mercy of the sea, and the gentleness of an element that could neither distinguish things nor persons. And but that He who stilleth the raging of the sea and... "
Rational theology and Christian philosophy in England in the seventeenth century - Page 360
by John Tulloch - 1872 - 463 pages
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THE MERRY MONARCH; OR, ENGLAND UNDER CHARLES II. ITS ART, LITERATURE, AND ...

W. H. DAVENPORT ADAMS - 1885
...but that He Who stilleth the raging of the sea and the noise of His waves, and the' madness of His people, had provided a plank for me, I had been lost...friends, or the gentleness and mercies of a noble enemy; for ‘the barbarous people showed us no little kindness; for, having kindled a fire, they received...
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Landmarks of English Literature

Henry James Nicoll - English literature - 1886 - 460 pages
...but that He that stilleth the raging of the sea, and the noise of the waves, and the madness of His people, had provided a plank for me, I had been lost to all opportunities of content or study; but I know not whether I have been more preserved by the courtesies...
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A History of the Puritans and Pilgrim Fathers: The Puritans in England

William Hendry Stowell, Sir Daniel Wilson - Pilgrims (New Plymouth Colony) - 1888 - 508 pages
...sea, and the noise of his waves, nnd the madness of the people/ ha.l provided a plnnk fur me, I hail been lost to all the opportunities of content or study....or the gentleness and mercies of a noble enemy.'' After his release from prison, we find him keeping a school, along with William NicholHon, afterwards...
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Jeremy Taylor

Edmund Gosse - Authors, English - 1903 - 234 pages
...but that He who stilleth the raging of the sea, and the noise of His waves, and the madness of His people, had provided a plank for me, I had been lost...whether I have been more preserved by the courtesies of iny friends, or the gentleness and mercies of a noble enemy." From the opening words of this passage...
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Jeremy Taylor

Edmund Gosse - 1904 - 234 pages
...but that He, who stilleth tho raging of the sea, and the noise of His waves, and the madness of His people, had provided a plank for me, I had been lost...friends, or the gentleness and mercies of a noble enemy." From the opening words of this passage we must infer that when Taylor left the king, and retreated...
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Jeremy Taylor: A Sketch of His Life and Times with a Popular Exposition of ...

George Worley - Bishops - 1904 - 239 pages
...and Holy Dying, the Life of Christ and many of our author's sermons, owe their interest to influences and the madness of the people had provided a plank...had been lost to all the opportunities of content and study." The house was burnt down in 1729. of another kind. They are redolent of the country. The...
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With Milton and the Cavaliers

Mrs. F. S. Boas - Great Britain - 1905 - 336 pages
...but that He who stilleth the raging of the sea, and the noise of His waves, and the madness of His people had provided a plank for me, I had been lost...by the courtesies of my friends or the gentleness or mercies of a noble enemy." In Lord and Lady Carbery Jeremy Taylor found good friends, and at their...
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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Volume 17

American Antiquarian Society - Finance - 1907 - 37 pages
...defeated February 4, 1645. This was a good fortune for him and also for us. Liberated, as he says, "by the courtesies of my friends, or the gentleness and mercies of a noble enemy," he with two other royalist clergymen, for a time carried on a school for boys in Wales, and later was...
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Seventeenth century men of latitude: forerunners of the new theology

Edward Augustus George - 1908 - 199 pages
...but that He, who stille h the raging of the sea, and the noise of His waves, and the madness of His people, had provided a plank for me, I had been lost...friends, or the gentleness and mercies of a noble enemy. The voyage was interrupted, the fair weather was gone, the mariner was wrecked with his hopes, but...
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Selected Works

Jeremy Taylor, Thomas K. Carroll - Religion - 1990 - 526 pages
...persons. And but that He who stilleth the raging sea, and the noise of His waves, and the madness of His people, had provided a plank for me, I had been lost...friends, or the gentleness and mercies of a noble enemy. 2 The storms of 1645 cast Taylor on the shores of South Wales, "and in a private corner of the world,"...
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