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Page 431 - FORM B. MEMORANDUM and ARTICLES of ASSOCIATION of a Company limited by Guarantee, and not having a Capital divided into Shares. Memorandum of Association, 1st. The Name of the Company is " The Mutual London Marine Association,
Page x - I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty ,( but thou art rich ) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.
Page 405 - History of the Planting and Training of the Christian Church by the Apostles.
Page 307 - ... that the change from the orthodox sway of the emperors of Constantinople to the domination of the Mohammedans, was not considered by the majority of the Greeks of Crete and Sicily so severe a calamity as we generally believe. In almost every case in which the Saracens conquered Christian nations, history unfortunately reveals that they owed their success chiefly to the favour with which their progress was regarded by the mass of the people. To the disgrace of most Christian governments, it will...
Page 300 - ran: "Be just; the unjust never prosper. Be valiant; die rather than yield. Be merciful; slay neither old men, nor women, nor children. Destroy neither fruit trees, nor grains, nor cattle. Keep your word even to your enemy. Molest not those men who live retired from the world.
Page 171 - Christ and the martyrs were worshiped in the same manner as formerly their gods were. There was, of course, little difference, in these times, between the public worship of the Christians and that of the Greeks and Romans. In both alike, there were splendid robes, mitres, tiaras, wax tapers, crosiers, processions, illustrations, images, golden and silver vases, and numberless other things.
Page 406 - HAUSRATH (Prof. A.). HISTORY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT TIMES. The Time of the Apostles. Translated by Leonard Huxley. With a Preface by Mrs Humphry Ward. 4 vols. 8vo, cloth.
Page 206 - In France, for instance, there is still a bishop, as a rule, wherever there was a Roman municipality, and an archbishop wherever there was a provincial capitol.
Page 341 - Majesties' servants, edited by Dougald MacMillan and Howard Mumford Jones. Holt ,c. 1931, ix, 896 p. $4.00. 31-8706 MATTHEWS, BRANDER, ed. The chief British dramatists, excluding Shakespeare; twentyfive plays from the middle of the fifteenth century to the end of the nineteenth, edited by Brander Matthews and Paul Robert Lieder.