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" HIM, whose loving-kindness is better than life, and all its pleasures, if all its pleasures could be enjoyed for ever. A creature, an intellectual creature, may be debarred from communion with every thing and every being in the universe, except the Creator.... "
The Northern star, or Yorkshire magazine, ed. by A. Jewitt - Side 441
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The Methodist Magazine: For the Year ... ; Being a Continuation of ..., Bind 41

John Wesley, George Story - 1818 - 934 sider
...in the monthly bulletins, — it is, however, said, that minis, tering angels are the companions uf his thoughts in the loneliness of that circle, by...pleasures could be enjoyed for ever. A creature, an intelligent creature, may be debarred from communion with every thing and every being in the universe,...
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A Record of the Life and Death of Her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte

Edwin B. Hamilton - 1817 - 194 sider
...of that circle, by which he is cut off from rational intercourse either with this world or the next. He is not forsaken in his hoary hairs, nor in his...of the British people, we have reason to believe, whatever else may have failed him, is happily conscious of that presence, which is the hope of earth...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Bind 72

1817 - 646 sider
...that circle, by which he is cut off from rational intercourse either with this world or the next. Xct h,e is not forsaken in his hoary hairs, nor in his,...every thing and every being in the universe, except his Creator. The. venerable father of the Bcitish people, we have reason to believe, whatever else...
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Gentleman's Magazine: and Historical Chronicle, Bind 122

1817 - 702 sider
...is not forsaken in his Im.iry hairs, nor in his deep humiliation, by 1 1 mi. whose loving kindness is better than life, and all its pleasures, if all...of the British people, we have reason to believe, whatever else may have failed him, is happily conscious of that presence, which is the hope of earth,...
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A Record of the Life and Death of ... the Princess Charlotte ... Fourth edition

Edwin B. HAMILTON - 1817 - 180 sider
...of that circle, by which he is cut off from rational intercourse either with this world or the next. He is not forsaken in his hoary hairs, nor in his...debarred from communion with every thing and every being IH the universe, except the Creator. The venerable father of the British people, we have reason to...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Bind 87,Del 2;Bind 122

1817 - 732 sider
...humiliation, by Him, whose loving kindness is better than life, and all its pleasures, if all its pleasure* could be enjoyed for ever. A creature, an intellectual...of the British people, we have reason to believe, whatever else may have failed him, is happily conscious of that presence, which, is the hope of earth,...
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A biographical memoir of the public and private life of the ... princess ...

J. Coote - 1817 - 378 sider
...Yet he is not forsaken in his hoary hairs, nor in his deep humiliation, by HIM, whose loving kindness is better than life and all its pleasures, if all...enjoyed for ever. A creature, an intellectual creature, maybe debarred from communion with every thing and every being in the universe, except the Creator....
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1818 - 784 sider
...Yet he is not forsaken in his hoary hairs, nor in his deep humiliation, by Him whose loving kindness is better than life, and all its pleasures, if all...from communion with every thing and every being in the-universe, except the Creator. The venerable father of the British people, we have reason to believe,...
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Memoirs of Her Late Royal Highness Charlotte-Augusta of Wales, and of Saxe ...

Thomas Green - 1818 - 654 sider
...not overthrown. Yet he is not forsaken in his hoary hairs, nor in his deep humiliation, by that God, whose loving-kindness is better than life, and all...pleasures, if all its pleasures could be enjoyed for ever. The venerable Father of the British people, we have reason to believe, whatever else may have failed...
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George the Third, His Court, and Family, Bind 2

John Galt - 1824 - 498 sider
...THEIR ROYAL THE PRINCESS •CHARLOTTE AND PRINCE LEOPOLD. loving kindness is belter than life and alt its pleasures, if all its pleasures could be enjoyed...for ever. A creature, an intellectual creature, may certainly be debarred from communion with every thing in the universe, and every being except the Creator,...
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