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" brought to a house and laid in a bed with as weary and painful bones as ever had patient Job ; I thank my Lord God there-for. Then my Lord Chancellor sent me word, if I would leave my opinion, I should want nothing ; if I "
The Chronicles of Newgate - Sivu 75
tekijä(t) Arthur Griffiths - 1884
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Rember me!: A new years gift or Christmas present, 1826

1826
...goodness) gave me grace to persevere, and will do (I hope) to the end. Then I was brought to a house, »nd laid in a bed, with -as weary and painful bones as ever had patient Job; O thank my Lord God therefore. Then my Lord Chancellor sent me word, if I would leave my opinions I...

Select female biography; comprising memoirs of eminent British ladies. By ...

Mary Roberts - 1829
...goodness, gave me grace to persevere, and will do so I hope to the very end. Then was I brought to an house, and laid in a bed, with as weary and painful bones as had ever patient Job. I thank my Lord God therefore. Then, my lord chancellor sent me word, ' if I...

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John Foxe - 1831 - 597 sivua
...goodness, gare me grace to persevere, and will do, I hope, to the very end. "Then was I brought to an house and laid in a bed, with as weary and painful...bones as ever had patient Job, I thank my Lord God therefore. Then my lord chancellor sent me word, if I would leave my opinion I should want for nolhiug;...

A Brief History of the British Reformation: From the Rise of the Lollards to ...

George Stokes - 1799 - 12 sivua
...hands, till I was well nigh dead." She proceeds, " Then was I brought to a house, and laid in a Led with as weary and painful bones as ever had patient Job. I thank my Lord God, therefore. Then my Lord Chancellor sent me word, that, if I would leave my opinion, I should want nothing;...

The Lollards: Or, Some Account of the Witnesses for the Truth in Great ...

George Stokes - 1838 - 324 sivua
...chancellor and Rich racked me with their own hands, till I was well nigh dead." She proceeds, " Then was I brought to a house, and laid in a bed with as weary...bones as ever had patient Job. I thank my Lord God, therefore. Then my lord chancellor sent me word, that, if I would leave my opinion, I should want nothing;...

British Reformers: Writings of Edward the Sixth, William Hugh, Queen ...

1842
...everlasting goodness, gave me grace to persevere, and will do, I hope, to the very end. Then was I brought to a house, and laid in a bed, with as weary...bones as ever had patient Job, I thank my Lord God therefore. Then my lord chancellor sent me word, if I would leave my opinion, I should want nothing,...

British Reformers: Writings of Edward the Sixth, William Hugh, Queen ...

1842
...everlasting goodness, gave me grace to persevere, and will do, I hope, to the very end. Then was I brought to a house, and laid in a bed, with as weary...bones as ever had patient Job, I thank my Lord God therefore. Then my lord chancellor sent me word, if I would leave my opinion, I should want nothing,...

The English Martyrology Abridged from Fox, Nide 1

Charlotte Elizabeth - 1843
...grace to persevere; and will do, I hope, to the very end. Then was I brought to a house and laid on a bed, with as weary and painful bones as ever had patient Job. I thank my Lord God therefore. Then my lord chancellor sent me word, if I would leave my opinion I should want nothing:...

Annals of the English Bible, Nide 2

Christopher Anderson - 1845
...the bare floor, where he, with many flattering words, persuaded me to leave my opinion. Then was I brought to a house, and laid in a bed, with as weary and painful bones as ever had patient Job." That two such human beings should have been found, and these two sustaining the offices of Lord Chancellor...

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John Bale, Parker Society (Great Britain) - 1849 - 647 sivua
...Newgate nor yet Smithfield, as continually doth the poor gospel. AKNE ASKEWE. Then was I brought to an house, and laid in a bed, with as weary and painful...bones as ever had patient Job, I thank my Lord God thereof. Then my lord chancellor sent me word, if I would leave my A tyrant. opinion, I should want...




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