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" Rival nations and hostile sects have agreed in canonizing him. England is proud of his name. A great commonwealth beyond the Atlantic regards him with a reverence similar to that which the Athenians felt for Theseus, and the Romans for Quirinus. The respectable... "
The History of England from the Accession of James II. - Sivu 441
tekijä(t) Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1849 - 526 sivua
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Memoirs of the public and private life of William Penn

Thomas Clarkson, William Edward Forster - 1849 - 370 sivua
...sects have agreed in canonizing him. England is proud of his name. A great commonwealth beyond the Atlantic regards him. with a reverence similar to...Quirinus. The respectable society of which he was a member honours him as an apostle. By pious men of other persuasions he is generally regarded as a bright pattern...

The Christian Observatory, Nide 3

1849
...hostile sects have agreed in canonizing him. England is proud of him. A great commonwealth beyond the Atlantic regards him with a reverence similar to that...Athenians felt for Theseus, and the Romans for Quirinus." Quakers venerate, him as an apostle, other Christians extol him as a bright pattern of goodness, and...

THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1850 - 617 sivua
...sects have agreed in canonizing him. England is proud of his name. A great commonwealth beyond the Atlantic regards him with a reverence similar to that...Quirinus. The respectable society of which he was a member honours him as an apostle. By pious men of other persuasions he is generally regarded as a bright pattern...

William Penn: an Historical Biography: With an Extra Chapter on "The ...

William Hepworth Dixon - 1851 - 457 sivua
...says, "have agreed in canonising him. England is proud of his name. A great Commonwealth beyond the Atlantic regards him with a reverence similar to that...Quirinus. The respectable Society of which he was 1 History of England, vol. i. 501. * Ibid. i. £06. a member honours him as an apostle. By pious men...

The life of William Penn: with selections from his correspondence and auto ...

Samuel Mcpherson Janney - 1852 - 560 sivua
...sects have agreed in canonizing him. England is proud of his name. A great commonwealth beyond the Atlantic regards him with a reverence similar to that...him as an apostle. By pious men of other persuasions ho is generally regarded as a bright pattern of Christian virtue. Meanwhile admirers of a very different...

Primitive Christianity revived in the faith and practice of the people ...

William Penn - 1857 - 89 sivua
...says, " have agreed in canonizing him. England, is proud of his name. A great commonwealth beyond the Atlantic regards him with a reverence similar to that...Quirinus. The respectable society of which he was a member honours him as an apostle. By pious men of other persuasions he is generally regarded as a bright pattern...

Biographical and Historical Sketches

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1857 - 335 sivua
...for Theseus, and the Eomans for Quirinus. The respectable society of which he was a member honours him as an apostle. By pious men of other persuasions...Meanwhile, admirers of a very different sort have Bounded his praises. The French philosophers of the eighteenth century pardoned what they regarded...

An inquiry into the evidence relating to the charges brought by lord ...

John Paget - 1858
...have agreed in " canonising him — England is proud of his name. " A great commonwealth beyond the Atlantic " regards him with a reverence similar to...The respectable society " of which he was a member honours him as an " apostle. By pious men of other persuasions " he is generally regarded as a bright...

The History of England from the Accession of James the Second, Nide 2

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1858
...sects have agreed in canonising him. England is proud of his name. A great commonwealth beyond the Atlantic regards him with a reverence similar to that...Quirinus. The respectable society of which he was a member honours him as an apostle. By pious men of other persuasions he is generally regarded as a bright pattern...

An Inquiry Into the Evidence Relating to the Charges Brought by Lord ...

John Paget - 1858 - 138 sivua
...have agreed in " canonising him — England is proud of his name. " A great commonwealth beyond the Atlantic " regards him with a reverence similar to...The respectable society " of which he was a member honours him as an " apostle. By pious men of other persuasions " he is generally regarded as a bright...




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