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" have taken leave of one another. I propose to be busy as long as I live, if my health is so long indulged to me. "
The Contemporary Review - Sivu 345
1891
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The Works of the Rev. John Wesley, Nide 16

John Wesley - 1813
...But as I could not give him such an answer as he desired, I did not choose to give him any at all. Leisure and I have taken leave of one another ; I...as long as I live, if my health is so long indulged to me. In health and sickness I hope I shall ever continue with the same sincerity, Your loving Brother,...

The theological and miscellaneous works of Joseph Priestley, Nide 25

Joseph Priestley - 1780
...have felt, but * In a letter from Oxford, " to his brother Samuel," before, or about 1731, he says, " Leisure and I have taken leave of one another. I propose...as long as I live, if my health is so long indulged to me." Letters, p. 8. •f Exactly the manner of Dr. Priestley himself. See Mon. Renos. II. 634. I...

The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral ..., Nide 6

1824
...unaccomplished. In the prime of life, he observed, " Leisure and I have taken leave of one another : I purpose to be busy as long as I live, if my health is so long indulged to me." To his resolution thus formed, he rigorously adhered with the most undeviating constancy. Travelling...

The life of Wesley: and the rise and progress of Methodism, Niteet 1–2

Robert Southey - 1820
...not been entrusted to the doctor. CHAPTER XXX, WESLEY IN OLD AGE. " LEISURE and I," said Wesley, " have taken leave of one another. I propose to be busy...as long as I live, if my health is so long indulged to 4P-" This resolution was made in the prime of life, and never was resolution more punctually observed....

The Life of Wesley;: And the Rise and Progress of Methodism. In Two ..., Nide 2

Robert Southey - 1820
...business as he would otherwise have done. CHAP. XXX. WESLEY IN OLD AGE. " LEISURE and I," said Wesley, " have taken leave of one another. I propose to be busy...as long as I live, if my health is so long indulged to me." This resolution was made in the prime of life, and never was resolution more punctually observed....

The Works of the Rev. John Wesley: Tracts and letters on various subjects

John Wesley - 1827
...But as I could not give him such an answer as he desired, I did not choose to give him any at all. Leisure and I have taken leave of one another ; I...as long as I live, if my health is so long indulged to me. In health and sickness I hope I shall ever continue with the same sincerity, Your loving brother,...

The works of the rev. John Wesley

John Wesley - 1830
...but as I could not give him such an answer as he desired, I did not choose to give him any at all. Leisure and I have taken leave of one another ; I...as long as I live, if my health is so long indulged to me. In health and sickness I hope I shall ever continue, with the same sincerity, Your loving brother....

The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

Charles Knight - 1832
...the manner in which he contrived to get through all this occupation. " Leisure and I," said Wesley, " have taken leave of one another. I propose to be busy...as long as I live, if my health is so long indulged to me." This resolution was made in the prime of life, and never was resolution more punctually observed....

The Works of the Reverend John Wesley, A.M.

John Wesley - 1839
...but as I could not give him such an answer as he desired, I did not choose to give him any at all. Leisure and I have taken leave of one another; I propose...as long as I live, if my health is so long indulged to me. In health and sickness I hope I shall ever continue, with the same sincerity, Your loving brother....

Wesleyana, Or, A Complete System of Wesleyan Theology: Selected from the ...

John Wesley - 1840 - 326 sivua
...course of unremitting toil. " Leisure and I," said he, " have taken leave of each other. f purpose to be busy as long as I live, if my health is so long indulged to me ;" and never was resolution more punctually observed. His uniform prayer was, ".Lord, let me...




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