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" Oldham's economy in several of his letters. He had a right to do what he would with his own fortune. It was not ours till now. Whatever he has left us, he might have still lessened it. That economy is all that concerns us in interest ; and that is in... "
The History of Sir Charles Grandison: In a Series of Letters - Sivu 216
tekijä(t) Samuel Richardson - 1776
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Parish sermons

Henry William Sulivan - 1846 - 446 sivua
...publican." This was the ground of their offence: they wanted limitation of the mercy; they saw not that He had a right " to do what he would with His own;" they wanted reserve unto themselves of such great blessings ; they could not bear that men, whom they...

Scripture history. Orig, Nide 4

Edward Miller (of Chiswick.) - 1848
...eleventh hour paid equal to themselves ; but the householder reproved those that murmured, saying, he had a right to do what he would with his own. This has reference to the jealousy of the Jews with respect to the Gentiles, whom they were displeased...

A Commentary on the New Testament, Nide 1

Lucius Robinson Paige - 1849
...the apostles, as an act of generosity or grace, no one else was injured, or had cause of complaint. He had a right to do what he would with his own ; and they should not regard him with an evil eye, if, while he was just to them, he was generous and...

Utility and Glory of God's Immutable Purposes

Sereno Dickenson Clark - 1857 - 218 sivua
...they had done this by the Divine direction. God had thereby demonstrated his sovereignty, — that he had a right to do what he would with his own. He left the numerous widows in Israel in their want, and bestowed his special favor only upon the widow...

Secret Band of Brothers: A Full and True Exposition of All the Various ...

Jonathan Harrington Green - 1858 - 302 sivua
...infatuation contracted. Mr. Freeman resumed, and again contended for the right of any man to gamble — that he had a right to do what he would with his own — and that a law was unfair which punished this one vice, and let other and greater vices alone....

The history of England, by D. Hume, continued by T. Smollett, and to the ...

David Hume - 1859
...such notices had been given, nor had disclaimed them; but had rather justified them, by stating that he had a right " to do what he would with his own." In moving that this petition should be referred to a select committee, Mr. Poulett Thomson informed...

Once a Week, Niteet 10–11

Eneas Sweetland Dallas - 1863
...Johnson inclined to this view of the affair. Mr. Gastrel went possibly upon the old argument, that he had a right to do what he would with his own. He was not a reader of the poet, we may take for granted ; he wouldn't have cut down the tree, for...

Mary Morton and her sister: or, the advantages of the savings bank

Alicia Moore - 1859
...time, because He knew they came willingly at last, and remained with Him to the end of the day. And He had a right to do what He would with his own (but He only, for we are all, rich and poor, accountable to Him our Master for the talent given to...

Fifteen Days: An Extract from Edward Colvil's Journal ...

Mary Lowell Putnam - 1866 - 299 sivua
...story, which I gave him much less at length than I have told it to you. " I have no quarrel with Shaler. He had a right to do what he would with his own. I only ask the same liberty for my friend Harvey, and for those who, like him, accept their lot as...

The New Testament, with Explanatory notes, by J. Wesley. Ed., with ...

John Wesley - 1869 - 700 sivua
...obtain food, of which they ftood in need, and he determined to be liberal, and to reward all alike, as g+Y N i " disciples, Sit here while I shall The calling of the Jew first, and afterwards the Gentile, into the kingdom of heaven, appears to be...




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