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" God then to blind the eyes of them, " for the more commodity of his people, to the intent " that through the reading of his treatises, some fruit " might redound thereof to his church, as no doubt it " did to many. As also I am partly informed of cer... "
Bell's Edition: The Poets of Great Britain Complete from Chaucer to ... - Page 175
1782
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The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer: Completed in a Modern Version ...

Geoffrey Chaucer - Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages - 1795 - 389 pages
...for jelts " and toys, in condemning other books, yet permitted his " books to be read. So it pleafed God then to blind the eyes of " them for the more...people, to the intent " that through the reading of his Treatifes fome fruit might " redound thereof to his church, as no doubt it did to many. " As alfo....
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Illustrations of the Lives and Writings of Gower and Chaucer: Collected from ...

Henry John Todd, John Gower - 1810 - 394 pages
...condemning other bookes, yet permitted his boqkes to be read, So it plea-sed God to blind then the ejes of them, for the more commodity of his people, to the intent that, through the reading of his treatises, some fruit might redound thereof to his church, as no doubt it did to many ; as also I aril...
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Illustrations of the Lives and Writings of Gower and Chaucer: Collected from ...

Henry John Todd, John Gower - 1810 - 394 pages
...condemning other bookes, yet permitted his bookcs to be read. So it pleased Gqd to blind then the eies of them, for the more commodity of his people, to the intent that, through the reading of his treatises, some fruit might redound thereof to his church, as no doubt it did to many ; as also I am...
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The Riches of Chaucer: In which His Impurities Have Been Expunged ..., Volume 1

Geoffrey Chaucer, Charles Cowden Clarke - English poetry - 1835
...but for jests and toys, in condemning other books yet permitted his books to be read. So it pleased God then to blind the eyes of them for the more commodity...people, to the intent that through the reading of his treatises, some fruit thereof might redound to his church, as no doubt it did to many. As also, I am...
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The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe. [With a Portrait.]

John Foxe - Christian martyrs - 1837
...permitted his books to be read. So it pleased God then to blind the eyes of them, for the more "" M commodity of his people, to the intent that through the reading of these toTm* treatises, some fruit might redound thereof to his church; as no doubt Sg'chiiiiit did...
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The Riches of Chaucer: In which His Impurities Have Been Expunged; His ...

Geoffrey Chaucer - 1839
...toys, in condemning other hooks yet permitted his hooks to he read. So it pleased God then to hlind the eyes of them for the more commodity of his people, to the intent that through the reading of his treatises, some fruit thereof might redound to his church, as no douht it did to many. As also, I arn...
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Ecclesiastical Biography: Or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with ..., Volume 1

Christian biography - 1839 - 719 pages
...condemning other bookes, yet permitted his bookes to be read. So it pleased (rod to blind then the eies of them, for the more commodity of his people, to the intent that through the reading "f his treatises, some fruit might redound thereof to his church, as no doubt it did to many. As also...
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Fox's Book of Martyrs: The Acts and Monuments of the Church, Volume 2

John Foxe - Christian martyrs - 1844
...in condemning other books, yet permitted his books to be read. • So it pleased God to blind then the eyes of them, for the more commodity of his people, to the intent that through the reading of his treatises, some fruit might redound thereof to his church ; as no doubt it did to many. As also I am...
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The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe: With a Life of the ..., Volume 4

John Foxe, George Townsend - Christian martyrs - 1846
...permitted his books to be read. So it pleased God then to blind the eyes of them, for the more Men ^ commodity of his people, to the intent that through the reading of these totrmh treatises, some fruit might redound thereof to his church; as no doubt Йк'йшиit...
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The Church Historians of England: Reformation Period, Volume 4, Issue 1

1856
...permitted his books to be read. So it pleased God then to blind the eyes of them, for the more Men ^ ^ commodity of his people, to the intent that through the reading of these toTm.ii treatises, some fruit rpight redound thereof to his church; as no doubt f/auit...
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