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Life and Correspondence of the REV. William Smith, D. D....: With ..., Volume 2
Horace Wemyss Smith
No preview available - 2015
Life and Correspondence of the Rev William Smith, D D: With ..., Volume 2
Horace Wemyss Smith
No preview available - 2012
America appear appointed Assembly assist Bishop body called cause character charge Christ Church Clergy College Colonies concerning conduct Congregation considered continued copy desire duty England English Franklin friends further gentlemen German give given Government Governor Grace hands happy heart honor hope House Indians institution interest John kind land late learned letter liberty live London Lord manner matter means meeting mentioned Minister nature necessary never observed occasion particular Penn Pennsylvania persons Peters Philadelphia preached present printed proper Province published Quakers reason received recommended regard Religion respect sent sermon Society soon spirit taken things Thomas thought tion Trustees whole William Smith wish worthy write York
Page 255 - Against an elder receive not an accusation, but before two or three witnesses.
Page 280 - The Lord our God be with us, as he was with our fathers; let him not leave us nor forsake us; that he may incline our hearts unto him, to walk in all his ways and to keep his commandments and his statutes and his judgments, which he commanded our fathers.
Page 279 - Thus saith the Lord, The heaven is My throne, and the earth is My footstool : where is the house that ye build unto Me? and where is the place of My rest? For all those things hath Mine hand made...
Page 279 - For from the rising of the sun even unto the going down of the same, my name shall be great among the gentiles, and in every place incense shall be offered unto my name, and a pure offering: for my name shall be great among the heathen, saith the Lord of hosts.
Page 376 - Our troops were, besides, extremely fatigued with the long march and as long action of the preceding day, and distressed to the last degree, by a total want of water, much more intolerable than the enemy's fire. Tied to our convoy, we could not lose sight of it...
Page 514 - The snorting of his horses was heard from Dan: the whole land trembled at the sound of the neighing of his strong ones; for they are come, and have devoured the land, and all that is in it; the city, and those that dwell therein.
Page 531 - With ver. 22. A little one shall become a thousand, and a small one a strong nation.
Page 492 - That the act of parliament, for shutting up the port of Boston, is unconstitutional ; oppressive to the inhabitants of that town ; dangerous to the liberties of the British colonies; and that therefore, we consider our brethren, at Boston, as suffering in the common cause of America.