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" Thus I have given you a true, but not a full account of this great business; wherein he that runs may read, That all this is none other than the work of God. He must be a very Atheist that doth not acknowledge it. "
The Oxford and Cambridge review - Page 216
1846
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Memoirs Historical and Topographical of Bristol and It's ..., Volume 2

Samuel Seyer - Bristol (England) - 1823
...persons and places: we had not killed of ours, in this storm, nor all this siege, two hundred men. Thus I have given you a true, but not a full account...it. It may be thought that some praises are due to these gallant men, of whose valour so much mention is made : their humble suit to you, and all that...
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Oliver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches: with Elucidations

Oliver Cromwell - Great Britain - 1845
...persons and places. We had not killed of ours in the Storm, nor in all this Siege, Two hundred men. Thus I have given you a true, but not a full account...some praises are due to those gallant men, of whose valor so much mention is made : — their humble suit to you and all that have an interest in this...
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The Protector: A Vindication

Jean Henri Merle d'Aubigné - 1847 - 281 pages
...given you a true, but not a full account of this great business; wherein he that runs may read, That this is none other than the work of God. He must be...some praises are due to those gallant men, of whose valor so much mention is made:— their humble suit to you and all that have an interest in this blessing,...
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The Protector: A Vindication

Jean Henri Merle d'Aubigné - 1847 - 281 pages
...Christian : — " Far the Honorable William Lenthall, Speaker of the Commons House of Parliament : These. " I have given you a true, but not a full account of...great business ; wherein he that runs may read, That this is none other than the work of God. He must be a very Atheist that doth not acknowledge it. "...
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The Protector: A Vindication

Jean Henri Merle d'Aubigné - 1847 - 281 pages
...— " For the Honourable William Lenthall, Speaker of the " Commons House of Parliament : These. " I have given you a true, but not a full account "...great business ; wherein he that runs may " read, That this is none other than the work of " God. He must be a very Atheist that doth not " acknowledge it....
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The protector [O. Cromwell] a vindication. revised

Jean Henri Merle d'Aubigné - 1848
...: — " For the Honourable William LenthaU, Speaker of the " Commons House of Parliament: These. " I have given you a true, but not a full account of...great business ; wherein he that runs may read, That " this is none other than the work of God. He must be a " very Atheist that doth not acknowledge it....
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Oliver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches: with Elucidations, Volume 1

Oliver Cromwell - Great Britain - 1845
...persons and places. We had not killed of ours in the Storm, nor in all this Siege, Two-hundred men. Thus I have given you a true, but not a full account...acknowledge it. It may be thought that some praises art due to those gallant men, of whose valour so much mention is inade : — their humble suit to you...
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The Gospel standard, or Feeble Christian's support, Volumes 19-20

1853
..."Tor the Hon. William Lenthall, Speaker of the Commons House of Parliament: These. "I have given yon a true, but not a full account of this great business; wherein he that runs may read, that this is none other than the work of God. He must be a very Atheist that doth not acknowledge it. ....
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The Chinese and Their Rebellions: Viewed in Connection with Their National ...

Thomas Taylor Meadows - China - 1856 - 656 pages
...his words that we find the greatest similarities. Thus after the taking of Bristol he writes : — " All this is none other than the work of God. He must be a very atheist that doth not acknowledge it God hath put the sword in the Parliament's hands,— for the terror of evil doers and the praise of...
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The Chinese and their rebellions viewed in connection with their ...

Thomas Taylor Meadows - 1856
...his words that we find the greatest similarities. Thus after the taking of Bristol he writes : — " All this is none other than the work of God. He must be a very atheist that doth not acknowledge it God hath put the sword in the Parliament's hands, — for the terror of evil doers and the praise of...
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