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Asiatic Journal - Page 88
1842
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The Christian guardian (and Church of England magazine).

1844
...with me the fruits of my sins and imperfections. . . . Wherever I look I see nothing hut the Divinity. My back is bent with weakness, and my feet have lost the powers of motion. . . . Nothing of me remains but skin and bone. I have committed numerous crimes,...
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History of British India: With Continuation Comprising the Afghan War, the ...

Hugh Murray - India - 1850 - 748 pages
...yet regarding my actions fear will not quit me ; but when I am gone, reflection will not remain. — My back is bent with weakness, and my feet have lost the powers of motion. The breath which rose is gone, and left not even hope behind it. I have committed...
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History of British India. With continuation

Hugh Murray - 1853
...gone, reflection will not remain. — My back is bent with weakness, and my feet have lost the powers of motion. The breath which rose is gone, and left...not even hope behind it. I have committed numerous erimes, and know not with what punishments I may be seized.— CHAP. Ix. The guardianship of a people...
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Historical and descriptive account of British India, by H. Murray

Hugh Murray - 1855
...yet regarding my actions fear will not quit me ; but when I am gone, reflection will not remain. — My back is bent with weakness, and my feet have lost the powers of motion. The breath which rose is gone, and left not even hope behind it. I have committed...
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India, Ancient and Modern, Geographical, Historical, Political, Social, and ...

David Oliver Allen - India - 1856 - 618 pages
...gone, reflection will not remain. — My back is bent with weakness, and my feet have lost the powers of motion. The breath which rose is gone, and left...committed numerous crimes, and know not with what punishments I may be seized. — The guardianship of a people is the trust by God committed to my sons....
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INDIA ANCIENT AND MODERN

DAVID O.. ALLEN, D. D. - 1856
...yet regarding my actions fear will not quit me ; but when I am gone, reflection will not remain. — My back is bent with weakness, and my feet have lost the powers of motion. The breath which rose is gone, and left not even hope behind it. I have committed...
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India, Ancient and Modern, Geographical, Historical, Political, Social, and ...

David Oliver Allen - India - 1856 - 618 pages
...yet regarding my actions fear will not quit me ; but when I am gone, reflection will not remain. — My back is bent with weakness, and my feet have lost the powers of motion. The breath which rose is gone, and left not even hope behind it. I have committed...
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History of British India: Continued to the Close of the Year 1854

Hugh Murray - India - 1859 - 723 pages
...yet regarding my actions fear will not quit me ; but when I am gone, reflection will not remain. — My back is bent with weakness, and my feet have lost the powers of motion. The breath which rose is gone, and left not even hope behind it. I have committed...
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The United Presbyterian magazine

1873
...but the Deity. My fears for the camp and followers are great; but alas II know not myself. My hack is bent with weakness, and my feet have lost the power of motion. The breath which rose has gone, and left not even hope behind it. I have committed numerous crimes, and know not with what...
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Annals and Antiquities of Rajast'han, Or the Central and Western Rajpoot ...

James Tod - India - 1873
...but the divinity. My " fears for the camp and followers are great : but, alas ! I know not ruyseL'. " My back is bent with weakness, and my feet have lost the powers of motion. " The breath which rose is gone, and left not even hope behind it I have " committed...
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