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" Nothing of this is new to me ; I have foreseen and am prepared for it all." I am sensible that in the disorders of the mind, as well as those of the body, discourses are not thought the most efficacious remedies ; but I am persuaded also that the malady... "
A second Latin exercise book - Page 176
by John Barrow Allen - 1885 - 246 pages
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The Life of Petrarch: Collected from Memoires Pour la Vie de Petrarch, Volume 2

Jacques-François-Paul-Aldonce de Sade - 1807
...may adjust and prepare your soul for all events ; and be able to say, as jEneas did to the Sybil, " Nothing of this is new to me ; I have foreseen, and...soul ought to be cured by spiritual applications. If we see a friend in distress, and give him all the consolation we are able, we perform the duties...
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The Life of Petrarch: Collected from Memoires Pour la Vie de Petrarch, Volume 2

Jacques-François-Paul-Aldonce de Sade - 1809
...which, as in a glass, you may adjust and prepare your soul for all events; and be able to say, as Eneas did to the sibyl, " Nothing of this is new to me;...soul ought to be cured by spiritual applications. If we see a friend in distress, and give him all the consolation we are able, we perform the duties...
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Private Thoughts on Religion: And Other Subjects Connected with it

Thomas Adam - Devotional literature - 1814 - 311 pages
...steal a little content in present circumstances, there is no hope of any other. It is our duty to bear the disorders of the mind, as well as those of the body ; feeling 'both, applying proper remedies, and submitting quietly to the will of God. Whatever God...
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The Works of the Right Reverend George Horne ...: To which are ..., Volume 5

George Horne - Theology - 1818
...confessing his sin, which therefore rankled and festered inwardly, occasioning torment inexpressible. The disorders of the mind, as well as those of the body, should be communicated to persons skilful in assuaging and removing them. Many might thereby be saved...
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Select British divines, ed. by C. Bradley, Volume 9

Charles Bradley - 1823
...confessing his sin, which therefore rankled and festered inwardly, occasioning torment inexpressible. The disorders of the mind, as well as those of the body, should be communicated to persons skilful in assuaging and removing them. Many might thereby be saved...
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The cottage Bible and family expositor; the authorized tr., with ..., Volume 2

Thomas Williams (Calvinist preacher) - 1825
...confessing his gin, *bi'h therefore rankled and festered in•wdly, occasioning torment inexpressible. 0 should he communicated to J*twns skilful in assuaging and removing tarn: many might thereby be saved...
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The Eclectic Reader: Designed for Schools and Academies

Bela Bates Edwards - Readers - 1832 - 324 pages
...see the doors thrown wide open for his admission into the king's presence 1 It is our duty to bear the disorders of the mind as well as those of the body; feeling both, applying proper remedies, and submitting quietly to the will of God. A tender conscience...
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A Commentary on the Book of Psalms, in which Their Literal in Historical ...

George Horne - Bible - 1833 - 425 pages
...confessing his sin, which therefore rankled and festered inwardly, occasioning torment inexpressible. The disorders of the mind, as well as those of the body, should be communicated to persons skilful in assuaging and removing them. Many might thereby be saved...
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Thoughts on Religion

Blaise Pascal - Apologetics - 1833 - 404 pages
...steal a little content in present circumstances, there is no hope of any other. It is our duty to bear the disorders of the mind, as well as those of the body ; feeling both, applying proper remedies, and submitting quietly to the will of God. Whatever God is...
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Sacred Classics, Or, Cabinet Library of Divinity, Volume 29

Richard Cattermole, Henry Stebbing - Christianity - 1836
...confessing his sin, which therefore rankled and festered inwardly, occasioning torment inexpressible. The disorders of the mind, as well as those of the body, should be communicated to persons skilful in assuaging and removing them. Many might thereby be saved...
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