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" ... of his situation, and get him excused. Mr Fraser, who knew the men, earnestly entreated him not to interfere, " for if the prelates hear that I am sick, they -will instantly cite me, in hopes that either I cannot appear being sick, and so fall in... "
Memoirs of the Life of the Very Reverend Mr. James Fraser of Brea ... - Page 368
by James Fraser - 1738 - 392 pages
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Memoirs of the Life of the Very Reverend Mr. James Fraser, of Brea ...

James Fraser - 1798 - 360 pages
...caufc rite me, in hopes that either I cannot appear being'fick, and fo fall in the forfeiture of nvy bond of five hundred and fixty pounds, which they...thereby endanger my life. This indeed I thought : but my furety would not be counfelled by me, but acquainted the Bimop of my fkkncfs, and that I preached not...
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Annals of the Persecution in Scotland: From the Restoration to the Revolution

James Aikman - Persecution - 1842 - 556 pages
...either I cannot appear being sick, and so fall in the forfeiture of my bond of five hundred and sixty pounds, which they would gladly be in hands with ; or, if I should appear, might thereby endanger my life." His surety thought his fears groundless, and acquainted...
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Annals of the persecution in Scotland, from the Restoration to the Revolution

James Aikman - 1842
...either I cannot appear being sick, and so fall in the forfeiture of my bond of five hundred and sixty pounds, which they would gladly be in hands with ; or, if I should appear, might thereby endanger my life." His surety thought his fears groundless, and acquainted...
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Publications, Issue 145, Volume 2

Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication - 1844
...either I cannot appear being sick, and so fall in the forfeiture of my bond of five hundred arid sixty pounds, which they would gladly be in hands with; or, if I should appear, might thereby endanger my life." His surety thought his fears groundless, and acquainted...
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Select biographies, ed. by W.K. Tweedie, Volume 1

William King Tweedie - Scotland - 1847
...either I cannot appear, being sick, and so fall in the forfeiture of my bond of five hundred and sixty pounds, which they would gladly be in hands with;...This indeed I thought; but my surety would not be counselled by me, but acquainted the bishop of my sickness, and that I preached not in the fields....
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