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" Amongst the catalogue of those good works which your fellow-citizens and our countrymen have done, this will not be reckoned for the least, That they have provided for the feeding of souls. Building of hospitals provides for men's bodies ; to... "
Oliver Cromwell - Page 43
by Michael Russell - 1910
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1829
...the Clergy. as hud displeased him, and taken it when he became possessed of the means ; for, in 104l, he, with his relation, Mr Valentine Walton, informed...those good workes which your fellowe citycenes and our cuntrie men have doun, this will not be reckoned for the least that they have provided for the feediuge...
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Life of Oliver Cromwell, Volume 1

Michael Russell - 1829
...relation, Mr Valentine Walton, informed the Parliament against a gentleman of Huntingdonshire, onlyfor words which were pretended to be spoken by him, of...the Dog, in the .Royal Exchange, London. It is dated US I. Ives, January 11, 1635, and throws so favourable a %hl on the religious motives of the author,...
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Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 13

William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone - 1846
...given — the first extant, *> far as is known — is addressed by Oliver, at St. Ives, to Mr. John Storie, at " the Sign of the Dog, in the Royal Exchange, London." It is about the means of supporting a Dr. Wells in a Lectureship established at Huntingdon, when to withJ«w...
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Life of Oliver Cromwell, Volume 1

Michael Russell - 1833
...spoken by him, of high and dangerous consequence, for which the poor man suffered many hardships.f Dr. Harris obtained from the trustees of the British...those good workes which your fellowe citycenes and our cuntrie men have doun, this will not be reckoned for the least that they have provided for the feedinge...
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The Republic of Letters: A Weekly Republication of Standard Literature, Volume 5

1836
...will I ; and ever rest your lovinge servant in the Lord, " OLIyER CROMWELL." This letter addressed to Mr. Storie, at the sign of the Dog, in the Royal Exchange, London, bore date the 11th January, 1635. In the year followmg, the writer's uncle, sir Thomas Stewart, died,...
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The Methodist Quarterly Review

Methodist Church - 1846
...when thirty-six years old, married, the head of a family, a substantial farmer at St. Ives. "To my very loving friend Mr. Storie, at the Sign of the Dog, in the Royal Exchange, London, deliver these. " St. Ives, 14th January, 1635. "MR. STORIE, — Among the catalogue of those good works...
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Oliver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches: with Elucidations, Volume 1

Oliver Cromwell, Thomas Carlyle - Great Britain - 1845
...worthy Mr. Harrisf has printed for all people. We slightly rectify the spelling and reprint. To my very loving friend Mr. Storie, at the Sign of the Dog in the Royal Exchange, London: Deliver these. St. Ives, llth January, 1635. MR. STORIE, Amongst the catalogue of those good works...
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The Cabinet Portrait Gallery of British Worthies, Volumes 5-8

Great Britain - 1845
...Museum, although such original is no longer to be found in that repository. It is addressed " To my very loving friend Mr. Storie, at the sign of the Dog, in the Royal Exchange, London," and abundantly demonstrates the strong hold that religion or puritanism had by this time taken of him,...
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The North British Review, Volume 4

1846
...had been established in his neighbourhood in the country. It speaks sufficiently for itself. " To my very loving friend Mr. Storie, at the Sign of the Dog in the Royal Exchange, London : Deliver these. " St. Ives, 11 til January, 1635. " Mr. STORIE, — Amongst the catalogue of those...
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The Methodist Review, Volume 6; Volume 28

Methodist Church - 1846
...when thirty-six years old, married, the head of a family, a substantial farmer at St. Ives. "To my very loving friend Mr. Storie, at the Sign of the Dog, in the Royal Exchange, London, deliver these. " St. Ires, 14th January, 1635. "MR. STORIE, — Among the catalogue of those good works...
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