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A sketch of the reformation - Page 220
by Thomas Bayley Fox - 1836 - 259 pages
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The Practical Expositor: Or, Scripture Illustrated by Facts, and Arranged ...

Charles Buck - Calendars - 1815 - 352 pages
...he had been praying to God. And soon after, the pangs of death coming on him, he said to Sir Sidney, who was holding him in his arms, " I am faint ! Lord have mercy on me ; and receive my spirit I" and thus breathed out his innocent soul, on the 6th of July, 1553. October 13. PSALM cxix. 9. Wherewith...
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The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1816
...person. A sadder portion of his destiny it was, to hold his dying prince in his arms, when he exclaimed " I am faint : Lord, have mercy on me, and receive my spirit." In the reign of Queen Mary, through his discreet and cautious conduct, he was honoured with repeated...
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The Christian Journal, and Literary Register, Volume 3

1819
...he had beeri praying to God. And soon after the pangs of death coming on him, he said to Sir Sidney, who was holding him in his arms, " I am faint ! Lord have mercy on me ; and receive my spirit !" and thus breathed out his innocent soul, on the o'h of July, 1553. Buck. DEATH OF BEZA. THE learned BEZA...
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The History of Christ's Hospital: From Its Foundation by King Edward the ...

John Iliff Wilson - 1821 - 308 pages
...been praying to God. And soon after, the pangs of death coming on him, he said to Sir Henry Sidney, who was holding him in his arms, ' I am faint; Lord have mercy upon me, and receive my spirit;' and so he breathed out his innocent soul. The Duke of Northumberland,...
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The History of the Reformation of the Church of England ..., Volume 2, Part 1

Gilbert Burnet - Reformation - 1825
...been praying to God. And soon after, the pangs of death corning on him, he said to Sir Henry Sidney, who was holding him in his arms ; " I am faint. Lord,...spirit ;" and so he breathed out his innocent soul. The duke of Northumberland, according to Cecil's relation, intended to have concealed his death for...
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A Short History of the Church of Christ: From the Close of the Sacred ...

John Fry - Church history - 1825 - 614 pages
...pleasant countenance, he declared he had been praying to God. Soon after, he said to Sir Henry Sidney, who was holding him in his arms, " I am faint : Lord have mercy on me, and receive my spirit!" He then expired 1. .. , . . The last duty which the archbishop, who was soon to exchange his mitre...
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Sketch of the Reformation in England

John James Blunt - Great Britain - 1832 - 327 pages
...defend his realm from papistry ; " and then, as he sunk in the arms of Sir Henry Sidney, he exclaimed, " I am faint; Lord, have mercy on me, and receive my spirit;" and so he departed. Thus ended this reign of mercy : for ill as the principle of toleration was in those days...
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A Sketch of the Reformation

Thomas Bayley Fox - Reformation - 1836 - 259 pages
...had completed this work, On the sixth of July the king found himself to be dying, and gave his last moments to devotion, praying most earnestly for his...was holding him in his arms, " I am faint. Lord have rnercy on me, and receive my spirit; " and " so he breathed out his innocent soul." Historians dwell...
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Instructive Extracts, Comprising Religious and Moral Instruction, Natural ...

1843
...chosen people of England." Soon after, the pangs of death coming on him, he said while Sir Henry Sidney was holding him in his arms, " I am faint : Lord have...spirit," and so he breathed out his innocent soul. All men, who saw and observed his excellent qualities, looked on him as one raised by God for most...
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The Sunday school magazine, and journal of Christian instruction ..., Volume 5

1845
...to the utmost in furthering the Reformation. When dying, in the arms of Sir Henry Sidney, he said, 'I am faint! Lord, have mercy on me; and receive my spirit.' My sallow cheek blushes at being connected with per-1 secution. On the very day I remove into Scorpio,...
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