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Memoir of the life of ... Reginald Heber ... bishop of Calcutta - Page 38
by George Bonner - 1833
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Missionary Register

Missions - 1823
...a new and difficult language, at the doors of the schools, from the children tracing their letter* on the sand — can we refrain, not only from admiring...of converts, which our Missionaries already number, maybe extended into a mighty multitude, who will look back with gratitude to this Society, as the first...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary, Volume 11

Great Britain - 1827
...men with few resources, save what this Society supplied to them, without encouragement — without support ; compelled to commit themselves, not to the...consolation ? What would have been the feelings of Swartz, (' clantm et venerabile nomen Gentibus ,•' to .whom even the Heathen, whom he failed to convince,...
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The Annual biography and obituary

1827
...without support; compelled to commit themselves, not to the casual hospitality, but to the^systematic and bigoted inhospitality of the natives; seated in...would have been the feelings of Swartz, (' clarum et venerabile nomen Gentibus,-' to iwhom even the Heathen, whom he failed to convince, looked up as something...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ..., Volume 11

Great Britain - 1827
...the port which Christianity now assumes in the East, and indulging the hope that one century morey and the thousands of converts which our Missionaries...would have been the feelings of Swartz, (' clarum et venerabHe nomen Gentibus ,-' to whom even the Heathen, whom he failed to convince, looked up as something...
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A charge delivered at the visitation of Thomas Elrington, lord bishop of ...

Thomas Elrington (bp. of Ferns and Leighlin.) - 1828
...patience of those eminent Saints, but from comparing their situation with the port which Christianjty now assumes in the East, and indulging the hope that...look back with gratitude to this Society as the first dispenserof those sacred truths which will then be their guide and their consolation ? What would have...
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Sermons Preached in India, Volume 2

Reginald Heber - Missions - 1829 - 310 pages
...apostolic men with few resources, save what this Society supplied to them ; without encouragement, without support ; compelled to commit themselves, not to the...consolation ? What would have been the feelings of Schwartz, (" clarum et venerabile nomen Gentibus ;" to whom even the heathen, whom he failed to convince,...
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Sermons preached in India [ed. by A. Heber].

Reginald Heber (bp. of Calcutta.) - Sermons, English - 1829
...apostolic men with few resources, save what this Society supplied to them ; without encouragement, without support ; compelled to commit themselves, not to the...consolation ? What would have been the feelings of Schwartz, (" clarum et venerabile nomen Gentibus ;" to whom even the heathen, whom he failed to convince,...
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Sermons preached in India

Reginald Heber - Sermons, English - 1829 - 213 pages
...language, at the doors of the schools, from the children tracing their letters on the sand ; can we refraia not only from admiring the faith and patience of those...which will then be their guide and their consolation 1 What would have been the feelings of Schwartz, ("clarum et venerabile nomen Gentibus;" to whom even...
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Christian Examiner, Volume 2; Volume 7

Theology - 1830
...new and difficult language, at the doors of the schools, from the children tracing their letters on sand ; can we refrain not only from admiring the faith...consolation? What would have been the feelings of Schwartz, (" clarum et venerabile nomen Gentibus;" to whom even the heathen, whom he failed to convince,...
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The missionary's daily text book: with reflections [&c. Ed. by H. Bailey].

Henry Bailey - 1853
...men, with few resources, save what this Society supplied to them, without encouragement — without support ; compelled to commit themselves, not to the...who will look back with gratitude to this Society? It is, indeed, a high satisfaction for me to reflect, that I go forth as the promoter of its pious...
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