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" ... and increased veneration for his holy office. The following account of his visit to Cotta, by Mr. Robinson will be read with a melancholy interest : " At day-break this morning I attended his lordship six miles from Colombo to Cotta, the principal... "
Memoir of the life of ... Reginald Heber ... bishop of Calcutta - Page 53
by George Bonner - 1833
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Missionary Register, Volume 15

Missions - 1827
...present ; and Mr. Lambrick read an Address in the name of all, most touchingly and admirably worded, expressive of their joy at ranging themselves under...Father in their lawful Superior; then laying before him the accouut of their state and prospects. I assure you this Address was neither read nor heard without...
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The Life of Reginald Heber, Volume 2

Reginald Heber, Mrs. Amelia (Shipley) Heber - 1830
..." At day-break this morning I attended his lordship six miles from Colombo to Cotta, the principal missionary station, where they intend to establish...in their lawful superior ; then laying before him the account of their state and prospects. I assure you this address was neither read nor heard without...
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The life of Reginald Heber, Volume 2

Reginald Heber, Amelia Shipley Heber - 1830
...believe it is) in Kent, which boasts that it " was never won, nor ever shall." The Maharatta, tude for his kindness, and their thankfulness for his present...in their lawful superior ; then laying before him the account of their state and prospects. I assure you this address was neither read nor heard without...
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The Last Days of Bishop Heber

Thomas Robinson - Missionaries - 1830 - 355 pages
...present ; and Mr. Lambrick read an address, in the name of all, most touchingly and admirably worded, expressive of their joy at ranging themselves under...paternal authority, their gratitude for his kindness, their thankfulness for his present visit, and at seeing a friend, a protector, and a father in their...
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Memoirs of the life and writings of ... Reginald Heber, late lord bishop of ...

Thomas Taylor (biographer.) - 1836
...says Mr. Robinson, " read an address to his lordship, most touchingly and admirably worded, expressing their joy at ranging themselves under his paternal authority, their gratitude for his kindness, their thankfulness for his present visit, and at seeing a friend, a protector, and a father in their...
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Memoir of Reginald Heber, D.D., Bishop of Calcutta

Amelia Shipley Heber - Missions - 1856 - 348 pages
...: " At daybreak this morning I attended his Lordship six miles from Colombo to Cotta, the principal missionary station, where they intend to establish...in their lawful superior ; then laying before him the account of their state and prospects. I assure you this address was neither read nor heard without...
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Memoir of Reginald Heber

Amelia Shipley Heber - 1856 - 348 pages
...: " At daybreak this morning I attended his Lordship six miles from Colombo to Cotta, the principal missionary station, where they intend to establish...in their lawful superior ; then laying before him the account of their state and prospects. I assure you this address was neither read nor heard without...
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The history of Christianity in India: from the commencement of the ..., Volume 5

James Hough - Christianity - 1860
...of his brethren, read an address to his lordship, most touchingly and admirably worded, expressing their joy at ranging themselves under his paternal authority, their gratitude for his kindness, their thankthe improvement of Ceylon, in a letter to the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge...
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The History of Christianity in India: From the Commencement of the ..., Volume 5

James Hough - Christianity - 1860
...his brethren, read an address to his lordship, most touchingly and admirably worded, expressing then. joy at ranging themselves under his paternal authority, their gratitude for his kindness, their thankthe improvement of Ceylon, in a letter to the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge...
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The Life and Writings of Bishop Heber: The Great Missionary to Calcutta, the ...

Reginald Heber, Mrs. Amelia Shipley Heber - Missionaries - 1861 - 348 pages
...: " At daybreak this morning I attended his Lordship six miles from Colombo to Cotta, the principal missionary station, where they intend to establish...the name of all, expressive of their joy at ranging themselvq( under his paternal authority, their gratitude for his kindness, and their thankfulness for...
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