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" There are, as in philosophy, so in divinity, sturdy doubts and boisterous objections, wherewith the unhappiness of our knowledge too nearly acquainteth us. More of these no man hath known than myself, which I confess I conquered, not in a martial posture,... "
Memoirs and Select Remains of an Only Son: Who Died November 27, 1821, in ... - Halaman 171
oleh Thomas Durant - 1822
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Religio medici. To which is added, sir Digby's Observations. Also critical notes

sir Thomas Browne - 1754
...More of thefe no man hath kneiwn than myfelf, which I confefs I conquered, not in a martial pofture, but on my knees. For our endeavours are not only to combat with doubts, but likewife to difpute with the devil: the villainy of that fpirit takes a hint of infidelity from our...
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A Treatise on the Records of the Creation: And on the Moral ..., Volume 2

John Bird Sumner - 1818
...uni* Sir Thomas Browne, Religio Medici. " More of these," continues the excellent author, " no man has known than myself; which I confess I conquered, not in a martial posture, but on my knees." formly, keeps our world in that state which is most agreeable to the design of the creation, and renders...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, Volume 16

1818
...(namely, bolsteroui doubla and sturdy objections) "continuo-, the excellent author, ' no тли has known than myself; which I confess I conquered, not in a martial posture, but on my Luces.' " Sunnier, vol. II. p. 174. It is with pleasure that we turn from these exceptions to the excellent...
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The Life of Wesley: And the Rise and Progress of Methodism, Volume 1-2

Robert Southey - 1820
...work of the Lord." It is beautifully 1 said by Sir Thomas Brown, " There is, as in philosophy, s,o in divinity, sturdy doubts and boisterous objections,...conquered, not in , a martial posture, but on my knees." What is remarkable in Wesley's case is, that these misgivings of faith should have been felt by him...
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The Life of Wesley: And the Rise and Progress of Methodism, Volume 1

Robert Southey - 1820 - 622 halaman
...the work of the Lord." It js beautifully said by Sir Thomas Brown, " There is, as in philosophy, so in divinity, sturdy doubts and boisterous objections,...nearly acquainteth us : more of these no man hath K known than myself, which I confess I conquered, not in a martial posture, but on my knees." What...
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The Life of Wesley;: And the Rise and Progress of Methodism, Volume 1

Robert Southey - 1820
...the work of the Lord." It is beautifully said by Sir Thomas Brown, " There is, as in philosophy, so in divinity, sturdy doubts and boisterous objections,...knowledge too nearly acquainteth us : more of these no man Iwrth known than myself, which I confess I conquered, not in a martial posture, but on my knees." What...
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The London Christian instructor, or, Congregational magazine, Volume 1

1822
...time and place, according to the restraint and limit of circumstance. There is, as in philosophy, so in divinity, sturdy doubts, and boisterous objections,...wherewith the unhappiness of our knowledge too nearly ¡icquainteth us. More of these no man hath known than myself, which I confess I conquered, not in...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 28

1823
...his comprehen-; sion ! Does he say, that still there are difficulties — what Sir Thomas Brown calls 'sturdy doubts and boisterous objections, wherewith...unhappiness of ' our knowledge too nearly acquainteth us ?' We will reply to him, in the language of the same writer, that these ' are to be conquered not iii...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 28

1823
...his comprehension ! Does he say, that still there are difficulties — what Sir Thomas Brown calls 'sturdy doubts and boisterous objections, wherewith...unhappiness of our knowledge too nearly acquainteth us ?' We will reply to him, in the language of the same writer, that these ' are to be conquered not in...
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A treatise on the records of the Creation, and on the moral ..., Volume 2

John Bird Sumner (abp. of Canterbury.) - 1825
...able to discover all the bearings, or follow all the consequences, of a principle which is undoubtedly myself; which I confess I conquered, not in a martial posture, but on my knees." the primary, though secret agent, in producing all the boundless varieties of the human condition....
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