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" I wondered at him; and when I told him that the dear servants of God, in better causes than his, had shrunk back and trembled a little, he denied not, but yet gave God thanks he never feared death, and much less then, for it was but an opinion and imagination.... "
Sir John Eliot: A Biography, 1592-1632 - Page 20
by John Forster - 1872 - 930 lehte
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The Life of Sir Walter Ralegh, Knt, 2. köide

Arthur Cayley - 1806
...For it was but an opinion and imagination, and the manner of death, though to others it might eeem grievous, yet he had rather die so than of a burning fever. With much more to that purpose, with such confidence and cheerfulness, that I was fain to divert my...
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The British review and London critical journal, 15. köide

1820
...death, and much less then. For it was but an opinion and imagination, and the manner of death, though to others it might seem grievous, yet he had rather die so, than of a burning fever. With much more to that purpose, with such confidence and cheerfulness, that I was fain to divert my...
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The British Plutarch: Containing the Lives of the Most Eminent ..., 2. köide

Francis Wrangham - 1816
...death, and much less then. For it was but an opinion and imagination, and the manner of death, though to others it might seem grievous, yet he had rather die so than of a burning fever ; ' with much more to that purpose, with such confidence and cheerfulness, that I was fain to divert...
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The British Plutarch: Containing the Lives of the Most Eminent ..., 2. köide

Francis Wrangham - 1816
...death, and much less then. For it was but an opinion and imagination, and the manner of death, though to others it might seem grievous, yet he had rather die so than of a burning fever ; ' with much more to that purpose, with such confidence and cheerfulness, that I was fain to divert...
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The Album, 1–2. köide

1822
...and much less then, for it was but an opinion and an imagination, and the manner of death, although to others it might seem grievous, yet he had rather die so than of a burning fever ; and he was persuaded, that no man that knew God, and feared him, could die with cheerfulness and...
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A History of England from the First Invasion by the Romans: 9

John Lingard - 1826 - 372 lehte
...much less then. For it was but an « opinion and imagination : and the manner of death } « though to others it might seem grievous, yet he had ,, « rather die so than of a burning fever. >• a HU death- His cheerfulness on the scaffold proved that these Oct. 29. were not idle vaunts....
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A History of England: From the First Invasion by the Romans, 5. köide

John Lingard - 1827
...death, and much less then. For it was but an opinion and imagination: and the manner of death, though to others it might seem grievous, yet he had rather die so than of a burning fever."t His cheerfulness on the scaffold proved that these were not idle vaunts. Holding his notes...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Ralegh with Some Account of the Period in ...

Mrs. A. T. Thomson - 1830 - 496 lehte
...>" and much less then, for it was but an opinion and imagination ; and the manner of death, though to others it might seem grievous, yet he had rather die so than of a burning fever." And when the conscientious and assiduous minister of the gospel sought to probe into his soul, and...
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Criminal Trials ...

David Jardine, Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1832
...death, and much less then : for it was but an opinion and imagination ; and the manner of death, though to others it might seem grievous, yet he had rather die so than of a burning fever. He said that he was persuaded that no man that knew God and feared him, could die with cheerfulness and...
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Imaginative Biography, 2. köide

Sir Egerton Brydges - 1834
...death, and much less then. For it was but an opinion and imagination; and the manner of death, though to others it might seem grievous, yet he had rather die so than of a burning fever; and much more to that purpose, with such confidence and cheerfulness, that I was fain to divert my...
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