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" But no man is entirely perfect ; he was not made for the governing part of his function. He had too gentle a soul to manage that rough work of reforming abuses : and therefore he left things as he found them. "
The life of William Bedell [by G. Burnet. Followed by] The copies of certain ... - Page 68
by Gilbert Burnet (bp. of Salisbury.), James Wadsworth - 1736
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The lives of J. Selden ... and abp. Usher

John Aikin - 1812
...diligence and exactness, joined with great judgment; so that he was certainly one of the greatest and best men that the age, or perhaps the world, has produced....gentle a soul to manage that rough work of reforming abuses, and therefore left things as he found them." With respect to the concluding part of this portraiture,...
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The Lives of John Selden, Esq., and Archbishop Usher: With Notices of the ...

John Aikin - 1812 - 430 lehte
...diligence and exactness, joined with great Judgment; so that he was certainly one of the greatest and best men that the age, or perhaps the world, has produced....was not made for the governing part of his function. lie had too gentle a soul to manage that rough work of reforming abuses, and therefore left things...
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The History of the Puritans, Or Protestant Non-conformists: With ..., 4. köide

Daniel Neal - 1817
...the world, seemed nut to he so much as in his nature. He had all the innocence of the dove in him. But no man is entirely perfect. He was not made for the governing part of his function. I i is soul was too gentle to manage the rmiirh work of reforming abuses -. ••1 dy -.vns of the...
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The history of the Puritans: or, Protestant nonconformists; from ..., 4. köide

Daniel Neal - 1822
...the world, seemed not . to be so much as in his nature. He had all the innocence of the dove in him. But no man is entirely perfect. He was not made for the governing part of his function. His sonl was too gentle to manage the rough work of reforming abuses ; therefore he left things as...
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Lives of eminent Christians

Richard Brindley Hone - 1833
...ofSishop Bedell, after speaking of Usher as one of the greatest and best men of his time, adds : — " But no man is entirely perfect ; he was not made for...gentle a soul to manage that rough work of reforming abuses ; and therefore he left things as he found them. He hoped a time of reformation would come....
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The history of the Puritans or Protestant non-conformists. repr. from dr ...

Daniel Neal - 1837
...the world, seemed not to be so much as in his uature. He had all the innocence of the dove in him. But no man is entirely perfect. He was not made for the governing'part of his function. His soul was too gentle to manage the rough work of reforming abuses...
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The History of the Puritans, Or Protestant Nonconformists: From ..., 2. köide

Daniel Neal - 1837
...the world, seemed not to be so much as in his nature. He had all the innocence of the dove in him. But no man is entirely perfect. He was not made for the governing'part of his function. His soul was too gentle to manage the rough work of reforming abases...
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The Life of William Bedell, D.D., Lord Bishop of Kilmore, 4. osa

Henry Joseph Monck Mason - 1843 - 400 lehte
...diligence and exactness, joined with great judgment. So that he was certainly one of the greatest and best men that the age, or perhaps the world, has produced....for the governing part of his function. He had too gentie a soul to manage that rough work of reforming abuses, and therefore he left things as he found...
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Historical Collections Relating to Remarkable Periods of the Success of the ...

1845 - 582 lehte
...beat men that the age, or perhaps the world, has produced. But he was not made for the governing paif of his function. He had too gentle a soul to manage that rough work of reforming abuses, and, therefore, he left things as he found them. He hoped a time of reformation would come....
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The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher...: With a Life of the Author...

James Ussher, Charles Richard Elrington - 1847
...diligence and exactness, joined with great judgment. So that he was certainly one of the greatest and best men that the age or perhaps the world has produced....gentle a soul to manage that rough work of reforming abuses : and therefore he left things as he found them. He hoped a time of reformation would come....
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