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" But though the result of our scheme is in the womb of futurity, and although it seems probable that greater perils and privations await us than we had once calculated upon, there yet appears no reason to repent of the course we have taken, or to augur... "
Narrative of a residence in South Africa - Página 37
por Thomas Pringle, Josiah Conder - 1835 - 356 páginas
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1834
...civilisation, and the blessed light of the Gospel through this dark nook of benighted Africa ? The issue of onr enterprise is known only to Him who ordereth all things...without very sufficient and reasonable motives'. Let us, , the younger brother of a Scottish laird, rich in blood, but poor therefore, go on calmly and courageously,...
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The Eclectic Review, Volumen11;Volumen59

William Hendry Stowell - 1834
...this dark nook of benighted Africa ? The issue of our enterprise is known only to Him who ordcreth all things well : ' Man proposes, but God disposes.'...change, or without very sufficient and reasonable motive?. Let us, therefore, go on calmly and courageously, duly invoking the blessing of God on all...
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Selections from modern authors, for the use of schools, by mrs. Gething

Gething - 1838
...and protected us. We left not our native land from wanton restlessness or mere love of change, and without very sufficient and reasonable motives. Let...may, we shall feel ourselves in the path of active duty." With these, and similar reflections, we encouraged ourselves, and proceeded to the religious...
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The Church-warder and domestic magazine, Volúmenes4-5

...We left not our deeply and dearly-loved native land from wanton carelessness; or from the mere lore of change, or without very sufficient and reasonable...may, we shall feel ourselves in the path of active duty. WITH THESE and similar reflections we encouraged ourselves; and proceeded to the religious services...
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The Christian souvenir

Christian souvenir - 1851 - 254 páginas
...and protected us. We left not our native land from wanton restlessness or mere love of change, and without very sufficient and reasonable motives. Let...may, we shall feel ourselves in the path of active duty.' With these, and similar reflections, we encouraged ourselves, and proceeded to the religious...
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Afar in the Desert: And Other South African Poems; with a Memoir and Notes

Thomas Pringle - 1881 - 285 páginas
...become the honoured founders of a prosperous settlement, destined to extend the benefits of civilisation and the blessed light of the Gospel through this dark...may, we shall feel ourselves in the path of active duty.' — With these, and similar reflections, we encouraged ourselves, and proceeded to the religious...
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The Anglo-Saxon Review, Volumen9

Lady Randolph Spencer Churchill - 1901
...become the honoured founders of a prosperous settlement, destined to extend the benefits of civilisation and the blessed light of the Gospel through this dark...may, we shall feel ourselves in the path of active duty.' With these, and similar reflections, we encouraged ourselves, and proceeded to the religious...
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The Anglo-Saxon Review, Volumen9

Lady Randolph Spencer Churchill - 1901
...benefits of civilisation and the blessed light of the Gospel through this dark nook of benighted Africa F The issue of our enterprise is known only to Him who...may, we shall feel ourselves in the path of active duty.' With these, and similar reflections, we encouraged ourselves, and proceeded to the religious...
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The Dublin Penny Journal

Philip Dixon Hardy - 1835
...this dark nook of benighted Africa ? The issue of our enterprise is known only to Him who orderelh all things well ; " Man proposes, but God disposes."...may, we shall feel ourselves in the path of active duty.' With these, and similar reflections, we encouraged ourselves, and proceeded to the religious...
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