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ÞAnd this founder of the earthly city was a fratricide . Overcome with envy , he
slew his own brother , a citizen of the eternal city , and a so journer on earth . So
that we cannot be surprised that this first specimen , or , as the Greeks say ...
Saint Augustine (Bishop of Hippo.) Henry Paolucci. CHAPTER II THE RISE AND
FALL OF NATIONS A. An End to All Earthly Kingdoms aI am aware what ability is
requisite to persuade the proud how great is the virtue of humility , which raises ...
But God making proof that not even temporal deliverance , nor the preservation of
these earthly kingdoms , consist in these sacrifices , Rhadagaisus , by the Lord's
help , was marvellously overcome . Afterwards came other Goths who did not ...
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