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" Being, he frequently confesses his omnipotence, that being the perfection he was forced to allow him, and the only consideration which could support his pride under the shame of his defeat. Nor... "
The Spectator - Página 205
1738
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The Spectator: With a Biographical and Critical Preface, and ..., Volumen2

1854
...interpretation he puts on the justice, mercy, and other attributes of the Supreme Being, he frequently confesses his omnipotence, that being the perfection he was forced to allow him, and the only consideration which could support his pride under the shame of his defeat. Nor must I here omit that...
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The Works of Joseph Addison: Including the Whole Contents of Bp. Hurd's ...

Joseph Addison - 1854
...justice, mercy, No. 308.] SPECTATOR. 71 and other attributes of the Supreme Being, he frequently confesses his omnipotence, that being the perfection he was forced to allow him, and the only consideration which could support his pride under the shame of his defeat. Nor must I here omit that...
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The poetical works of John Milton

John Milton - 1855 - 748 páginas
...interpretation he pute on the justice, mercy, and other attributes of the Supreme Being, he frequently confesses his omnipotence ; that being the perfection he was forced to allow him, and the only consideration which could support his pride nnder the shame of his defeat. — ADDISOS. • And thcnct...
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The Spectator

Joseph Addison - 1856
...interpretation he puts on the justice, mercy, and other attributes of the Supreme Being, he frequently confesses his omnipotence, that being the perfection he was forced to allow him, and the only consideration which could support his pride under the shame of his defeat. Nor must I here omit that...
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The Spectator [by J. Addison and others].

Spectator The - 1857
...interpretation he puts on the justice, mercy, and other attributes of the Supreme Being, ho frequently confesses whose presence did so much honour to the British nation. He consideration which could support his pride under the shame of his defeat. Nor must I here omit that...
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THE WORKS OF JOSEPH ADDISON

1864
...interpretation he puts on the justice, mercy, and other attributes of the Supreme Being, he frequently confesses his omnipotence, that being the perfection he was forced to allow him, and the only consideration which could support his pride under the shame of his defeat. Nor must I here omit that...
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... Criticism on Milton's Paradise Lost: From 'The Spectator'. 31 December ...

Joseph Addison - 1868 - 152 páginas
...Interpretation he puts on the Juftice, Mercy, and other Attributes of the Supreme Being, he frequently confeffes his Omnipotence, that being the Perfection he was...innumerable Spirits whom he had involved in the fame Guilt and Ruin with himfelf. -He now prepared To f peak ; whereat their doubled ranks they bend From...
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Criticism on Milton's Paradise Lost

Joseph Addison - 1863 - 152 páginas
...Interpretation he puts on the Juftice, Mercy, and other Attributes of the Supreme Being, he frequently confefles his Omnipotence, that being the Perfection he was...muft I here omit that beautiful Circumftance of his burning out in Tears, upon his Survey of thofe innumerable Spirits whom he had involved in the fame...
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Toxophilus

Roger Ascham - 1868 - 315 páginas
...Interpretation he puts on the Juftice, Mercy, and other Attributes of the Supreme Being, he frequently confeffes his Omnipotence, that being the Perfection he was...of his Defeat. Nor muft I here omit that beautiful Circumflance of his burfting out in Tears, upon his Survey of thofe innumerable Spirits whom he had...
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Criticism on Milton's Paradise Lost

Joseph Addison - 1868 - 152 páginas
...and uthei Atlifbutes of the Supreme Being, he frequently conlelles his Omnipotence, that being'the Perfection he was . forced to allow him, and the only...fupport his Pride under the Shame of his Defeat. Nor muf t I here omit that beautiful Circumftance of his burfting out in Tears, upon his Survey of thofe...
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