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" It was some time before the tumult had subsided so far as to permit him to proceed. Indeed, judging by the usual, but fallacious, standard of my own weakness, I began to be very uneasy for the situation of the preacher. For I could not. conceive how he... "
Anecdotes of the Blind - Page 31
by Abram V. Courtney - 1835 - 52 pages
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The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Volume 1

1804
...own weakness, I began to be very uneasy for the situation of the preacher. For I could not con* ceive how he would be able to let his audience down from...subject, or perhaps shocking them by the abruptness ;>f the fall. but.. ..no: the descent was as beautiful and sublime, as the elevation had been rapid...
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The British Spy, Or, Letters to a Member of the British Parliament: Written ...

William Wirt - 1804 - 105 pages
...fallacious standard of my own weakness, I began to be very uneasy for the situation of the preacher. For I could not conceive how he would be able to let his...them, without impairing the solemnity and dignity" of the subject, or perhaps snocking them bv the abruptness of the G fall. But — no : the descent was...
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The Letters of the British Spy

William Wirt - 1805 - 128 pages
...of the preacher. For I could not conceive, how iu; -would be able to let his audience down from tha height to which he had wound them,- without impairing...or perhaps shocking them by the abruptness of the fall. But....no : the descent was as beautiful and sublime, as the elevation had been rapid and enthusiastic....
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The History of South-Carolina: From Its First Settlement in 1670 ..., Volume 2

David Ramsay - 1809 - 602 pages
...as to permit him to pro" ceed. I began to be very uneasy for the situation of the u. preacher. For I could not conceive how he would be able to " let his...perhaps shocking them by the abruptness '• of the fell. But, no ; the descent was as beautiful and sub• ' lime as the elevation had been -rapid and...
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The American Orator, Or, Elegant Extracts in Prose and Poetry: Comprehending ...

Increase Cooke - 1811 - 408 pages
...fallacious standard of my own weakness, I began to be very uneasy for the situation ef the preacher. For I could not conceive, how he would be able to let his...or perhaps shocking them by the abruptness of the fall. But—no: the descent was as beautiful and sublime, as the elevation had been rapid and enthusiastic....
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The pulpit; or, A biographical and literary account of eminent ..., Volume 2

Garnet Terry - 1812
...fallacious standard of my own weakness, I began to be very uneasy for the situation of the preacher. For I could not conceive how he would be able to let his...or perhaps shocking them by the abruptness of the fall. But — no : the descent was as beautiful and sublime as the elevation had been rapid and enthusiastic...
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The Letters of the British Spy

William Wirt - 1813 - 186 pages
...weakness, I began to be very uneasy for the situation of the preacher. For 1 could not ;i>m-<-iu•, how he would be able to let his audience down from...or perhaps shocking them by the abruptness of the fall. But — no: the descent was as beautiful and sublime, as the elevation had been rapid and enthusiastic....
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The New evangelical magazine and theological review, Volume 1

1815
...for the situation of the preacher. For I could not conceive how he would be able to let his andience down from the height to which he had wound them, without...or perhaps shocking them by the abruptness of the fall. But — no: the descent was as beantiful and sublime as the elevation had been rapid and enthusiastic...
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The Letters of the British Spy

William Wirt - 1829 - 224 pages
...fallacious standard of my own weakness, I began to be very uneasy for the situation of the preacher. For I could not conceive, how he would be able to let his...or perhaps shocking them by the abruptness of the fall. Hut—no: the descent was as beautiful and sublime, as the elevation had been rapid and enthusiastick....
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The Republican Compiler: Comprising a Series of Scientific, Descriptive ...

A citizen of Pittsburgh - 1818 - 263 pages
...fallacious standard of my own weakness, I began to be very uneasy for the situation of the preacher^; tor I could not conceive, how he would be able to let his...or perhaps shocking them by the abruptness of the fall. But — no : the descent was as beautiful and sublime as the elevation had been rapid and enthusiastic....
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