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" We saw the very faces of the Jews : the staring, frightful distortions of malice and rage. We saw the buffet ; my soul kindled with a flame of indignation, and my hands were involuntarily and convulsively clenched. "
Anecdotes of the Blind - Page 31
by Abram V. Courtney - 1835 - 52 pages
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The Connecticut evangelical magazine, Volume 6

1805
...heart trembled in unison. — His peculiar phrases had that force of description, that the original scene appeared to be at that moment acting before...our eyes. We saw the very faces of the Jews — the starting, frightful distortions of malice and rage. We saw the buffet — my soul kindled with a flame...
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The British Spy, Or, Letters to a Member of the British Parliament: Written ...

William Wirt - 1804 - 105 pages
...every heart trembled in unison. His pcculiar phrases had that force of description, that the original scene appeared to be at that moment acting before...indignation, and my hands were involuntarily and convulsively clenched. — But when he came to touch the patience, the forgiving meekness of our Saviour — when...
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The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Volume 1

1804
...the assembly trembled in unison. His peculiar phrases had that force of description that the original scene appeared to be at that moment acting before...our eyes. We saw the very faces of the Jews.. ..the staring,frightful distortions of malice and rage. We saw the buffet. ...my soul kindled with ë fame...
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The Letters of the British Spy

William Wirt - 1805 - 128 pages
...assembly trembled in unison. His peculiar phrases, had that force of description, that th« original scene appeared to be^ at that moment, acting before...We saw the very faces of the Jews.. ..the staring, irightful distortions of malice and rage. We saw the buffet.. ..my soul kindled with a flame of indignation,...
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The American Orator, Or, Elegant Extracts in Prose and Poetry: Comprehending ...

Increase Cooke - 1811 - 408 pages
...assembly trembled in unison. His peculiar phrases, had that force of description, that the original scene appeared to be, at that moment, acting before our eyes. We saw the very faces of the Jews—the staring, frighful distortions of malice and rage. We saw the buffet—my soul kindled with...
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The pulpit; or, A biographical and literary account of eminent ..., Volume 2

Garnet Terry - 1812
...assembly trembled iu unison. His peculiar phrases had that force of description, that the original scene appeared to be, at that moment, acting before...; and my hands were involuntarily and convulsively clenched I 1 But when he came to touch on the patience, the forgiving meekness of our Saviour; when...
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The Letters of the British Spy

William Wirt - 1813 - 186 pages
...trembled in unison. His peculiar phrases had that force of description, that the original scene •ppeared to be, at that moment, acting before our eyes. We saw the verv faces of the Jews: the staring, frightful distortions of malice and rage. We saw the buffet: my...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Volume 1

1814
...blood run cold and my whole frame shiver.' ' We saw the very faces of the Jews : the staring, frightful with a flame of indignation ; and my hands were involuntarily and convulsively clenchca !' ' Whatever I had been able to conceive of the sublimity of Massillon or] the force of Bourdaloue,...
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The New evangelical magazine and theological review, Volume 1

1815
...original scene appeared to be, at that moment, acting before our eyes ! 12 SOME ACCOUNT or JAMES WADDELI,. We saw the very faces of the Jews: the staring, frightful distortions of malice and rage ! \Ve saw the buffet: mIy soul kindled with a flame of indignation ; and my hands were involuntarily...
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The Letters of the British Spy

William Wirt - 1829 - 224 pages
...the assembly trembled in unison. Hispeculiar phrases had that force of description, that the original scene appeared to be, at that moment, acting before...the very faces of the Jews: the staring, frightful d stortions of malice and rage. We saw the buffet : my soul kindled with a flame of indignation ; and...
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