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" A gentle call would neither have reached, nor have excited those to whom it was addressed. A spirit more amiable, but less vigorous than Luther's, would have shrunk back from the dangers which he braved and surmounted. Towards the close of Luther's life,... "
Beauties of Dr. Robertson: Containing the most prominent and interesting ... - Page 228
by William Robertson - 1810 - 366 pages
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.: With a View of ..., Volume 3

William Robertson - 1787
...from the dangers which he braved and furmounted. Towards the clofe of Luther's life, though without any perceptible diminution of his zeal or abilities, the infirmities of his temper increafed upon him, fo that he grew daily more peevifh, more irafcible, and more impatient of contradiction....
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V, Volume 3

William Robertson - 1787
...from, the dangers which he braved and furmounted. Towards the clofe of Luther's life, though without any perceptible diminution of his zeal or abilities, the infirmities of his temper irtcreafed upon him, fo that he grew daily more peevifh, more irafcible, and more impatient of contradiction....
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An history of the Christian Church [by G. Gregory].

George Gregory - 1790
...grofsabufe with which he treated Tetzel or Eccius. Towards the clofe of JLuf her's life, though with^ out any perceptible diminution of his zeal or abilities, the infirmities of his temper increafed upon him, fo that he grew daily more peevifh, mora irafcible, and more impatient of contradiction....
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 92

1793
...from th^ dangers which he braved -and furmounted. Toward the clofe of Luther's life, though without any perceptible diminution of his zeal or abilities, the infirmities of his temper increafed upon him, fo that he grew daily more peeviüi, more irafcible, and more impatient of contradiflion....
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An History of the Christian Church from the Earliest Periods to ..., Volume 2

George Gregory - 1795
...grofs abufe with which he treated Tetzel or Eccius. Towards the clofe of Luther's life, though without any perceptible diminution of his zeal or abilities, the infirmities of his temper increafcd upon 5 him, CJENT. 1 6.] Luther. 343 him, fo that he grew daily more peevifli, more irafcible,...
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The history of the reign of the emperor Charles v, Volume 2

William Robertson - 1798
...from the dangers which he braved and furmounted. Towards the clofe of Luther's life, though without any perceptible diminution of his zeal or abilities, the infirmities of his temper increafed upon him, fo that he grew daily more peevifh, more irafcible, and • impatient of contradiftion....
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General Biography: Or, Lives, Critical and Historical, of the Most ..., Volume 6

John Aikin - 1807
...surmounted. Towards the close of Luther's hfe, though without any perceptible diminution of his zeal and abilities, . the infirmities of his temper increased upon him, so that he grew daily more petvish, more irascible, and more impatient of contradiction. Having lived to be a witness of his own...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of John Calvin: Compiled from the Narrative ...

John Mackenzie (of Huntingdon.) - 1809 - 396 pages
...the'da«gers which he braved and surmounted. Towards the close .«f Lather's : life, ; though without any perceptible diminution of his zeal or abilities,...infirmities of his temper increased upon him, so that !ke grew daily more peevish, more irascible, and more impatient of contradiction. Having lived to be...
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Elegant extracts: a copious selection of passages from the most eminent ...

Elegant extracts - 1812
...declension of his zeal or ahilities, the infirmities of his temper increased upon him, so that he daily grew more peevish, more irascible, and more impatient of contradiction. Having lived to be witness of his own amazing success ; to see a great part of Europe embrace his doctrines ; and to shake...
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The General biographical dictionary: containing an historical and critical ...

Alexander Chalmers - 1815
...the dangers which he braved and surmounted. Toward the close of Luther's life, though wit •: out any perceptible diminution of his zeal or abilities,...infirmities of his temper increased upon him, so that be grew daily more peevish, more irascible, and more impatient of contradiction. Having lived to be...
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