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" folly to pretend to arm ourfelves againft the accidents of life, by heaping up treafures, which nothing can protect us againft, " " but the good providence of our heavenly Father. "
A French Grammar: To which is Prefixed, an Analysis Relating to that Subject - Page 91
by René Labutte - 1790 - 112 pages
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Several Discourses Preached at the Temple Church, Volume 2

Thomas Sherlock - Sermons, English - 1759
...Wealth is no Security, that it is Folly to pretend to arm ourfelves againft the Accidents or Cafualties of Life by heaping up Treafures, which nothing can protect us againft but the good Providence and Care of our heavenly Father. In this Point all the Circumftances of the Parable meet : The rich...
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Essays on Rhetoric: Abridged Chiefly from Dr. Blair's Lectures on that Science

Hugh Blair - English language - 1784 - 237 pages
...paflage in Bifhop Sherlock's Sermons (vol. 2. ferm. 15) will exemplify thefe obferyations : " It is folly to pretend to " arm ourfelves againft the accidents...heaping up treafures, *' which nothing can protect us agamfl, *c but the good providence of pur *' Heavenly Father." Which always refers grammatically to...
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Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres, Volume 1

Hugh Blair - English language - 1793
...iermons (Vol. II. Serm. 15".) is ftill more cenfurable : " It is folly ** to pretend to arm ourielves againft the accidents ** of life, by heaping up treafures, which nothing '* can profecl: us ag-iinft, but the good providence ** of our Heavenly Father." ffffrich, always refers grammatically...
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Essays on rhetoric: abridged chiefly from dr. Blair's lectures on that science

Hugh Blair - English language - 1801 - 348 pages
...2. ferm. 15) will exemplify thefe obfervations : " It is folly to pretend to arm ourfelves againfl " the accidents of life, by heaping up treafures, which " nothing can protect us againfl, but the good provi" dence of our Heavenly Father." Wbich always refers grammatically to the...
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Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres, Volume 1

Hugh Blair - English language - 1802
...following paflage in Bifhop Sherlock's Sermons (Vol. II. Serin. 15.) 5s ftill more eenfurable : " It is " folly to pretend to arm ourfelves againft the accidents...protect us againft, " " but the good providence of our heavenly Father." always refers grammatically to the immediately preceding flantive, which here is,...
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English Grammar, Adapted to the Different Classes of Learners: With an ...

Lindley Murray - English language - 1805 - 328 pages
...our countrymen, who did not practife it," &c. The following paflage is ftill more cenfurable. " It is folly to pretend to arm ourfelves againft the accidents...of life, by heaping up treafures, which nothing can proteft us againft, but the good providence of our Creator." Which always refers grammatically to the...
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An Abridgment of Lectures on Rhetoric

Hugh Blair - English language - 1805 - 295 pages
...BiQiop Sherlock's Sermons will exemplify thefe obfervations : " It is folly to pretend to arm ourfelyes againft " the accidents of life, by heaping up treafures which " nothing can protecl us agaiaft, but the good provi" dence of our heavenly Father.'* Which grammatically refers...
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Discourses Preached at the Temple Church, and on Several Occasions: To which ...

Thomas Sherlock - Sermons, English - 1812
...wealth is no fecurity, that it is folly to pretend to arm ourfelves againft the accidents or cafualties of life by heaping up treafures, which nothing can protect us againft but the good providence and care of our heavenly Father. In this point all the circumftances of the parable meet : the rich...
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Discourses preached at the Temple church, and on several occasions. To which ...

Thomas Sherlock (bp. of London.) - 1812
...wealth is no fecurity, that it is folly to pretend to arm ourfelves againft the accidents or cafualties of life by heaping up treafures, which nothing can protect us againft but the good providence and care of our heavenly Father. In this point all the circumftances of the parable meet : the rich...
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