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" ... demanded of me where Jehovah lived ; I pointed to the Heavens, — he said he did not believe it. "
A Voyage Round the World: In the Years 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803, and 1804, in ... - Page 5
by John Turnbull - 1805
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The Annual Review and History of Literature, Volume 4

Books - 1806
...worse. Edeah was looking on, will» a kind of haughty and disdainful indifference. It was all huvery or falsehood, adding, they would not believe unless...and observed, we could bring down the sun and moon bv means of our quadrant, why could we not bring down our Saviour by similar meaos!" The Missionaries...
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of Foreign Magazines, Volume 3

Enos Bronson - Literature, Modern - 1810
...indifference. It was all ha•very or falsehood, they said; they would not believe unless they could see. We could bring down the sun and moon by means of our...could we not bring down our Saviour by similar means?" The brethren complain, that they find it impossible to make them sensible of their souls' value, or...
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A Compendious History of the Principal Protestant Missions to the ..., Volume 2

Eleazar Lord - Missions - 1813
...Edeah (the queen) was looking on, with a kind of haughty and disdainful indifference. It was all Aavery or falsehood; adding, they would not believe unless...means of our quadrant; why could we not bring down our Savior by similar means? " 'Most of the Missionaries had made great advances in the Taheitau language;...
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The South Sea islander: containing many interesting facts relative to the ...

Religion - 1820 - 175 pages
...worse. Eddea was looking on, with a kind of haughty and disdainful indifference. It was all bavery or falsehood, adding, they would not believe unless...means of our quadrant ; why could we not bring down the Saviour by similar means." Pomarre he states to have been six feet four inches in height, remarkably...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 2

1809
...indifference. It was all havery or falsehood, they said — they would not believe unless they could see. We could bring down the sun and moon by means of our quadrant, — why could we not brmg down our Saviour by similar means ?' The brethren complain that they find it impossible to make...
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Voyages Round the World, from the Death of Captain Cook to the Present Time ...

Explorers - 1843 - 448 pages
...a haughty and disdainful indifference. They repeated it was all "havery" or falsehood ; adding that they would not believe unless they could see ; " and...means of our quadrant, why could we not bring down the Redeemer by a similar operation V Viewed in the light of a mercantile speculation, the voyage of...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 2

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - 1809
...indifference. It was all havery or falsehood, they said — they would not believe unless they could see. We could bring down the sun and moon by means of our...could we not bring down our Saviour by similar means ?' The brethren complain that they find it impossible to make them sensible of their souls value, or...
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