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Page 73 - And the first beast was like a lion, and the second beast like a calf, and the third beast had a face as a man, and the fourth beast was like a flying eagle. 8. And the four beasts had each of them six wings about him...
Page 546 - D'Alva coming into the Netherlands with 10,000 veteran soldiers, the trading people of the town and country withdrew from the provinces in such vast numbers, that the Duchess of Parma, the Governess, wrote to Philip II., that in a few days above 100,000 men had left the country with their money and goods, and that more were following every day.
Page 539 - And Samson said, With the jawbone of an ass, heaps upon heaps, with the jaw of an ass have I slain a thousand men.
Page 64 - And he asked for a writing table, and wrote, saying, His name is John.
Page 544 - West part whereof, being spacious and lightsome, for many years hath been the strangers' church : A congregation for the most part of distressed Exiles, grown so great, and yet daily multiplying, that the place in short time is likely to prove a Hive too little to contain such a Swarm.
Page 161 - As I was walking in the orchard at Bromley, meditating on something I intended to preach the next day, I saw a coach and four horses stop at the outer gate, out of which two persons alighted; I immediately went towards them, believing they were some of my friends.
Page 156 - A few years ago a window was discovered over the west door having a very depressed arch, but mouldings deeply cut, and apparently also like those of the east window, of which Sir Stephen Glynne remarks: — 'The arch is large, and supported within by shafts apparently curly curvilinear; the mouldings are bold and good, but the tracery is gone and the greater part walled up.
Page xii - The affairs of the Society shall be conducted by a Council, consisting of the President, two or more Vice-Presidents, Honorary Treasurer, Secretary, and not more than twenty-one elected Members of the Society.