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" Could we but go among Tartarians, Turks, and heathens, and speak their language, I should be but -little troubled for the silencing of eighteen hundred ministers at once in England, nor for all the rest that were cast out here, and in Scotland and Ireland... "
The Shropshire gazetteer - Page 475
by Shropshire gazetteer - 1824
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Henry Wotton. Nicholas Ferrar. Bishop Hall. Henry Hammond. Bishop Sanderson ...

1810 - 618 pages
...nations of the world. Could we but go among Tartariaus, Turks, and Heathens, and speak their language, I should be but little troubled for the silencing of...England, nor for all the rest that were cast out here, ami in Scotland and Ireland ; there being no employment in the world ,so desirable in my eyes, as to...
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The Christian Herald and Seaman's Magazine, Volume 8

1821 - 740 pages
...Could we but go," he remarks, '• among Tartarians, Turks, and Heathens, and speak their language, I should be but little troubled for the silencing of...eighteen hundred ministers at once in England; nor for the rest that were cast out here, and in Scotland and Ireland ; there being no employment in the world...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1822 - 872 pages
...Could we but go," he remarks, " among Tartarians, Turks, and Heathens, and speak their language, I should be but little troubled for the silencing of...eighteen hundred ministers at once in England ; nor for the rest that were cast out here, and in Scotland and Ireland; there being no employment in the world...
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Missionary Register

1823 - 610 pages
...the nations of the world. Could •we but go among Turks and Heathens, and speak their language, I should be but little troubled for the silencing of...in England, nor for all the rest that were cast out in Scotland and Ireland ; there being no employment in the world so desirable in my eyes, as to labour...
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The Practical Works of Richard Baxter: with a Life of the Author and a ...

Richard Baxter - 1830 - 868 pages
...nations of the world. Could we but go among Tartars, Turks, and heathens, and speak their language, I should be but little troubled for the silencing of...miserable souls ; which maketh me greatly honour Mr. John Elliot, the apostle of the Indians in New England, and whoever else have laboured in such work. " I...
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The Life and Times of Richard Baxter: With a Critical Examination ..., Volume 1

William Orme - 1830 - 538 pages
...nations of the world. Could we but go among Tartars, Turks, and heathens, and speak their language, I should be but little troubled for the silencing of...miserable souls; which maketh me greatly honour Mr. John Elliot, the apostle of the Indians in New England, and whoever else have laboured in such work. " I...
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The Life & Times of the Rev. Richard Baxter, Volume 1

William Orme - 1831 - 372 pages
...nations of the world. Could we but go among Tartars, Turks, and heathens, and speak their language, I should be but little troubled for the silencing of...employment in the world so desirable in my eyes as to labor for the winning of such miserable souls; which maketh me greatly honor Mr. John Elliot, the apostle...
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Select Practical Writings of Richard Baxter: With a Life of the Author, Volume 1

Richard Baxter - 1831 - 638 pages
...nations of the world. Could we but go among Tartars, Turks, and heathens, and speak their language, I should be but little troubled for the silencing of...rest that were cast out here, and in Scotland, and in Ireland ; there being no employment in the world so desirable in my eyes as to labor for the winning...
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The Spirit of the Pilgrims, Volume 5

1832 - 736 pages
...which keepeth out tho Gospel from most of the nations of the world. Could we but go among Tartars, Turks, and heathens, and speak their language, 1 should...Scotland, and Ireland ; there being no employment in the woild so desirable in my eyes as to labor for the winning of such miserable souls ; which makcth me...
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Methodist Magazine and Quarterly Review, Volume 4; Volume 15

1833 - 516 pages
...nations of the world. Could we but go among Tartars, Turks, and heathens, and speak their language, I should be but little troubled for the silencing of...employment in the world so desirable in my eyes as to labor for the winning of such miserable souls ; which maketh me greatly honor Mr. John Eliot, the apostle...
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