Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen127

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William Blackwood, 1880
 

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Página 95 - P. May the Almighty and merciful Lord grant us pardon, absolution, and remission of our sins.
Página 95 - And all Priests and Deacons are to say daily the Morning and Evening Prayer, either privately or openly, not being let by sickness or some other urgent cause.
Página 94 - the light to lighten the Gentiles, and the glory of his people Israel.
Página 508 - ... he misapprehended them, — that the United States Government must be fully aware that the British Government could not allow its flag to be insulted, and the security of her mail communications to be placed in jeopardy ; and Her Majesty's Government are unwilling to believe that the United States Government intended wantonly to put an insult upon this country, and to add to their many distressing complications by forcing a question of dispute upon us, and that we are therefore glad to believe...

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