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" These are, O Lord, the humble desires of my most reasonable ambition, and all I dare call happiness on earth; wherein I set no rule or limit to Thy hand or providence. Dispose of me according to the wisdom of Thy pleasure: Thy will be done, though in... "
Edinburgh Medical Journal - Page 376
1905
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The Harvard Classics, Volume 3

Literature - 1909 - 378 pages
...Tiresome repetition." apparition, or neat delusion, wherein there is no more of Happiness than the name. Bless me in this life with but peace of my Conscience, command of my affections, the love of Thy self and my dearest friends, and I shall be happy enough to pity Csesar. These are, O LORD, the...
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Miscellaneous Works of Sir Thomas Browne: With Some Account of the Author ...

Sir Thomas Browne - Christian ethics - 1831 - 348 pages
...or Malizspini, an apparition or neat delusion, wherein there is no more of happiness than the name. Bless me in this life with but peace of my conscience,...dearest friends, and I shall be happy enough to pity Caesar. These are, O Lord, the humble desires of my most reasonable ambition, and all I dare call happiness...
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THE PHRENOLOGICAL MAGAZINE: A JOURNAL OF EDUCATION AND MENTAL SCIENCE.

ALFRED T. STORY - 1882 - 544 pages
...'mid the throng We passed, with courage calm and strong, Knowing that life had now no smart. C. NORTH. BLESS me in this life with but peace of my conscience,...command of my affections, the love of Thyself and of mankind, and I shall be happy. I envy no- man that knows more than myself, but pity them that know...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 2; Volume 66

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - English literature - 1836 - 788 pages
...euougl to vindicate him from the absurd imputation of ' atheism.' ' Bless me in this life but with the peace of my conscience, command of my affections, the love of thyself and my dearest friends, and I »ha3 be happy enough to pity Caesar ! These are, O Lord, the humble desires of my most reasonable...
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