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" ... they seldom do in a direct manner, as their object is rather to let improvements spring from their suggestions, acting on the gradually increasing light of his own mind. "
Diary of a Tour Through Southern India, Egypt, and Palestine, in the Years ... - 第 69 頁
Sir Digby Mackworth 著 - 1823 - 372 頁
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Missionary Register

1823
...does iot neglect the important work of РВПГАТЕ prayer—» par« of religious duty which teen» to have fallen into almost general and total disuse among the Syrians. Wheuever the Missionaries express а wish, be gladly accedes to it, as far at he is able.: but this...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1824
...that he docs not neglect the important work of PBIVATK prayer — a part of religious duty which seems to have fallen into almost general and total disuse...a direct manner, as their object is rather to let improvcuicnU spring from to the Syrian Christians. 617 their suggestions, acting on the gradually increasing...
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The Christian Observer, 第 23 卷

1824
...that he does not neglect the important work of FRITATE prayer — a part of religious duty which seems to have fallen into almost general and total disuse...they seldom do in a direct manner, as their object ia rather to let improvcmenU spring from to the Syrian Christians. 617 their suggestions, acting on...
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Portuguese Discoveries, Dependencies and Missions in Asia and Africa

Alexander James Donald D'Orsey - 1893 - 434 頁
...His blessing will attend their labours." In another passage he says, speaking of the Metropolitan, " Whenever the missionaries express a wish he gladly...improvements spring from their suggestions, acting on the gradually-increasing light of his own mind." . . . Major Mackworth describes his interview with the...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., 第 16 卷

1823
...that he does not neglect the important work of private prayer, a part of religious duty which seems to have fallen into almost general and total disuse...he gladly accedes to it, as far as he is able ; but i his they seldom do in a direct manner, as their object is rather to let improvements spring from...
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