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" But, grievous as it was, I should be the most ungrateful of men, if I did not ever bless God, publicly as well as in private, for the grace that delivered me, and if in doing so, I did not also give my humble thanks to Him through Jesus Christ our Lord,... "
The Epistles of Erasmus from His Earliest Letters to His Fifty-first Year ... - 第 62 頁
Desiderius Erasmus 著 - 1901
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Tales of the East: comprising the most popular romances of Oriental origin ...

East - 1812
...nearly these : " BRAVE WARRIOR, — To thy sole valour do I owe my re-establishment in my dominions ; I should be the most ungrateful of men if I did not testify my thanks in the most' lively manner. As it is not in my power to give you a recompence in...
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The Annals of Philosophy, 第 5 卷

1815
...my labours or my zeal to advance the progress of science, or to reflect any honour upon my country, I should be the most ungrateful of men if I did not acknowledge and wish it to be known that it was DAVID RitTBNHousK who enabled me to be useful." That...
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Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy ..., 第 5 卷

1815
...my labours or my zeal to advance the progress of science, or to reflect any honour upon my country, I should be the most ungrateful of men if I did not acknowledge and wish it to be known that it was DAVID RITTKNHOUSK who enabled me to be useful." That...
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Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century ..., 第 1 卷

1817
...without a superfluous word. It is a model of its kind ; and I need not add who Mr. ff^otlaston is : but I should be the most ungrateful of men, if I did not here most gratefully attest my obligations to him, for not only this character of his friend, and mine,...
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Elements of Botany: Or, Outlines of the Natural History of Vegetables

Benjamin Smith Barton, William Paul Crillon Barton - 1836 - 325 頁
...labours or my zeal, to advance the progress of science, or to reflect any honour upon1 my country, I should be the most ungrateful of men, if I did not acknowledge and wish it to be known that it was David Ritlenhouse who'enabled me to be useful.*" Towards...
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Elements of Botany: Or, Outlines of the Natural History of Vegetables

Benjamin Smith Barton, William Paul Crillon Barton - 1836 - 325 頁
...my labours or my zeal, to advance the progress of science, or to reflect any honour upon my country, I should be the most ungrateful of men, if I did not acknowledge and wish it to be known that it was David Rittenhouse who'enabled me to be useful.*" Towards...
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A letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury

Henry Phillpotts, John Bird Sumner - 1850 - 91 頁
...your Lordship what a wrench it was that broke me from the Church of Roiue. But, grievous as it was, I should be the most ungrateful of men, if I did not ever bless God, publicly as well as in private, for the grace that delivered me, and if in doing so,...
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Cases of conscience: or, Lessons in morals for the use of the laity

Pierce Connelly - 1852 - 134 頁
...your Lordship what a wrench it was that broke me from the Church of Rome. But, grievous as it was, I should be the most ungrateful of men, if I did not ever bless God, publicly as well as in private, for the grace that delivered me, and if in doing so,...
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Reasons for abjuring allegiance to the See of Rome: a letter to the Earl of ...

Pierce Connelly, Charles John Chetwynd Talbot Shrewsbury (Earl of) - 1852 - 38 頁
...than your Lordship what a wretch it was that broke me from the Church of Rome. But painful as it was, I should be the most ungrateful of men, if I did not ever bless God, publicly as well as in private, for the grace that delivered me, and if in doing so,...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 第 5 卷

1862
...path as it has done. But what I have had cannot be taken from me. Sharp as is the pang of separation, I should be the most ungrateful of men if I did not thank God for the inestimable gift of so true, so loving, so faithful a friend. Dr. WALKER spoke substantially...
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