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Some remarkable passages in the life of the Honourable Col. James Gardiner
1782 by Printed for J. Buckland, W. Strachan, J. and F. Rivington, S. Crowder, and T. Field in London .
Written in English
|Other titles||Life of Col. James Gardiner.|
|Statement||by P. Doddridge, D.D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, -180 [i.e. 280] p. ;|
|Number of Pages||280|
In these circumstances, it is no wonder that he was greatly delighted with Dr. For this reason, he endeavoured to appear as cheerful in conversation as he conscientiously could; though, in spite of all his precautions, some traces of that deep inward sense which he had of his guilt and misery would at times appear. London : John Murray, The chief of them was the tedious languishing illness of his afflicted lady, through whose hands it was proper the papers should pass; together with the confusion into which the rebels had thrown them when they ransacked his seat at Bankton, where most of them were deposited.
And, indeed, if as our Saviour intimates, Luke xv. London : Bell and Daldy, Circa s. Smith and Co. Thus a letter written from France on e.
Medieval and Modern History. If at any time he was obliged to go out before six in the morning, he rose proportionably sooner; so that when a journey or a march has required him to be on horseback by four, he would be at his devotions at furthest by two. Royal Edition de Luxe numbered set ; Mrs. Remarks by Mrs. He testified calmly and boldly the habitual serenity and peace which he now felt in his own breast, for the most elevated delights he did not think fit to plead, lest they should be esteemed enthusiasm, and the composure and pleasure with which he looked forward to objects which the gayest sinner must acknowledge to be equally unavoidable and dreadful. New York : Hurd and Houghton,
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The series of criminal amours in which he was almost incessantly engaged during this time, must probably have afforded some remarkable adventures and occurrences; but the memory of them has perished.
Paris : Librairie Ch. Clarke, ; Dickens, Charles. Paris: Furne et Cie. Manuel de l'Histoire de la Litterature Francaise. Attend, my soul! London: Rivingrons; Longman and Co.
But, expecting to recover, his mind was taken up with contrivances to secure his gold, of which he had a good deal about him; and he had recourse to a very odd expedient, which proved successful.
New York: Printed and Published by T. Whittingham, ; Milton, John. He therefore exerted his natural courage in a very new kind of combat, and became an open advocate for religion in all its principles, so far as he was acquainted with them, and all its precepts, relating to sobriety, righteousness, and godliness.
With life and notes by A. Firenze : Filice Le Monnier, If the letter consists but of two sentences, religion is not forgot, which doubtless deserves to be carefully remarked, as the most uncontested evidence of a pious mind, ever under the warmest impressions of divine things.
He served first as a cadet, which must have been very early; and then, at fourteen years old, he bore an ensign's commission in a Scotch regiment in the Dutch service, in which he continued till the yearwhen if my information be right he received an ensign's commission from queen Anne, which he bore in the battle of Ramillies, being then in the nineteenth year of his age.
This gave occasion for some humorous people to say, that old Louis, after all, was killed by a Briton. Works of Charles Dickens. I think it was about this time that this resolute and exemplary Christian entered upon that methodical manner of living which he pursued through so many succeeding years of life, and I believe generally, so far as the broken state of his health would allow it in his latter days, to the very end of it.
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But I cannot proceed to them without pausing to adore so illustrious an instance of the power and freedom of divine grace, and entreating my reader seriously to reflect upon it, that his own heart may be suitably affected.
The Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation.Some remarkable passages in the life of the Honourable Col. James Gardiner: who was slain at the battle of Preston-Pans, September 21, With an appendix relating to the antient family of the Munro's of Fowlis.
By P. Doddridge D.D.
Has a portrait page of Colonel Gardiner on the 2nd page. OF The Honourable. This is a miniature book published in The Ancient Family of the Monroes of Fowles. Relative atlasbowling.com Rating: % positive. Find nearly any book by Philip Doddridge (page 4). used books, rare books and new books The Christian warrior animated and crowned: a sermon occasioned by the heroick death of the Honourable Col.
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