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" Nineveh, for the destruction of the rebels whom he had condemned. The injustice of Mecca and the choice of Medina transformed the citizen into a prince, the humble preacher into the leader of armies; but his... "
The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ... - Page 26
1789
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 9

Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1789 - 399 pages
...Niniveh, for the definition of the rebels whom he had condemned. The injuftice of Mecca, and the choice of Medina, transformed the citizen into a prince ,...and the fame God who afflicts a finful world with peflilence and earthquakes , might infpire for their converfion or chaftifemcnt the valour of his fervants....
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Annual Register, Volume 30

History - 1790
...Nineveh, for the deftrudhon of the rebels whom he had condemned The injuilice of Mecca, and the choice of Medina, transformed the citizen into a prince,...example of the faints ; and the fame God who afflicts a fmful world with pellilence and earthquakes, might infpire for their converfion or challifcmcnt the...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1790
...Nineveh, for the deftruclion of the rebels whom he had condemned. The injuftice of Mecca, and the choice of Medina, transformed the citizen into a prince,...by the example of the faints ; and the fame God who afflids a iinful world with peililence and earthquakes, might infpire for their converfion orchaftifement...
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Annual Register, Volume 30

Edmund Burke - History - 1790
...Nineveh, for the deflruftion of the rebels whom he had condemned. The injuftice of Mecca, and .the choice of Medina, transformed the citizen into a prince,...by the example of the faints ; and the fame God who afflidls a finful world with peftilence and earthquakes, might infpire for their converfion or chaftifement...
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An History of the Christian Church: From the Earliest Periods to the Present ...

George Gregory - Church history - 1790
...Nineveh, for the deftruction or the rebels whom he had condemned. The injuftice of Mecca, .and the choice of Medina, transformed the citizen into a prince,...fword was confecrated by the example of the faints -r and \ the fame God who afflicts a finful world with peftilence and earthquakes, might infpire for...
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The New-York magazine; or, Literary repository, Volume 3

1792
...Nineveh, for the dcftruction o! the rebels whom he had condimncd. The injuftice of Mecca, and the choice of Medina, transformed the citizen into a prince ;...by the example of the faints ; and the fame God who afflids a finful world with peftilence and earthquakes, might infpire, for their con-;t verfion or...
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An History of the Christian Church from the Earliest Periods to ..., Volume 1

George Gregory - Church history - 1795
...Nineveh, for the defirution of the rebels whom he had condemned. The injuftice of Mecca, and the choice of Medina, transformed the citizen into a prince, the humble preacher into the leader of armies i but his fword was confecrated by the example of the faints; and the fame God who affli&s a finful...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 9

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1802
...Niniveh, for the deftru&ion of the rebels whom he had condemned. The injuftice of Mecca, and the choice of Medina, transformed the citizen , into a prince,...afflicts a finful world with peftilence and earthquakes, might infpire for their converfion or ehaftifement the valour of his fervants. In the exercife of political...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 9

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1802
...Niniveh, for the deftruftion of the rebels \vhom he had condemned. The injuftice of Mecca, and the choice of Medina, transformed the citizen into a prince,...preacher into the leader of armies ; but his fword \vas confecrated by the example of the faints ; and the fame God who afflicts a iinful world with peftilence...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 6

Edward Gibbon - Byzantine Empire - 1805
...Nineveh, for the destruction of the rebels whom he had condemned. The injustice of Mecca, and the choice of Medina, transformed the citizen into a prince, the humble preacher into the leaderof armies ; but his sword was consecrated by the example of the saints; and the same God who...
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