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" ... not an open enemy, that hath done me this dishonour : for then I could have borne it. "
Walton's Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Richard Hooker, George ... - Page 193
by Izaak Walton, Thomas Zouch - 1865 - 386 pages
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The Church of England magazine [afterw.] The Church of ..., Volumes 32-33

1852
...hid myself from him. But it was even thou, my companion, my friend, and mine own familiar friend. We took sweet counsel together ; and walked in the house of God as friends. Yea, even mine own familiar friend, whom I trusted, who did also eat of my bread, hath laid great wait...
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Jerningham; Or, The Inconsistent Man ...

Sir John William Kaye - 1836 - 978 pages
...have hid myself from him ; but it was even my companion, my guide, and mine own familiar friend. We took sweet counsel together, and walked in the house of God as friends.'* * Psalm IT. — Translation in the Vulgate. "Then I weighed the injury I had received, and it was exceeding...
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Public peace and quietness the fruits of Christian truth, a sermon

William Ainger - 1836
...hid myself from him. " But it was even thou, my companion, my guide, and my own familiar friend. " We took sweet counsel together : and walked in the house of God as friends." It was not the open Infidel — the professed Atheist — the ancient enemy of the Protestant Faith,...
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Practical theology, comprizing discourses on the liturgy and ..., Volume 2

John Jebb (bp. of Limerick.) - 1837
...care of the world, and say : " It was thou ; my companion, my guide, and mine own familiar friend ; we took sweet counsel together, and walked in the house of God, as friends." r A LETTER TO A YOUNG CLERGYMAN ON THE SUBJECT OF FASHIONABLE AMUSEMENTS. PRIVATE IMPRESSION. DUBLIN....
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The pictorial edition of the Book of common prayer. To which are added ...

Henry Stebbing - 1838 - 711 pages
...myself from him. 14 But it was even thou, my companion : my guide, and mine own familiar friend. 15 We took sweet counsel together : and walked in the house of God as friends. 16 Let death come hastily upon them, and let them go down quick into hell : for wickedness is in their...
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Practical Sermons

George Moberly - Sermons, English - 1838 - 399 pages
...known picture of a Christian friendship. " My companion, my guide, and mine own familiar friend. We took sweet counsel together, and walked in the house of God as friends." It is commonly observed, that a man may, in great measure, be judged of from his friends ; and the...
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The Church of England quarterly review, Volume 3

1838
...indeed. I might say, ' it was not an enemy who did us this dishonour,' but it was those ' with whom we took sweet counsel together, and walked in the house of God as friends.' But my prayer, my earnest prayer to God is, that they may yet consider, as far as they are concerned,...
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Ecclesiastical Biography: Or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with ..., Volume 3

Christian biography - 1839
...elemented in youth, and in an university, free from self-ends, which the friendships of ap? usually are not : and in this sweet, this blessed, this spiritual...for many years ; and as the holy prophet saith, so ///••// /•..•.•/:• sweet counsel together, and walked in the kovtt of 1 Morrison.] Or Moryson,...
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Temptation; or, A wife's perils [by C.L. Gascoigne].

Caroline Leigh Gascoigne - 1839
...beyond any other thing on earth. In youth, dearest Mary, we were every thing to each other; — ' we took sweet counsel together, and walked in the house of God as friends.' Do you remember that happy time, when every thought and feeling of the one was invariably confided...
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Pictures of the world at home and abroad, by the author of 'Tremaine'.

Robert Plumer Ward - 1839
...would have hid myself from him.' ' But it was thou, my companion and mine own familiar friend.' ' We took sweet counsel together, and walked in the house of God as friends.' ' The words of his mouth were softer than butter, having war in his heart.' ' His words were smoother...
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