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" What is the case of Doctor Kirwan ? That man preferred this country and our religion, and brought to both a genius superior to what he found in either ; he called forth the latent virtues of the human heart, and taught men to discover in themselves a... "
A Summary of the History of the English Church and of the Sects which Have ... - Page 491
by Johnson Grant - 1820
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 38

1814
...preferred eur country and our religion, and brought to both, genius superior to what hefoundin either. He called forth the latent virtues of the Human Heart,...and taught men to discover in themselves a mine of charily, of which the Proprietors had been unconscious. He came to interrupt the repose of the pulpit,...
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The Analectic Magazine, Volume 4

1814
...preferred our country and our religion, and brougit to both genius superior to what he found in either. He called forth the latent virtues of the human heart,...He came to interrupt the repose of the pulpit, and bhakes one world with the thunder of the other. The preacher's desk becomes the throae of light. Round...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volume 11

1814
...preferred our country and our religion, and brought to both genius superior to whathe found in either. He called forth the latent virtues of the human heart,...mine of charity, of which the proprietors had been unconsr iouğ. In feeding the lamp of charity, he has almost exhausted the lamp of life. He came to...
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Sermons...: With a sketch of his life

Walter Blake Kirwan - Religion - 1816 - 316 pages
...preferred our country and "our religion, and brought to both genius superior "to what he found in either. He called forth the " latent virtues of the human heart, and taught .men ( Mto discover in themselves a mine of charity, of " which the proprietors had been unconscious. IB...
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A Practical Essay on Chemical Re-agents, Or Tests: Illustrated by a Series ...

Friedrich Christian Accum - Chemical tests and reagents - 1817 - 228 pages
...K1KWAN, Dean of Killahi. With a sketch of his Life. In 8vo. Price l~5 cents, boards. " Dr. Kit.wan called forth the latent virtues of the human heart,...charity, of which the proprietors had been unconscious. He came to interrupt the repose of the pulpit, and shakes one world with the thunder of the other....
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The lament of the Emerald isle

Charles Phillips - 1818
...preached in the wilderness ! " He called forth," said Mr. Grattan in the Irish House of Commons, " the latent virtues of the human " heart, and taught..." unconscious : in feeding the lamp of charity he ex" hausted the lamp of life. He comes to interrupt the " repose of the pulpit, and shakes one world...
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Narrative of a Voyage, in His Majesty's Late Ship Alceste to the Yellow Sea ...

John M'Leod - China - 1818 - 160 pages
...BLAKE K1RWAN, Dean of Killala. With a sketch of his Life. In 8vo Price 175 cents, hoards. " Dr. Kirwan called forth the latent virtues of the human heart,...charity, of which the proprietors had been unconscious. He came to interrupt the repose of the pulpit, and shakes one world with the thunder of the other....
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The lament of the Emerald isle

Charles Phillips - 1818
...proprietors had been " unconscious: in feeding the lamp of charity he ex" hausted the lamp of life. He comes to interrupt the " repose of the pulpit, and shakes one world with the " thunder of another. The preacher's desk becomes " a throne of light. Around him a train, not such as u crouch...
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Specimens of Irish Eloquence: Now First Arranged and Collected, with ...

Charles Phillips - English prose literature - 1819 - 435 pages
...that it is become a bird it must break the shell or perish. CHARACTER OF MR KIRWAN THE IRISH PREACHER. HE called forth the latent virtues of the human heart,...been unconscious — in feeding the lamp of charity, be exhausted the lamp of life. He comes to interrupt the repose of the pulpit, and shakes one 'World...
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The Literary Panorama and National Register, Volume 9

English literature - 1819
...preferred our country, and our religion, and brought to both genius superior to what he found in either. He called forth the latent virtues of the human heart, and taught men to discover a mine of charity in themselves, of which the owners were unconscious. He came to interrupt the repose...
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