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" And when he came to that word, 'do not forsake us,* he burst into tears, and wept much, and an hour after he began to repeat what he had commenced, and we, hearing it, mourned with him. By turns we read, and by turns we wept, nay, we wept always whilst... "
The Complete Works of Venerable Bede: Life, poems, letters, etc - Page lxxxi
by Saint Bede (the Venerable) - 1843
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The Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation: From the Coming of Julius ...

Saint Bede (the Venerable) - 1723 - 479 pages
..." much, and an Hour after he began to repeat v what he had commenc'd, and we hearing it, ** griev'd with him. By turns we read, and by »* turns we wept, nay, we always read with *' Tears. In fuch Joy we led thfrDaysof Lentt *e tili.the aforefaid Day ,• and he...
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The baptist Magazine

1877
...we hearing it mourned with him. By turns we read, and by turns we wept ; nay, wo wept always while we read. In such joy we passed the days of Lent till...rejoiced much and gave God thanks because he had been counted worthy to be so weakened. He often repeated that "God scourgeth every son whom He receiveth;"...
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Horæ Britannicæ; or, Studies in ancient British history, Volume 2

John Hughes - 1819
...tears, and wept much ; and, when in an hour after he began to repeat what he had commenced, we wept with him : by turns we read, and by turns we wept ; nay, we always read with tears. He often said and repeated, That God scourges every son whom he receiveth ;...
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The Christian Journal, and Literary Register, Volume 3

1819
...tears, and wept much; and, when in an hour after he began to repeat what he had commenced, we wept with him ; by turns we read, and by turns we wept ; nay, we always read with tears. He often said and repeated, That God scourges every son whom he receiveth;...
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The Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs, and Other Principal Saints, Volume 5

Alban Butler - 1845
...; and an hour after he began to repeat the same anthem he had commenced, and we hearing it, grieved with him. By turns we read, and by turns we wept ; nay, we always wept even when we read. In such joy we passed the fifty days, and he rejoiced much, and gave...
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Hogg's Weekly Instructor, Volumes 3-4

1846
...the day, he spent in singing psalms ; he also passed all the night awake, in joy and thanksgiving. By turns we read, and by turns we wept — nay. we...whilst we read. In such joy we passed the days of Lent, until the Tuesday before the Ascension of our Lord came, •when he began to suffer still more in his...
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Cheering words, Volume 9

1859
...came to that part, ' Do not forsake us,' he burst into tears and wept much, and an hour afterwards he began to repeat what he had commenced, and we,...wept, nay, we wept always whilst we read. In such joys we passed the days till the aforesaid day ; and he rejoiced much and gave God thanks, because...
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The R.I. Schoolmaster, Volume 7

1861
...love for Bede, if one о them, in his account of that event, could say of it in behalf of them all, " By turns we read, and by turns we wept, nay, we wept always while we read.' Within the walls of the same monastic house where he had so long labored and prayed,...
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Sketches of Christian life in England in the olden time, by the author of ...

Elizabeth Charles - 1864
...he came to that word, " Forsake us not," he burst into tears and wept much; and an hour afterwards he began to repeat what he had commenced, and we hearing...we read, and by turns we wept; nay, we wept always while we read. In such joy we passed the days of Lent till the aforesaid day, and he rejoiced much...
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The Early Dawn: Or, Sketches of Christian Life in England in the Olden Time

Elizabeth Rundle Charles, Henry Boynton Smith - 1864 - 397 pages
...he came to that word, " Forsake us not," he burst into tears and wept much, and an hour afterwards he began to repeat what he had commenced, and we hearing...we read, and by turns we wept ; nay, we wept always while we read. In such joy we passed the days of Lent till the aforesaid day, and he rejoiced much...
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