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" The Briton separated from our world, if he has made any progress in religion, leaving the setting sun, seeks a place known to him only by report and the mention of it in Scripture. "
Lives of the English Saints - Página 27
por John Henry Newman - 1845
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen190

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1899
...pilgrims. Paula, the companion of Jerome, tells us how the foremost men of all nations came thither : — ' The Briton, separated from our world, if he has made any progress in religion, leaves the setting sun, and seeks a place known to him only by fame and the narrative of the Scriptures....
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British Monachism: Or, Manners and Customs of the Monks and Nuns of England

Thomas Dudley Fosbroke - 1843 - 451 páginas
...this immortal woman." Jerom, writing in the name of Paula and Eustochius, says, " The Briton, divided from our world, if he has made any progress in Religion, leaving the West, seeks a place known only to them by fame, and the relation of the Scriptures;" and a little after,...
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Lives of the English saints [ed. by J. H. Newman

John Henry Newman (card) - 1845
...sound is gone out into all lands, and their words into the ends of the world.' Go to the Indians," ho says, "on whom the rising sun first looks ; to the...prevalence of error. Their tone would rather lead us to 1 Ep. ad. Marc. torn. 4. p. 2. 441, Ed. Ben. There are several other passages in Jerome to the same...
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The life of the blessed virgin Mary, with the history of the devotion to her ...

1864
...whole world : Jerusalem is full of men of every nation. Every Gaul cf distinction comes to Jerusalem. The Briton, separated from our world, if he has made any progress in religion, leaves his pale sun in search of a land which he knows only by name, and by the testimony of the scriptures....
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The Twentieth Century, Volumen55

1904
...religion is one. There are almost as many choirs of psalm-singers as there are different nations.' " ' The Briton, separated from our world, if he has made any progress in religion, We now come to Etheria's account of Sunday, which I give in her own words : On the seventh, that is,...
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Inner Jerusalem

Ada Goodrich-Freer - 1904 - 388 páginas
...who followed St. Jerome, and who writes to her friend, Marcella, about 390 AD : " The Briton, when separated from our world, if he has made any progress in religion, leaves the setting sun and seeks a place known to him only by fame and the narrative of the Scriptures...
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The Coming of the Saints

John William Taylor - 1906 - 326 páginas
...See Letter from Paula and Eustochium " ad Marcellam " (Palestine Pilgrims Text Society, vol. i.). " The Briton separated from our world, if he has made any progress in religion, leaves the setting sun and seeks a place known to him only by fame and the narrative of the Scriptures."...
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The Twentieth Century, Volumen55

1904
...religion is one. There are almost a* many choirs of psalm-singers as there are different nations.' 11 ' The Briton, separated from our world, if he has made any progress in religion. We now come to Etheria's account of Sunday, which I give in her own words : On the seventh, that is,...
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