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" Farewell, sun, moon, and stars ; farewell, world and time ; farewell, weak and frail body : welcome, eternity ; welcome, angels and saints ; welcome, Saviour of the world ; and welcome, God, the judge of all... "
Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: With the Suppressed Passages of the ... - Page 412
by Gilbert Burnet, Sir Thomas Burnet, Martin Joseph Routh - 1823
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The History of England, Volume 2

Thomas Keightley - Great Britain - 1840
...been executed, after undergoing with undaunted resolution the horrid torture of the boot. Maccail's last words were, "Farewell, sun, moon, and stars;...welcome, eternity ; welcome, angels and saints; welcome, Savior of the world ; and welcome, God, the judge of all." Dalziel and Drummond, two brutal soldiers...
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A Philosophical and Practical Treatise on the Will: Forming the Third Volume ...

Will - 1843 - 411 pages
...of the case, a mind in glory and a body in ruins, they are as much so as any words in all history. "Farewell, sun, moon, and stars. Farewell, kindred...Welcome, eternity. Welcome, angels and saints. Welcome, the Saviour of the world. And welcome, God, the judge of all."* 230. Subject illustrated from two...
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The Episcopal Church of Scotland: From the Reformation to the Revolution

John Parker Lawson - Reformation - 1844 - 880 pages
...exclaim under the gibbet — " Farewell, sun, moon, and stars ; farewell, world and time ; farewell, weak frail body ; welcome eternity ; welcome angels and...of the world ; and welcome God the Judge of all."* We can only deplore that so many of them sacrificed their lives in a cause for which even the Revolution...
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The Irish unitarian magazine, and Bible Christian

...actually died in an ecstacy of joy and devotion. His last words were "farewell sun, moon, and stars ; farewell, world and time ; farewell, weak and frail...of the world; and welcome God, the judge of all." 2 L Sliarpe would have destroyed them all, in detail, to gratify h malignity, had not the king written...
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Grave questions for the consideration of the government and people, of the ...

Grave questions - 1847
...saved his own life, if he would accuse any other; but they were all true to their friends. Maccoil, for all the pains of the torture, died in a rapture...voice and manner that struck all that heard it."* Such, then, were the " agents and agencies, and such the animus'' at work in the restoration of the...
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Liberty of Conscience Illustrated: And the Social Relations Sustained by ...

James William Massie - Great Britain - 1847 - 202 pages
...the iron boots as a torture, and died, notwithstanding his pains, in a rapture of joy, exclaiming, " Farewell sun, moon, and stars ; farewell kindred and...Saviour of the world, and welcome God the judge of all :" in either case the sympathy should be from the people, and the cause should be regarded as national....
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The History of England from the Invasion of Julius Csar to the ..., Volume 5

David Hume - Great Britain - 1848
...which he expired. He seemed to * !_. die in an ecstasy of joy. " Farewell, sun, moon, and 1668stars ; farewell, world, and time ; farewell, weak and frail...of the world : and welcome, God, the judge of all!" Such were his last words; and these animated speeches he uttered with an accent and manner which struck...
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Perth: Its Annals and Its Archives

David Peacock - Perth (Perthshire). - 1849 - 632 pages
...spectators into tears. He expired in a transport of joy, exclaiming, " Farewell, sun, moon, and stars; farewell, world and time ; farewell, weak and frail...eternity ; welcome angels and saints ; welcome Saviour of tho world ; and welcome God, the Judge of all ! " After this, those who superintended these executions...
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Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: From the Restoration of King ...

Gilbert Burnet - Electronic books - 1850 - 949 pages
...with great constancy : and either he could say nothing, or he had the firmness not to discover those who had trusted him. Every man of them could have...a voice and manner that struck all that heard it. His death was the more cried out on, because it came to be known afterwards, that Burnet, who had come...
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The History of England: From the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the ..., Volume 6

David Hume - Great Britain - 1851
...torture, under which he expired. He seemed to die in an ecstasy of joy. " Farewell, sun, moon, and stars; farewell, world and time; farewell, •weak" and frail...welcome, eternity ; welcome, angels and saints ; welcome, Savior of the world ; and welcome, God, the Judge of all ! " Such were his last words : and these animated...
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