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" Men are impatient, and for precipitating things : but the Author of nature appears deliberate throughout his operations; accomplishing his natural ends, by slow successive steps. "
Cottage Gardener and Country Gentleman's Companion - Page 197
1854
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The ancient Romans. A new ed. 2 v

Samuel Eliot - Constitutional history - 1853
...increased with the deliverance of the Christians from the Heathen law. CHAPTER V. CHRISTIAN COMMUNITIES. " There is a plan of things beforehand laid out, which,...systems of means, as well as length of time, in order to the carrying on its several parts into execution." BUTLER, Analogy of Religion, Part n. ch. 4. THE...
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The ancient Romans (2 v.)

Samuel Eliot - Church history - 1853
...increased with the deliverance of the Christians from the Heathen law. CHAPTER V. CHRISTIAN COMMUNITIES. " There is a plan of things beforehand laid out, which,...systems of means, as well as length of time, in order to the carrying on its several parts into execution." BcTLEn, Analogy of Religion, Part n. ch. 4. THE...
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History of Liberty ...

Samuel Eliot - Church history - 1853
...deliverance of the Christians from the Heathen law. CHAPTER V. CHRISTIAN COMMUNITIES. " There* is a ptan of things beforehand laid out, which, from the nature of it, requires various systems of means, as welt as length of time, in order to the carrying on its several parts into execution." BCTLER, Analogy...
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The Analogy of Religion, to the Constitution and Course of Nature

Joseph Butler (Bp. of Durham) - 1857
...attaining to another succeeding one : infancy to childhood; childhood to youth; youth to mature age. Men are impatient, aud for precipitating things: but...accomplishing his natural ends by slow successive steps.0 And there is a plan of things beforehand laid out, which, from the nature of it, requires various...
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1857
...succeeding one : Infancy to childhood , childhood to youth ; youth to mature age. Men are impatient, and for precipitating things : but the Author of nature...accomplishing his natural ends by slow successive steps. And theie is a plan of things beforehand laid out, which, from the nature of it, requires various systems...
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The analogy of religion, natural and revealed, to the constitution and ...

Joseph Butler (bp. of Durham.) - 1857
...fucceeding one : infancy to childhood ; childhood to youth ; youth to mature age. Men are impatient and for precipitating things ; but the Author of nature appears deliberate throughout his operations, accomplifhing his natural ends by flow fucceflive fteps. And there is a plan of things beforehand laid...
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The Cornhill Magazine

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - England - 1870
...succeeding one ; infancy to childhood, childhood to youth, youth to mature age. Men are impatient, and for precipitating things ; but the author of nature...accomplishing his natural. ends by slow successive steps. Thus, in the daily course of natural providence, God operates in the very same manner as in the dispensation...
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The analogy of religion, natural and revealed, to the constitution and ...

Joseph Butler (bp. of Durham.) - 1860
...are impatient, and for precipitating things : but the Author CHAP. IV.] IN NATURE AS IN REDEMPTION. of Nature appears deliberate throughout his operations...accomplishing his natural ends by slow successive steps1. And there is a plan of things beforehand laid out, which, from the nature of it, requires various...
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The Analogy of Religion

Joseph Butler - 1860
...succeeding one : Infancy to childhood; childhood to youth; youth to mature age. Men are impatient, and for precipitating things ; but the Author of Nature appears deliberate throughout his operations; accom. plishing his natural ends by slow successive steps.* And there is a plan of things beforehand...
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Many thoughts of many minds. Compiled by H. Southgate

Henry Southgate - 1862
...accom; 'ishing His natural eude by slow, successive '-•-pa. And there is a plan of things beforehied laid out, which, from the nature of it, requires various systems of means, as well as .tsgth of time, in order to the carrying on its avérai parts into operation — making one thing subservient...
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