The Gipsies' Advocate: Or Observations on the Origin Character, Manners and Habits of the English Gipsie's: to which are Added, Many Interesting Anecdotes, on the Success that Has Attended the Plans of Several Benevolent Individuals, who Anxiously Desire Their Conversion to God

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Lindsay, 1831 - 167 páginas
 

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Página 151 - The dying woman seemed sensible of what her daughter was saying, and her countenance was much agitated. The air was again rent with the cries of the distressed daughters. The king, full of kindness, instantly endeavoured to comfort them. He said, ' I am a minister, and God has sent me to instruct and comfort your mother...
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Página 163 - If a stranger sojourn with thee in your land, ye shall not vex him ; but the stranger that dwelleth with you, shall be as one born amongst you, and thou shalt love him as thyself.

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