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" If ye were permitted, I doubt not your cruelty could go that length; but how will ye answer for this morning's work?" With a countenance that belied his words, he answered, " To men I can be answerable ; and as for God, I will take him in my own hands... "
Kilsyth: A Parish History - Página 64
por Peter Anton - 1893 - 320 páginas
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Volumen83

1819
...unfeeling insult upon her husband, and which she was compelled to behold, blasphemingly replied, " To man I can be answerable, and, as for God, I will take him in my own hand." We cannot, we dare not, pursue him beyond the grave; but his journey through this...
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The Christian Advocate, Volumen12

1834
...length; but how will ye answer for this morning's work?' With a countenance that belied his words, he answered, ' To men I can be answerable, and as for God, I will take him in my own hands.' Thus saying, he hastily put spurs to his horse, and left her with the corpse. She...
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The History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland from the ..., Volumen4

Robert Wodrow - 1836
...When tears and entreaties could not prorail, and Claverhouse had shot him dead, 1 am credibly informed the widow said to him, • Well, Sir, you must give...answered, ' To men I can be answerable, and as for Cod, I'll take him into mine own hand.' 1 am well informed, that Claverhouse himgp|f frequently acknowledged...
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The Scottish Christian herald

1836
...length ; — how will ye answer for this morning's work ?' With a countenance that belied his words, he answered, ' To men I can be answerable ; and as for God, I will take Aim in my own hands :' Thus saying, he hastily put spurs to his horse, and left her with the corpse....
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Pringle

Thomas Pringle, Leitch Ritchie - 1837 - 219 páginas
...to God for what he had done. To which the hardened and remorseless villain proudly replied, To man I can be answerable ; and as for God, I will take him into my own hand. — The apologists of Claverhouse have been obliged to notice the fact of his becoming the executioner...
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The poetical works of Thomas Pringle, with a sketch of his life, by L. Ritchie

Thomas Pringle, Leitch Ritchie - 1839
...to God for what he had done. To which the hardened and remorseless villain proudly replied, To man I can be answerable ; and as for God, I will take him into my own hand. — The apologists of Claverhouse have been obliged to notice the fact of his becoming the executioner...
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The Scots worthies (embracing [part of] Naphtali [by sir J. Stewart and J ...

John Howie, James Stewart (sir.) - 1839
...length; but how will ye answer for this morning's work?" With a countenance that belied his words, he answered, " To men I can be answerable ; and as for God, I will take him in my own hands :" Thus saying, he hastily put spurs to his horse, and left her with the corpse. She...
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Sketches of Scottish Church history: embracing the period from the ...

Thomas M'Crie - 1841
...answer for this morning's work ? " " To man I can be answerable," said the remorseless Claverhouse, " and as for God, I will take him into my own hand !" He then marched away, leaving the poor widow with her husband's mangled corpse ! She set the children...
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Annals of the Persecution in Scotland: From the Restoration to the Revolution

James Aikman - 1842 - 556 páginas
...that length : — but how will ye make answer for this morning's work ?" — " To man," said he, " I can be answerable ; and as for God I will take him in my own hand," and mounting his horse, marched off with his troop. The poor woman, left with the...
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Annals of the Persecution in Scotland from the Restoration to the Revolution

James Aikman - 1842 - 556 páginas
...that length : — but how will ye make answer for this morning's work ?" — " To man," said he, " I can be answerable ; and as for God I will take him in my own hand," and mounting his horse, marched off" with his troop4 The poor woman, left with the...
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