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" A greater number of God's creatures believe in Mohammed's word at this hour than in any other word whatever. Are we to suppose that it was a miserable piece of spiritual legerdemain, this which so many creatures of the Almighty have lived by and died... "
Sacred Books of the East: Comprising the Vedic Hymns, Zend-Avesta ... - Page 181
by Epiphanius Wilson - 1900 - 457 pages
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 85

1859 - 932 pages
...prophet ; the proof of which is that nis word has endured so long. " Are we to suppose," he asks, " that it was a miserable piece of spiritual legerdemain,...creatures of the Almighty have lived by and died by ? I will Believe most things sooner than that. One would be entirely at a loss what to think of this world...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 6

Christianity - 1843 - 750 pages
...eighty millions were made by God as well as we. A greater number of God's creatures believe in Mahomet's word at this hour than in any other word whatever....spiritual legerdemain, this which so many creatures have lived and died by if I, for mv part, cannot form any such supposition. I will believe most things...
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Tait's Edinburgh magazine, Volume 8

1841 - 832 pages
...eighty millions were made by God as well as we. A greater number of God's creatures believe in Mahomet's word at this hour than in any other word whatever....part, cannot form any such supposition. I will believe moat things sooner than that. One would be entirely at a loss what to think of this world at all, if...
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A System of English Grammar

Charles Walker Connon - 1845 - 176 pages
...offering. — Hume. 6. But intellectual movement in itself is a thing which few care for. — Arnold. 7. Are we to suppose that it was a miserable piece of...creatures of the Almighty have lived by and died by \—Carlyle. 8. I never saw the hard rock yet tltnt some green flowery thing would not grow upon. —...
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English grammar and composition

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1853 - 196 pages
...in itself is a thing which few care for. — ARNoLD. Are we to suppose that it was a miserable picce of spiritual legerdemain, this which so many creatures of the Almighty have lived by and dicd by ? — CARLYLE. Run to your houses, fall upon your knces. — SHAKS. By gesture, look, or smile....
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On Heroes, Hero-worship and the Heroic in History: Six Lectures, Reported ...

Thomas Carlyle - 1857 - 238 pages
...eighty millions were made by God as well as we. A greater number of God's creatures believe in Mahomet's word, at this hour, than in any other word whatever....this which so many creatures of the Almighty have lived-by and died by? I, for my part, cannot form any such supposition. I will believe most things...
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On Heroes, Hero-worship, and the Heroic in History

Thomas Carlyle - Hero worship - 1859 - 222 pages
...eighty millions were made by God as well as we. A greater number of God's creatures believe in Mahomet's word, at this hour, than in any other word whatever....spiritual legerdemain, this which so many creatures of tho Almighty have lived by and died by ? I. for my part, cannot form any such supposition. I will believe...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 85

Scotland - 1859 - 910 pages
...prophet ; the proof of which is that his word has endured so long. " Are wo to suppose," he asks, " that it was a miserable piece of spiritual legerdemain,...creatures of the Almighty have lived by and died by ? I will believe most things sooner than that. One would be entirely at a loss what to think of this world...
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The Utah Magazine: The Home of the People Devoted to Literature ..., Volumes 1-2

E. L. T. Harrison, W. S. Godby - 1868 - 644 pages
...working out one of the world-issues seems to be Mr. Carlyle's opinion. "Are we to suppose,"' he asks, "that it was a miserable piece of spiritual legerdemain,...creatures of the Almighty have lived by and died? I, for my part, can not form any^such supposition. I will believe most things sooner than that. One...
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The Utah Magazine: The Home of the People Devoted to Literature ..., Volume 3

E. L. T. Harrison, W. S. Godby - 1869 - 652 pages
...legerdemain, this, which so many creatures of the Almighty have lived by and died? I, for my part, can not form any such supposition. I will believe most things...would be entirely at a loss what to think of this great world at all, if quackery so grew and were sanctioned here." Accordingly, lie holds that Mohammed's...
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