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" Cambray in veneration for the archbishop. All distinctions of religion and sect, all feelings of hatred or jealousy, which divide nations, disappeared in his presence. He was often obliged to have recourse to artifice to avoid the honours, which the armies... "
Lives of the ancient philosophers - Página 20
de François de Salignac de La Mothe- Fénelon - 1825 - 284 páginas
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The Life of Fenelon, Archbishop of Cambray

Charles Butler - 1811 - 236 páginas
...distinctions of religion and sect, all feelings of hatred or jealously, which divide nations, disap. peared in his presence; He was often obliged to have recourse...exercise of his functions; and, without any other attendant, than a few ecclesiastics, he traversed the countries desolated by war. His way was marked...
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The Philological and Biographical Works of Charles Butler, Esquire, of ...

Charles Butler - 1817
...archbishop. All distinctions of religion and sect, all feelings of hatred or jealousy, which divide nations, disappeared in his presence. He was often obliged...exercise of his functions ; and, without any other attendant, than a few ecclesiastics, he traversed the countries desolated by war. His way was marked...
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The Life of Fenelon, Archbishop of Cambray: To which are Added the Lives of ...

Charles Butler - 1819 - 316 páginas
...archbishop. All distinctions of religion and sect, all feelings of hatred or jealousy, which divide nations, disappeared in his presence. He was often obliged...exercise of his functions; and, without any other attendant, than a few ecclesiastics, he traversed the countries desolated by war. His way was marked...
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The Catholic miscellany and monthly repository of information

1828
...archbishop. All distinctions of religion and sect, all feelings of hatred or jealousy, which divide nations, disappeared in his presence. He was often obliged...honours, which the armies of the enemy intended him. lie refused the military escorts which were offered him, for his personal security, in the exercise...
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The Young men's magazine

British and foreign young men's society - 1837
...>resence. He was often obliged to lave recourse to artifice to avoid the honours which the armies of :he enemy intended him. He refused the military escorts...exercise of his functions ; and without any other attendant, than a few ecclesiastics, he traversed the countries desolated by war. His way was marked...
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The United States Catholic Magazine, Volumen 2

1843
...exempted from the general ravage. Military escorts were offered him for his personal security ; indeed, he was often obliged to have recourse to artifice to avoid the honors which the armies of the enemy intended him. The military escorts he declined, and trusting to...
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1850
...hatred or jealousy, which divide nations, disappeared in his presence. He often found it difficult to avoid the honours which the armies of the enemy intended him. He refused the military escorta which were offered him for his personal security, and, without any other attendants than a...
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Fénelon, the Mystic

James Mudge - 1906 - 227 páginas
...nations, disappeared in his presence. He was often obliged to resort to artifice to avoid the honors which the armies of the enemy intended him. He refused...personal security in the exercise of his functions, and, with no other attendants than a few ecclesiastics, he traversed the countries desolated by war. His...
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