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" The first and foremost step to all good works is the dread and fear of the Lord of heaven and earth, which through the Holy Ghost enlighteneth the blindness of our sinful hearts to tread the ways of wisdom, and lead our feet into the land of blessing. "
English Past and Present - Página 30
de Richard Chenevix Trench - 1855 - 213 páginas
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English, Past and Present: Five Lectures

Richard Chenevix Trench - 1855 - 246 páginas
...so constructed. Take for instance the following, which is only a little fragment of one of them : " The first and foremost step to all good works is the...through the Holy Ghost enlighteneth the blindness of our simple hearts to tread the ways of wisdom, and lead our feet into the land of blessing."* This is not...
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On the English Language: Past and Present

Richard Chenevix Trench - 1858 - 238 páginas
...constructed. Take, for instance, the following, which is only a little fragment of one of them : " The first and foremost step to all good works is the...of heaven and earth, which through the Holy Ghost * J. Grimm, quoted in the Philological Museum, vol. i., p. 667. cnlighteneth the blindness of our sinful...
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On the English language: past and present

Richard Chenevix Trench - 1858 - 238 páginas
...constructed. Take, for instance, the following, which is only a little fragment of one of them : " The first and foremost step to all good works is the...of heaven and earth, which through the Holy Ghost * J. Grimm, quoted in the Philological Museum, vol. i., p. 667. CONNECTING WORDS SAXON. '•>'•>...
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On the English Language, Past and Present

Richard Chenevix Trench - 1859 - 238 páginas
...Grimm, quoted in the Philological Museum, vol. i., p. G67. CONNECTING WORDS SAXON. -i cnlightencth the blindness of our sinful hearts to trea'd the ways...you at your leisure to make these two experiments. Endeavor first to compose a sentence of some length, choosing freely your subject, from which every...
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On the English Language, Past and Present

Richard Chenevix Trench - 1859 - 238 páginas
...instance, the following, which is only a little fragment of one of them : " The first and foremost step tp all good works is the dread and fear of the Lord of heaven and earth, which through the Holy Ghost * J. Grimm, quoted in the Philological Museum, vol. i., p. 667. cnlighteneth the blindness of our sinful...
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On the English Language, Past and Present

Richard Chenevix Trench - 1860 - 238 páginas
...constructed. Take, for instance, the following, which is only a little fragment of one of them : " The first and foremost step to all good works is the...of heaven and earth, which through the Holy Ghost * J. Grimm, quoted in the Philological Museum, vol. i., p. 667. enlighteneth the blindness of our sinful...
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REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, BOMBAY, FOR THE YEAR 1858-59.

EDUCATION SOCIETY'S PRESS, CULLA - 1860
...phantom; and the various meanings of—Abuse, capital, contracts. TRENCH'S ENGLISH, PAST AND PRESENT. 1. "The first and foremost step to all good works is...the dread and fear of the Lord of Heaven and Earth. " Paraphrase this, substituting words of foreign origin for the Saxon. "The ancient Persian religion...
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English, Past and Present

Richard Chenevix Trench - 1868 - 325 páginas
...little fragment of one of them : ' The * J. Grimm, quoted in The Philological Museum, vol. i. p. 667. first and foremost step to all good works is the dread...not stiffer than the ordinary English of his time. But because it is thus possible to write English, forgoing altogether the use of the Latin portion...
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English: past and present, 5 lectures

Richard Chenevix Trench (abp. of Dublin.) - 1868
...little fragment of one of them : ' The » J. Grimm, quoted in The PMological Museum, vol. i. p. 667. first and foremost step to all good works is the dread...our feet into the land of blessing.'* This is not stiff er than the ordinary English of his time. But because it is thus possible to write English, forgoing...
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English: past and present, 5 lectures

1870
...Browne has given several long paragraphs so constructed. Here is a little fragment of one of them : ' The first and foremost step to all good works is the...This is not stiffer than the ordinary English of his time.f But because it is thus possible to write English, * Works, vol. iv. p. 202. + What Ampere says...
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