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The History and Topography of the Isle of Axholme: Being that Part of ... - Page 189
by William Brocklehurst Stonehouse - 1839 - 463 pages
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The Works of the Rev. John Wesley, Volume 9

John Wesley - 1811
...all to bed by eight. Then she left them in their several rooms awake : for we allowed no such thing, as sitting by a child till it fell asleep. " They...and drink what was given them, that when any of them was ill, there was no difficulty in making them take the most unpleasant medicine. This I mention,...
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Every Man's Monitor: Or, The Universal Counsellor, in Prose and Verse, Being ...

1815 - 298 pages
...supper ; at seven the maid washed them, and beginning at the youngest, she undrest and got them all to bed by eight ; at which time she left them in their...and drink what was given them, that when any of them was ill, there was no difficulty in making them take the most unpleasant medicine ; for they durst...
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The Beauties of the Rev. J. Wesley, M. A.: Containing the Most Interesting ...

John Wesley - 1817 - 252 pages
...all to bed by eight : then she left them in their several rooms awake, for we allowed no such thing as sitting by a child till it fell asleep. They were...and drink what was given them, that when any of them was ill, there was no difficul195 iy in making diem take the most unpleasant medicine. This I mention...
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Memoirs of the Wesley Family;: Collected Principally from Original Documents

Adam Clarke - 1824 - 421 pages
...supper ; at seven the maid washed them, and beginning at the youngest, she undressed and got them all to bed by eight ; at which time she left them in their...sitting by a child till it fell asleep. "They were so contantly used to eat and drink what was given them, that when any of them was ill, there was no difficulty...
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The Journal of the Rev. John Wesley, Volume 1

John Wesley - 1827
...supper; at seven, the maid washed them ; and, beginning at the youngest, she undressed and got them all to bed by eight :' at. which time she left them in their several rooms awake; for there was no Mich thing allowed of in our house, as sitting by a child till it rell asleep. " They were so constantly...
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The Works of the Rev. John Wesley, A.M.: Journals

John Wesley - 1829 - 14 pages
...supper ; at seven, the maid washed them ; and, beginning at the youngest, she undressed and got them all to bed by eight ; at which time she left them in their...and drink what was given them, that when any of them was ill, there was no difficulty in making them take the most unpleasant medicine : For they durst...
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Memoirs of the Wesley Family: Collected Principally from Original ..., Volume 2

Adam Clarke - 1836
...supper; at seven, the maid washed them, and, beginning at the youngest, she undressed and got them all to bed by eight ; at which time she left them in their...and drink what was given them, that when any of them was ill, there was no difficulty in making them take the most unpleasant medicine, for they durst not...
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The Works of the Reverend John Wesley, A.M.

John Wesley - 1840
...supper ; at seven, the maid washed them ; and, beginning at the youngest, she undressed and got them all to bed by eight; at which time she left them in their...and drink what was given them, that when any of them was ill, there was no difficulty in making them take the most unpleasant medicine: for they durst not...
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The Life of the Rev. Charles Wesley: Comprising a Review of His ..., Volume 1

Thomas Jackson - 1841 - 576 pages
...supper ; at seven, the maid washed them ; and, beginning at the youngest, she undressed and got them all to bed by eight : at which time she left them in their...and drink what was given them, that when any of them was ill, there was no difficulty in making them take the most unpleasant medicine : for they durst...
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The Life of the Rev. Charles Wesley, M.A., Some Time Student of Christ ...

Thomas Jackson - 1842 - 797 pages
...supper ; at seven, the maid washed them ; and, beginning at the youngest, she undressed and got them all to bed by eight : at which time she left them in their...our house as sitting by a child till it fell asleep. show that a person may be taught to take any thing, though it be never so much against his stomach....
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