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" Nor was there any lamentation made under these calamitiess nor were heard any mournful complaints ; but the famine confounded all natural passions : for those who were just going to die looked upon those that were gone to their rest before them with dry... "
The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus: Containing three books of the Jewish ... - Page 62
by Flavius Josephus - 1824
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1821
...that fatal hour was come. Nor was there any lamentation made under these calamities, nor were there any mournful complaints ; but the famine confounded...their rest before them with dry eyes and open mouths. When there were too many dead bodies to be buried, they were cast from the walls to the valleys beneath....
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The Genuine Works of Flavius Josephus, the Jewish Historian ..., Volume 4

Flavius Josephus - 1824
...coffins before that fatal ' hour was come. Nor was there any lamentation made under these calamities ; nor were heard any mournful complaints. But the famine...mouths. A deep silence also, and a kind of deadly gloom, had seized upon the city. While yet the robbers were still more terrible than these miseries...
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The Works of Josephus--: Containing Twenty Books of the Jewish ..., Volume 2

Flavius Josephus - 1825
...were heard any mournful complaints ; but the famine confounded all natur» passions ; for those that were just going to die looked upon those that were...seized upon the city ; while yet the robbers were atill more terrible than these miseries were themselves; lor they brake open thoea houses which were...
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The Works of Flavius Josephus ...: To which are Added, Three ..., Volume 4

Flavius Josephus - 1825
...coffins before that fatal hour was come. Nor was there any lamentations made under these calamities, nor were heard any mournful complaints ; but the famine confounded all natural passions; for those that Were just going to die looked upon those that were gone to their rest before them with dry eyes...
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The Messiah: A Poem in Six Books

Robert Montgomery - 1832 - 300 pages
...calamities, nor were heard any mournful complaints ; those who were just going to die looked upon those who •were gone to their rest before them with dry eyes and open mouths. A deep silence olio, and a kind of deadly night, had seized upon the city ; while the robbers were yet more terrible...
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The Messiah, a poem

1832
...calamities, nor were heard any mournful complaints ; those who were just going to die looked upon those who were gone to their rest before them with dry eyes and open mouths. A dcrp ailencc ../'..., und a hind of desullg night, had iriznl upon the eitg; while the robbers were...
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The Messiah, a poem

Robert Montgomery - 1832
...calamities, nor were heard any mournful complaints ; those who were just going to die looked upon those who were gone to their rest before them -with dry eyes and open mouths. .1 deep silence also, and a kind of deadly night, had seized upon the city ; while the robbers were...
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Publications, Issue 61

Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication - 1840
...children. "Nor," says the Jewish historian, "were there any lamentations made under these calamitiesj nor were heard any mournful complaints, but the famine...While yet the robbers were still more terrible than were these miseries themselves ; for they brake open those houses which were no other than the graves...
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A Course of Lectures on the Jews

Church of Scotland. General Assembly. Committee on the conversion of the Jews - 1840 - 499 pages
...children. "Nor," says the Jewish historian, "were there any lamentations made under these calamities, nor were heard any mournful complaints, but the famine...While yet the robbers were still more terrible than were these miseries themselves ; for they brake open those houses which were no other than the graves...
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The Plain Guide to Universalism: Designed to Lead Inquirers to the Belief of ...

Thomas Whittemore - 1840 - 408 pages
...coffins before that fatal hour was come. Nor were there any lamentations made under these calamities, nor were heard any mournful complaints ; but the famine...to their rest before them, with dry eyes and open mouth. A. deep silence also, and a kind of deadly night, had seizedl upon the city ; while yet the...
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