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" An't please your worship, they have convarted my wife. Till she went among them, she had such a tongue ; and now she is as quiet as a lamb.' ' Carry them back, carry them back,' replied the justice, ' and let them convert all the scolds in the town... "
The History and Topography of the Isle of Axholme: Being that Part of ... - Page 207
by William Brocklehurst Stonehouse - 1839 - 463 pages
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The Story of Methodism: Tracing the Rise and Progress of that Wonderful ...

Ammi Bradford Hyde - 1887 - 802 pages
...night." " But have they done nothing else ?" "Yes, sir," said one, "they converted my wife. Before she went among them she had such a tongue, and now she is as quiet as a lamb." "Carry them back, then, and let them convert all the scolds in town," and the parties were sent out of court. In every...
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The Story of Methodism Throughout the World: From the Beginning to the ...

Ammi Bradford Hyde - 1889 - 827 pages
...till night." "But have they done nothing else?" "Yes, sir," said one, " they converted my wife. Before she went among them she had such a tongue, and now she is as quiet as a lamb." "Carry them back, then, and let them convert all the scolds in town," and the parties were sent out of court. In every...
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My Sermon-notes: A Selection from Outlines of Discourses Delivered at the ...

Charles Haddon Spurgeon - 1891
...better than other people, and prayed from morning to night; " and another said, ' They have converted my wife. Till she went among them she had such a tongue ! and now she is as quiet as a lamb ! ' ' Take them back, take them back,' replied the justice, ' and let them convert all the scolds in...
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The Faiths of the Peoples, Volume 1

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - 1892
...justice, " have they done nothing besides ?" "Yes, sir," replied an old man who was evidently a wag ; " an't please your worship, they have convarted my wife...she went among them she had such a tongue, and now she's as quiet as a lamb." The magistrate thereupon said : " Carry them back, carry them back, and...
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Monthly Packet

1893
...' Yes, sir,' said an old man, ' they have converted my wife. Till she went among them she had suck a tongue, and now she is as quiet as a lamb.' ' Carry them back, carry them back,' exclaimed the magistrate, ' and let them convert all the scolds in the town.' The feeling of the more...
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Home Readings for All Seasons ...

1894 - 952 pages
...They pretended to be better than other people, and prayed from morning to night ; ' and another said 'They have convarted my wife. Till she went among...such a tongue ! and now she is as quiet as a lamb ! ' Take them back ! take them back ! ' replied the justice, and let them convert all the scolds...
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The Quiver

1894
...better than other people, and prayed from morning to night : ' and another said 'They have converted my wife. Till she went among them she had such a tongue ! and now she is as quiet as a lamb, .' ' Take them back ! take them back ! ' replied the justice, 'and let them convert all the scolds...
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THE STORY METHODISM

A.B. HYDE., S.T.D. - 1894
...till night." "But have they done nothing else?" "Yes, sir," said one, "they converted my wife. Before she went among them she had such a tongue, and now she is as quiet as a lamb." "Carry them back, then, and let them convert all the scolds in town," and the parties were sent out of court. In every...
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Cameos from English History

Charlotte Mary Yonge - 1899
...night. " Any more ? " asked the Justice of the Peace. "Yes, sir," said an old man, "they have converted my wife. Till she went among them she had such a tongue, and now she is as quite as a lamb." "Carry them back, carry them back," exclaimed the magistrate, " and let them convert...
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John Wesley the Methodist: A Plain Account of His Life and Work

John Fletcher Hurst - 1903 - 319 pages
...and, besides, they prayed from morning to night.' Mr. S. asked, ' But have they done nothing besides?' 'Yes, sir,' said an old man; 'an't please your worship, they have convartcd my wife. Till she went among them she had such a tongue! And now she is as quiet as a lamb.'...
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