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" JOHN NEWTON, CLERK, Once an infidel and libertine, A servant of slaves in Africa, Was. by the rich mercy of our Lord and Saviour, JESUS CHRIST, Preserved, restored, pardoned, And appointed to preach the faith He had long laboured to destroy, Near sixteen... "
London, Past and Present: Its History, Associations, and Traditions - Σελίδα 506
των Henry Benjamin Wheatley - 1891
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...said to have been a sacramental cup from St. Michael's Church. ' John Newton, clerk, once an infldel and libertine, a servant of slaves in Africa, was,...preach the faith he had long laboured to destroy.' ' I remember, when a lad of about fifteen, being taken by my uncle to hear the well-known Mr. Newton...

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...the united parishes for twenty-eight years. It bears the epitaph which he had written for himself: " John Newton, Clerk, once an infidel and libertine,...preach the faith he had long laboured to destroy." 1 The organ has been thoroughly renovated, and was reopened on Sunday, November 1lth, 1894. Some curious...

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Duncan Campbell - 1898 - 195 σελίδες
...us as Leoni. John Newton, 1725-1807. — His epitaph, written by himself, contains these lines : — JOHN NEWTON, Clerk, once an infidel and libertine,...preach the faith he had long laboured to destroy. His career, therefore, resembles that of Augustine in illustrating " grace abounding to the chief of...

The English Illustrated Magazine, Τόμος 21

1899
...the ex-slave-trader, is commemorated by a tablet, as having once been an infidel and libertine, who was " by the rich mercy of our Lord and Saviour Jesus...Christ preserved, restored, pardoned, and appointed ti> preach the faith he had long laboured to destroy." Hence London would have lost a sacred memento...

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Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - 1901
...where he died, December 21, 1807. The tablet is inscribed with an epitaph from his own pen : — ' John Newton, clerk, once an infidel and libertine,...preach the faith he had long laboured to destroy.' 'I remember, when a lad of about fifteen, being taken by my uncle to hear the well-known Mr. Newton...

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John Heneage Jesse - 1902
...himself, describes him as having been "once an infidel and libertine, a servant of slaves in Africa, but by the rich mercy of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ,...preach the faith he had long laboured to destroy." Newton had been brought up to a seafaring life, and in early youth had been engaged in the slave-trade....

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Henry Frederick Cope - 1906 - 201 σελίδες
...hour, And lead to endless day. 1 N the Church of St. Mary Woolnoth, London, there is this inscription: "John Newton, clerk, once an infidel and libertine,...in Africa, was, by the rich mercy of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, preserved, restored, pardoned, and appointed to preach the faith he had long...

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William Budd Bodine - 1907 - 458 σελίδες
...written by himself to be placed upon a mural tablet in the church to which he ministered in London : John Newton, Clerk, Once an infidel and libertine,...pardoned, And appointed to preach the Faith He had long labored to destroy, Near sixteen years at Olney in Bucks, And twenty-eight years in this church. St....

University Musical Encyclopedia: Religious music of the world

Louis Charles Elson - 1910
...gladdening Light" (tr.). JOHN NEWTON, 1725-1807. — His epitaph, written by himself, contains these lines: JOHN NEWTON, Clerk, once an infidel and libertine,...preach the faith he had long laboured to destroy. His career, therefore, resembles that of Augustine in illustrating "grace abounding to the chief of...

University Musical Encyclopedia: Religious music of the world

Louis Charles Elson - 1910
...(tr.). JOHN NEWTON, 1725-1807. — His epitaph, written by himself, contains these lines : JOHN XEWTON, Clerk, once an infidel and libertine, a servant of...preach the faith he had long laboured to destroy. His career, therefore, resembles that of Augustine in illustrating "grace abounding to the chief of...




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