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" Mollahs, as well as the rabble. He was a beardless youth, and evidently enfeebled by disease. He dwelt among us for more than a year. I was then a decided enemy to Infidels, as the Christians are termed by the followers of... "
The Bible in Many Tongues - Page 163
1853 - 192 pages
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The Bible in Many Tongues

Bible - 1799 - 192 pages
...Mohammedan in touching terms. Other versions, in the same family of languages, deserve special attention. " In the year 1223 of the Hegira," says he, " there...of much scorn and ill-treatment from our mollahs, ns well as the rabble. He was a beardless youth, and evidently enfeebled by disease. I was then n decided...
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Labourers in the East, Or Memoirs of Eminent Men, who Were Devoted to the ...

Miss Grierson - 1827
...happy change?" " I will tell you that, likewise," he rer plied. " In the year 1823 (of the Hegira) there came to this city an Englishman, who taught...unparalleled in Persia, in the midst of much scorn and ill treatment from our moollahs, as well as the rabble. He was a beardless youth, and evidently enfeebled...
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Missionary Register, Volume 17

Missions - 1829
...change ?" I asked. " I will tell you that likewise," he replied. " In the year 1223 (of the Hejira) there came to this city an Englishman, who taught...beardless youth, and evidently enfeebled by disease. He dwelt among us for more than a year. I was then a decided enemy to Infidels, as the Christians are...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 27

Asia - 1829
...change ?" I asked. " I will tell you that, likewise," he replied. " In the year 1223 (of the Hejra) there came to this city an Englishman, who taught...the midst of much scorn and ill-treatment from our moollahs, as well as the rabble. He was a beardless youth, and evidently enfeebled by disease. He dwelt...
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The Lutheran Magazine, Volume 3

Lutheran Church - 1830
...And whence came this happy change?" "I will tell you that, like wise," he replied. "In the year 1811, there came to this city an Englishman, who taught...the midst of much scorn and ill-treatment from our moollahs, as well as from the rabble. Ha was a beardless youth, and evidenly enfeebled by disease....
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The Pleasing Expositor; Or, Anecdotes Illustrative of Select Passages of the ...

John Whitecross - Anecdotes - 1831 - 288 pages
...the Hegira, there came to this city an Englishman, who taught the religion of Christ with a holdness hitherto unparalleled in Persia, in the midst of much...and ill-treatment from our mollahs, as well as the rahhle. He was a heardless youth, and evidently enfeehled hy disease. He dwelt amongst us for more...
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The Life of Rev. Henry Martyn

John Hall - Missionaries - 1831 - 246 pages
...named Rahem, who gave him the following account. •'There came to this city an Englishman, who tanght the religion of Christ, with a boldness hitherto unparalleled in Persia, in the midst of much *See a further account of this person in the Append'i. scorn and ill treatment from our moollahs, as...
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The Pleasing Expositor; Or, Anecdotes Illustrative of Select Passages of the ...

John Whitecross - Anecdotes - 1831 - 288 pages
...place in his religious sentiments, gave the following account : — " In the year 1223 of the Hegira, there came to this city an Englishman, who taught the religion of Christ with a bolduess hitherto unparalleled in Persia, in the midst of much scorn and ill-treatment from our molJahs,...
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The Christian Observer, Volume 32

Religion - 1832
...sentiments. ' And whence came this happy change ? ' 'I will tell you that likewise,' he replied. ' There came to this city an Englishman, who taught...the midst of much scorn and ill-treatment from our Moollahs, as well as the rabble. He was a beardless youth, evidently enfeebled by disease. He dwelt...
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The Life of Rev. Henry Martyn

John Hall - 1832 - 246 pages
...to Shiraz several years since, he met a Persian named Rahem, who gave him the following account. , " There came to this city an Englishman, who taught...hitherto unparalleled in Persia; in the midst of much * See a further account of this person in the Appendix. scorn and ill treatment from our moollahs,...
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