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" Here was deposited, the mortal part of a man, who feared GOD, but not death; and maintained independence, but sought not riches; who thought none below him, but the base and unjust, none above him, but the wise and virtuous... "
The British Prose Writers - Page 174
1821
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Select Works of the British Poets: In a Chronological Series from ..., Volume 1

John Aikin - English poetry - 1850 - 760 pages
...was deposited the mortal part of a man who feared God, but not death ; and maintained independence, Carey & Hart and country ; and having devoted his life to their service, and the improvement of his mind, resigned...
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A Universal Biographical Dictionary: Containing the Lives of the Most ...

Charles N. Baldwin - Biography - 1850 - 444 pages
...who feared GOD, but not death ; and maintained independence, but sought not riches; who thought nonę below him, but the base and unjust ; none above him but the wise and virtuous ; who ioved his parents kindred, friends, and country : and having devoted his life to their service, and...
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The Bengal Obituary: Or, a Record to Perpetuate the Memory of Departed Worth ...

Holmes and Co. (Calcutta) - Bengal (India) - 1851 - 424 pages
...death, and maintained independence, but sought not riches ; who thought none below him but the bnse and unjust ; none above him but the wise and virtuous who loved his family, friends ami kindred, tiie poor and needy, with an ardour which was the chief source of all...
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The Works of the British Poets, Selected and Chronologically Arranged ...

John Aikin - English poetry - 1852
...was deposited the mortal part of a man who feared God, but not desjh ; anil maintained independence, but sought not riches ; who thought none below him...virtuous; who loved his parents, kindred, friends, and country ; and having devoted his life to their service, and the improvement of his mind, resigned...
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A Collection of Epitaphs and Monumental Inscriptions: On the Most ...

Silvester Tissington - Epitaphs - 1857 - 517 pages
...Here was deposited The mortal part of a man who feared God but not Death, and maintained independence but sought not riches, who thought none below him...wise and virtuous : who loved his parents, kindred, and friends, and country, And having devoted his life to their service and the improvement of his mind,...
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The art of doing our best

Halwin Caldwell - Conduct of life - 1860 - 284 pages
...was deposited The mortal part of a man, Who feared God, but not death. And maintained independence But sought not riches ; Who thought None below him,...wise and virtuous. Who loved His parents, kindred, friend, country, With an ardour ; Which was the chief source of all his pleasures, and all his pain....
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 35

1860
...who feared God, but not death, and maiu' taiued independence, hut sought not riches: who thought nouc •below him but the base and unjust ; none above him but the ' wise and virtuous :" — a statement new to the Calcutta people of his day though, if we are to believe tho^e marbles,...
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Salopian Shreds and Patches, Volume 3

Shropshire (England) - 1880
...not death, and maintained independence but sought not riches, who thought none below him but the bad and unjust, none above him but the wise and virtuous, who loved his parents, kindred, friends, and country, and having devoted his life to their service and the improvement of his mind, resigned...
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Selections from Papers of the Twining Family: A Sequel to 'The Recreations ...

Thomas Twining - Genealogy - 1887 - 323 pages
...lies deposited The mortal part of a man Who feared GOD but not death ; And maintained independence But sought not riches ; Who thought none below him...virtuous ; Who loved his parents, kindred, friends, and country, And having devoted his life to their service Resigned it calmly, Giving glory to his Creator,...
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North Indian Notes and Queries, Volumes 1-2

Folklore - 1891
...:— " Here lies the mortal part of a man who feared God but not death, and maintained independence, but sought not riches ; who thought none below him but the base and unjust, none above him bm the wise and virtuous." The oldest monument is of Job Chamock, who in 1692 " Mortalitatis suoe exuvias...
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