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Text:"...LatJi) s Appearance as described by Friends. 239 ning of the present century for the express purpose of acquiring all the information he could respecting WilliamLaw. He must therefore have..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...366 Laws Friends - Mr. Langcake. her will. There is a touching letter from Langcake to WilliamLaw the younger, written many years after the great William Laws death, which is worth quoting : Bristol..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... her c. our love to her mother W. L. ^WilliamLaw arrived in Nauvoo in early November 1 S39 ■ 6 Daughter of Robert and Isabella Walton, 218..."
Date:1844
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Text:"...296 WILLIAMLAW S\ W )NDS The relation between me and them was in every way delightful You have a right to ask. Win did you not stay? It is a very hard question to answer. Why did you go? Because J..."
Date:1908
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Text:"...Brother Joseph Is Truly A Wonderful Man, He Is All We Could Wish a Prophet to Be: Pre- 1844 Letters of WilliamLaw Lyndon W. Cook Although now seldom recognized as being anything more than a bitter..."
Date:1844
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Text:"... in a hermitage at Cliffe, in Northamptonshire, having long survived her spiritual guide and faithful companion, Mr. WilliamLaw, who, at an advanced age, about the year 1761, died in her house.^ Mr. Law died..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... the Rector of Winwick, at the other end of the county, and appears to have been a pretty frequent visitor at the Hall Yard. Like most people who were brought into close contact with WilliamLaw, he entertained..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... a really good man making so unworthy an imputation without any grounds whatever. It has been suggested by Bishop Ewing that Alexander Knoxs dislike of WilliamLaw may have arisen from his friendship..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... Account of the Life of Mr. WilliamLaw, prefixed to an edition of the Serious Call of 1 797, but copied, of course, from an earlier edition, because Mr. Langcake died before 179 7- I this, as in many other..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... Writings of Jacob Behmen, nom first done at large into English, Src., by Francis Okely. Northampton, 1780. Page 105, note. Mr. Walton, in his Notes, c., for an adequate biography of WilliamLaw, printed..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...90 Law and Charles Wesley. than WilliamLaw appreciated John Wesley. Law greatly underrated the extent and permanency of the work for God which the Wesleys were doing. Time has shown that he..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...7 was WilliamLaw, and whether he was of Kings Cliffe ; and after having received a satisfactory answer, delivered a sealed paper, directed to the Reverend WilliamLaw, which contained a bank..."
Publication date:1813
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Text:"... in London, and when Law died, he helped to draw up his epitaph. One would like to know a little more about a man- who was so closely connected with and so dearly loved by WilliamLaw ; but all that can..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... to be Mr. WilliamLaw. ^ Mr. Lathbury states, but evidently on the authority of Carte only, that Law was among the opponents of the union. ^ It seems right that I should state my reasons for believing..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"..., a clergyman who had sat at the feet of Mr. Law, printed anonymously fifty lines To the memory of that excellent man, and truly illuminated divine, the late Rev. William, Law, A.M. They commenceFarewell, good..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
Publication place:London, England
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Text:".... But the atmosphere they breathed, as everyone must have breathed who lived with WilliamLaw, was an atmosphere as like that of heaven as one can hope to find on this poor earth. Law was their oracle while he lived..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... Biography of the celebrated Divine and Theosopher, WilliamLaw, passim. z 2..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
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Text:"... opponent of Sir Robert Walpole. The prot^gd oi Bolingbroke and the foe of Walpole could hardly be without Jacobite proclivities ; and thus the fact that WilliamLaw was a nonjuror would be a strong..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... Afostles cleared from the false glosses and misrepresentations of the Rev. WilliamLaw in his Dialogue between a Methodist and a Churchman, addressed to the Countess-Dowager of Huntingdon by a Hearer..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... Warburton declare that WilliamLaw begot Methodism 1 Did not Dr. Trapp prophesy, when the Serious Call appeared, that harm would come of the book, and so it happened, for shortly afterwards up sprang..."
Date:Between 1686 and 1761
Publication place:London, England