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The Quarterly Review - Page 203
edited by - 1913
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The Youth's instructer [sic] and guardian, Volume 2

1838
...in the use of antithesis, is so very remarkable. —Bo.] Tu excitas, ut laudare te delectet ; quia fecisti nos ad te, et inquietum est cor nostrum, donee requiescat in te. Thou animates! us that we may delight to praise thee ; because thou hast made us for thyself, and without...
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Kern praktischer Pastoral, oder ein Vade mecum für angehende Theologen und ...

Joannes Aloysius Hassl - 1823
...qui recte novit orare. Bonum opus intentio fácil. Tu Domine! excitas, ut laudare Te delectet; quia fecisti nos ad Te; et inquietum est cor nostrum, donee requiescat in Te! Idem. Non habebit Deum patrem, qui noluerit ecclesiam habere matrera. Etenini nulla major est provocatio...
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The Broad Stone of Honour: The True Sense and Practice of Chivalry : Second ...

Kenelm Henry Digby - 1828
...Alas ! What can we reply to this question ? What remains, but that we cry out with St. Augustin, " Tu fecisti nos ad Te, et inquietum est cor nostrum donee requiescat in Te t." The beauty of nature which seemed to Sismondi sufficient to induce an indifference to a future...
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S. Aurelii Augustini confessiones: ad fidem Codicum Lipsiensium et editionum ...

Saint Augustine (of Hippo) - 1837 - 288 pages
...laudare te vult homo, aliqua portio creaturae tuae. Tu excitas, ut laudare te delectet; quia f ecisti nos ad te, et inquietum est cor nostrum, donee requiescat in te. Da niihi, Domine, scire et intelligere, utrum sit prius invocare te, an laudare te; et scire te prius...
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The Methodist Quarterly Review

1858
...tcstimonium veritatis quse apud ipsa daemon!* testem efficit Christianorum. t August. Confess., L i, c. 1 : Fecisti nos ad te, et inquietum est cor nostrum, donee requiescat in Te. ART. IX.— POPULAR DENTAL KNOWLEDGE. FROM all accounts, in ancient Egypt dentistry seems to have originated...
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Petra Allegherii super Dantis ipsius genitoris Comoediam commentarium, Volume 1

Pietro Alighieri - 1845 - 760 pages
...Dicendo quomodo respexit in Deitatem , et quomodo consumpsit ibi visum et affectum. Et Augustinus: Domine ,fecisti nos ad te , et inquietum est cor nostrum donee requiescat in te. Et cum dicat Magister Sententiarum : de Deitate ut de summa re cum modestia et timoré agendum est...
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The Funeral Sermons, Orations, Epitaphs: And Other Pieces on the Death of ...

Charles Farquhar Shand - 1845 - 476 pages
...nobis plena requies est, et única ас Г sempiterna beatitas. Pulchre Augustinus,3 " Quia (inquit) fecisti nos ad te, et inquietum est cor nostrum donee requiescat in te." Utrum autem béatitude nobis in cœlis reposita in actu intellectus an voluntatis principalius consistât,...
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Tancredus

Kenelm Henry Digby - 1846
...Alas ! What can we reply to this question? 'What remains, but that we cry out with St. Augustine, " Tu fecisti nos ad Te, et inquietum est cor nostrum donee requiescat in Te."3 The beauty of nature, which seemed to Sismondi sufficient to induce an indifference to a future...
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The Broad Stone of Honour Or the True Sense and Practice of ..., Volume 1

Kenelm Henry Digby - 1846 - 394 pages
...Alas ! What can we reply to this question? What remains, but thai we cry out with St. Augustine, " Tu fecisti nos ad Te, et inquietum est cor nostrum donee requiescat in Te.":J The beauty of nature, which seemed to Sismondi sufficient to induce an indifference to a future...
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Of the Church, Five Books, Volume 1

Richard Field, Ecclesiastical History Society - 1847
...therefore, which have no form, but that which giveth them their natural being, different and 1 " Quia fecisti nos ad Te, et inquietum est cor nostrum, donee requiescat in To." Confess. lib. i. § 1 . distinct from other things, have no inclination of desire, but natural,...
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