The Naturalist's Library, II. Ornithology Volume 13

The Naturalist's Library, II. Ornithology Volume 13

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1843 edition. Excerpt: ...good hope that her soul is received to the mercy of God, and her sing pardoned, through the merits and mediation of Jesus Christ, in whom she trusted, and whose servant she had been from her youth up, stiching constantly to her profession, and never leaving the church in these times of giddiness and distraction." t " Cum educations vestrse cura a piae memorise parente Mr Ray became comfortably settled, he renewed his botanical researches, and, in the year 1682, published his own Methodus Plantarum Nova. In the year 1684, he sent to the press the His (amicorum optimo) mihi delegata sit, praecipuaque pensi mei pars in moribus vestris ad normam a patre prascriptam formandis versetur, officii mei esse duxi, quae mihi in mandatis, dedit, vobis exponere; eaque, ut pro virili observare et implere annitamini obtestari: Ut virtutis, libertatis et moderationis, quamprimum per cetatem licet principia vobis instillem; literarum amorem et vehemens desiderium; laboris patientiam; otii, gulee, libidinis, et omnigeni luxus odium, detestationem, fugam vobis suadeam et ingenerem. "Hsec cum per absentiam non licet auribus vestris viva voce insonare, saltern, quod possum, Uteris consignata vobis ob oculos ponere, et ut.rerum perpetuo memorcs esse vetitis, orare non desistam. "Cum autem te ad libertatem provocem, cavendum est, ne vocem earn aliter interpreteris, quam oportet; et in sinistrum seiisuin detorqueas: --Liber ergo est, qui divinis mandatis obtemperat qui rationem ducem sequitur, qui pravorum affectuum jugiim excussit, qui nee gulae, nee libidini inservit, qui irae, odio, et ambitioni dominatur; non qui, ut vult, vivit, nisi id velit, quod debeat, quodque rationi consentaneum sit; liber qui. "Nulliua addlctus in verba jurare...show more

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  • Paperback | 68 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 141g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236766717
  • 9781236766717