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The new and complete life of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ- containing an authentic and full account of all the wonderful transactions, sufferings, and death of our glorious Redeemer (14592228179)

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The new and complete life of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ- containing an authentic and full account of all the wonderful transactions, sufferings, and death of our glorious Redeemer (14592228179)

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Title: The new and complete life of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ: containing an authentic and full account of all the wonderful transactions, sufferings, and death of our glorious Redeemer
Year: 1803 (1800s)
Authors: Wright, Paul, -1785. (from old catalog)
Subjects: Jesus Christ
Publisher: New-York: published by William Durell, bookseller, No. 106, Maiden-lane
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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ds blood. And in alluhon to this law, the ! humanity, he was ready to burfi with grief.Pfaimill fays, / will wafa mine hands in The fight of an innocent and virtuous manzimocency. According therefore to tlie treated with fuch ftiocking barbarity, raifed;ev;iih rites, Pilaie made the mofl folemn in his breafi the moCt painful fenfations ofand public declaration of the innocence of; pity : and though he had given fentenceour dear Redeemer, and of his refolution that it fhould be as the Jews defired, andof having no hand in his death. Perhaps had delivered our dear Redeemer to thehe flattered iumfelf that by this folemn ap- foldiers to be crucified, he was perfuaded,peal, he fhould have terrified the Jewiih that if he fhewed him to the people in that-populace; for a.perfon of his underiland- condition, th-ey muff relent, and petitionjiig and education could not but be fenfible,! him to let him go. Filled with this thought,
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AND LlVi:S OF HIS APOSTLES. 231 he rcToIved to carry Iiim out and exhibit 1 becaufe he would not ruder his people toto their view a (pe^iacle capable of iofi-1 murder a man who was guiliy of no crime,ening ihe mod envenomed, cbdurate, en- But this thty alfo rtuftd, iliinking it dif-raged eneiny. And, in order to render * honourable to receive permillion to puiilhtiie imprefhon flill more poignant, he went ; a perfon who liad-been more ihaji oncecut hirafeif, and faid unio them, 1 hough ) publicly declared innocent by his judge :I have fentenced this man to die, and have j belides they confidered wit.i lliemfelvcs,fcourged him as one th^t is to be crucilird ; (that the governor might afterwards have yeti once more bring hnn before ) Ou, that1 may again teftify how fully I am per-fuaded of his innocence, and that ye mayyet have an opportunity of faving his life,and clearing the guiltlels. No fooner had the governor finifhed hisfpeech, than Jiisys appeared on the pave-ment with his hair,

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