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" I have loved righteousness, and hated iniquity ; and therefore I die in exile... "
Epoch men, and the results of their lives - Page 87
by Samuel Neil - 1865 - 312 pages
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Memorable Events of Modern History

John George Edgar - 1862 - 496 pages
...and Hildebrnnd, compelled to escape to Sulerno, died of grief, exclaiming, with his latest breath : " I have loved righteousness and hated iniquity ; and therefore I die in exile." Returning to Germany, Henry for a time reigned undisturbed. But, as years passed over, Urban, who figured...
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History of Civilization in the Fifth Century, Volume 1

Frédéric Ozanam - 1867
...Vatican, and force again coerced conscience, whilst Gregory VII. uttered at Salerno his dying words, " I have loved righteousness and hated iniquity, and therefore I die in exile." More terrible than ever seemed the catastrophe in which, not an empire alone, but that principle which...
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Historical selections, a series of readings on English and ..., Volume 1

Elizabeth Missing Sewell - 1868
...one last effort, his failing powers, and breathed out his spirit with the indignant exclamation, " I have loved righteousness, and hated iniquity : and therefore I die in exile!"1 ANSELM. AD 1033 — 1109. (From " Essays and Reviews" by the Rev. RICHARD CHURCH.) THE Church...
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Christian sacerdotalism viewed from a layman's standpoint or tried by holy ...

John Jardine (LL.D.) - 1871 - 293 pages
...that ever pope had had. It is recorded that before he breathed his last he uttered these words : ' I have loved righteousness and hated iniquity, and therefore I die in exile!' If he had said ' I have loved ecclesiastical power and hated lay interference, and therefore I die...
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The Silence, and the Voices of God, with Other Sermons

Frederic William Farrar - 1874 - 196 pages
...Savonarola, and another burnt like Huss, and another driven to say with the undaunted Hildebrand, " I have loved righteousness and hated iniquity, and therefore I die in exile," and another may faint to death in chilling anguish like Xavier upon the lonely shore : but let us not...
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The History of Christianity, Volume 2

Étienne Ursin Bouzique - 1875
...power, except king Henry, the anti-pope Guibert, and his principal supporters. His last words are : " I have loved righteousness and hated iniquity, and therefore I die in exile ] (1085). Was that language sincere ? Did Gregory really believe in his omnipotence for temporal matters...
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The Baptist Quarterly, Volume 9

Lucius Edwin Smith, Henry Griggs Weston - 1875
...almost worn out. His remaining strength was not equal to bearing his bitter reverses. With the words, "/ have loved righteousness and hated iniquity, and therefore I die in exile," he closed his brilliant and eventful life. The lonely death of the great Pope at Salerno has been compared...
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Popular history of France, to the death of Louis xiv

Elizabeth Missing Sewell - 1876
...was unable to withstand this accumulation of misfortune. Illness attacked him, and with the words on his lips, 'I have loved righteousness and hated iniquity, and therefore I die in exile,' he expired. Freed by death from the man who would have been most likely to put obstacles in his path,...
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A Manual of General History: Being an Outline History of the World from the ...

John Jacob Anderson - 1876 - 420 pages
...one last effort, his failing powers, and breathed out his spirit with the indignant exclamation, ' I have loved righteousness, and hated Iniquity ; and therefore I die in exile I ' " — Stephen. — ilufcdltiHtuux B&says. 5. Frederick Barbaro»a (p. 216, 1! 8).— "On the death...
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A Manual of General History: Being an Outline History of the World from the ...

John Jacob Anderson - 1877 - 418 pages
...for one last effort, his failing powers, and breathed out his spirit with the indignant exclamation, 'I have loved righteousness, and hated Iniquity ; and therefore I die in exile r "— Stephen.— MisceUaneout Ssaays, 5. Frederick Barbarossa (p. 216, 11" 8). — "On the death...
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