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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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Essays Political, Social, and Religious, Volume 3

Richard Congreve - 1900
...his lonely death-bed at Salerno he seems to have felt more the sense of failure than of success. " I have loved righteousness and hated iniquity, and therefore I die in exile," was the expression of a noble mind, strong in the consciousness of right, yet saddening over its defeat....
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MediŠval and Modern History: The Middle Ages

Philip Van Ness Myers - 1902
...ruins. Gregory was constrained to seek an asylum at Salerno, where he died in 1085. His last words were, "I have loved righteousness and hated iniquity, and therefore I die in exile." But the quarrel did not end here. It was taken up by the successors of Gregory, and Henry was again...
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The Middle Ages

Philip Van Ness Myers - 1902 - 454 pages
...ruins. Gregory was constrained to seek an asylum at Salerno, where he died in 1085. His last words were, "I have loved righteousness and hated iniquity, and therefore I die in exile." But the quarrel did not end here. It was taken up by the successors of Gregory, and Henry was again...
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The Age of the Fathers: Being Chapters in the History of the ..., Volume 2

William Bright - 1903
...nine years and nearly seven months, when, as Palladius words it, he thus " got clear of the waves." " I have loved righteousness and hated iniquity, and therefore I die in exile," — the well-known last words of Gregory VII. would have been more appropriate in Chrysostom's case, although...
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A Short History of Germany

Emily Hawtrey, Amanda M. Flattery - 1903 - 820 pages
...the home of the Norman Guiscards — and died the next year in exile, saying with his last breath: "I have loved righteousness and hated iniquity, and therefore I die in exile ". The end of Heinrich's reign was deeply embittered by quarrels with his sons. The Countess Matilda of Tuscany...
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The Psalms in Human Life

Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1903 - 331 pages
...last words, taken from Psalm xlv., verse 8, breathe the tragic fulness of his bitter disappointment, " I have loved righteousness, and hated iniquity; — and therefore I die in exile." The great struggle between the Popes and the temporal rulers of Europe extended to England, though, during...
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Makers of Europe: Outlines of European History for the Middle Forms of Schools

Ethel Mary Wilmot-Buxton - 1905 - 260 pages
...and expelled Gregory from Rome. The old Pope died very soon afterwards saying with his last breath, " I have loved righteousness and hated iniquity, and therefore I die in exile." But his end was more peaceful than that of his enemy, who spent his last days in begging for a morsel...
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The Great Events by Famous Historians: A Comprehensive and Readable Account ...

Charles Francis Horne, Rossiter Johnson - 1905 - 440 pages
...were bending over him, when, collecting his powers for one last effort, he said, in an indignant tone, "I have loved righteousness and hated iniquity, and, therefore, I die in exile." COMPLETION OF THE DOMESDAY BOOK AO 1086 CHARLES KNIGHT When William the Conqueror had been some years...
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Henry VI

Mabel Elizabeth Seebohm - 1922 - 420 pages
...have had the consolation of being aware of it; truly he might have said bitterly with Hildebrand : "I have loved righteousness and hated iniquity and therefore I die in exile," although Henry's exile was to culminate in a still harder fate. Most of Henry's biographers, being...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 53

1903
...the whole of Christendom, but it would be at the price of a life of which every day was a martyrdom. 'I have loved righteousness and hated iniquity, and therefore I die in exile,' would, mutatis mutandis, as once before in the history of the Church, sum up such an episcopate. The...
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