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... a religious subject; and my father, with this view, desired the schoolmaster to
allow me to remain at home on those days which were fixed for explaining the
Christian doctrine. The schoolmaster did so, and I continued to be an orthodox
I saw a young lady of nineteen years, come every day to this man; she seemed to
possess great piety, and desired to enter in a convent. A Bohemian baron, who
was a great bigot, began at this time to persecute me, because he thought I had ...
He considered John Huss a martyr, and spoke of Luther with great regard. It was
his intention, I should remain in his house some years; and I also desired and
intended it, because I found myself very happy in the company of this great man.
And being desired to name the place, he said, “At Rome.” S— escaped
afterwards to Valsainte, and in the hour of recreation, related the circumstances. I
felt grieved, and I found that I was in dangerous society. I said to S—, “You told an
In the spring of the year 1821, some circumstances arose which made it
necessary that Mr. Wolf should proceed to Palestine, without waiting the
completion of some previous arrangements which the Society considered
desirable, if he went as ...
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Search Caraites; this is a diary of a missionary to Karaites in Cairo and Jerusalem. p. 241 has sample liturgy
OCLC Number: 5515105
Wolff, Joseph, -- 1795-1862.
Europe -- Description and travel. Palestine -- Description and travel.
Missions -- Palestine.
Missions -- Jews.
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Missionary Journal and Memoir of the Rev. Jeseph Wolf: Missionary to the Jews
Joseph Wolff,John Bayford
Sin vista previa disponible - 2017