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In addition to the labor troubles, and the discontent of the farmers and of the remnant of the middle class, a religious revival had blazed up.
And truly the religious revival assumed formidable proportions.
He happened to go into a revival meeting one night this spring and he got converted.
The Homeric Hymns: -- The text of the Homeric hymns is distinctly bad in condition, a fact which may be attributed to the general neglect under which they seem to have laboured at all periods previously to the Revival of Learning.
But she was filled with the thought of a great revival that Ebenezer Naismith could preach--she was a dear saint--and she spoke of a great church, saying:
She got perfectly well and came home just when the Fiske revival was in full swing.
Like Dante or Bunyan, he has a revelation of another life; like Bacon, he is profoundly impressed with the unity of knowledge; in the early Church he exercised a real influence on theology, and at the Revival of Literature on politics.
So stand before every public and private work; before an oration of Burke, before a victory of Napoleon, before a martyrdom of Sir Thomas More, of Sidney, of Marmaduke Robinson; before a French Reign of Terror, and a Salem hanging of witches; before a fanatic Revival and the Animal Magnetism in Paris, or in Providence.
There's nothing I'm so thankful to the revival of the old fashions for as the kissing the hand.
combined with other events to promote the rapid restoration of learning in Italy; and with that recovery of learning the revival of an interest in the Fables of Aesop is closely identified.
Changed as all the circumstances now were, our position towards each other in the golden days of our first companionship seemed to be revived with the revival of our love.
It is not a mere whim; it is not the casual revival of my old wishes and desires; but an earnest, solemn purpose.
Though this was only a recurrence of what had happened before, it struck all present as if it had been death, not only from its contrast with the completeness of the revival, but because his words had all had reference to the possibility that his death was near.
With the brightness and joy of morning, came the renewal of yesterday's labours, the revival of its pleasant thoughts, the restoration of its energies, cheerfulness, and hope.
His activity in revivals was great, and he proved himself an instrument in the hands of the church in converting many souls.