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His eloquent and pointed speeches, many of which were printed, are included in the article in the Biog.
It may be seen in his account of this voyage, given in the Biog.
Biog., and a full collection of the ancient testimonies will be found in Harnack's Altchristliche Litteratur, vol.
Even this supposition is exceedingly unnecessary; because, it appears from the Memoir of Cook, in the Biog.
Biog.; to which source I must acknowledge my obligation for nearly the whole of these biographical notes.
CICERO'S TUSCULAN DISPUTATIONSMARCUS TULLIUS CICERO
Biog., and in the opening of his article on The Chronicle of Eusebius in the second volume of the same work.
Biog., was long a fervent follower of Jacob Behmen, and forms an interesting link between this enthusiast and the early quakers.
Research discovered it in his biog—we just made the dream come true.
This, I suppose, is the original authority for the statement in the Biog.
In addition to the account in Bayle, the reader may refer to Biog.

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