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The History Of Thomas Ellwood Written By Himself
by Thomas Ellwood
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Autobiography and valuable historical document from early eighteenth century English religious writer.
I, who knew how it stood with me better than he did, felt a weight come over me as soon as he had spoken the word; for I presently saw it would bring a very great exercise upon me. But having never resisted his will in anything that was lawful, as this was, I attempted not to make any excuse, but ordering a horse to be ready for me early in the morning, I went to bed, having great strugglings in my breast.
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