The life of Fenelon, Archbishop of Cambray
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The life of Fenelon, Archbishop of Cambray

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LIBRARIESNYPL RESEARCH 10823481334333 \tM ***£_ \^4m^^^C^, FENELON. Whem on a certain occasion tnethe J?ene-Feipiouspious ' after muchIon, trouble andhaving experienced from his was advisedpersecution opposers, by some one to take greater precautions against and evil ofthe artifices he madedesigns men, in the true of a Moria-answer, Christian,spirit IN SOIPLICITATE NOSTRA! US die illMUR ?let OUT He that is in Christ has asimplicity" wholly oneness and of in-purity purpose, altogether with those tricks andconsistent subterfuges which are so common men. He walksamong in He forth in thebroad ofday. goes light conscious He is that menandhonesty. willing should read the bottom of hisangels very heart. He has but one rule. His is,language in the affairs of as well as in thelife,ordinary " duties of what wilt thoureligion, My Father, have me to do ?" This is Christian simplicity ; is he whoand thrice it, 5 happyhappy possesses A. J W&/ jvHtMt, ^9 iis#b//{s7/r 2 to aand holi-others, mysteriousindulgent on his character and attractsness hangs while his misfortunesour shedveneration, him a of which excitesover distress,tinge our tenderest sympathy. Not after his a shortdecease,long account of his life was thepublished by chevalier who had been theRamsay, pre- of Prince the son of ourCharles,ceptor James the second. The chevalier Ram- several in the strictestsay passed years after Fenelon'swith Fenelon, and,intimacy was his withentrusteddecease, by family, his In a of1734,papers.

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LIBRARIESNYPL RESEARCH
10823481334333\tM
***£_
\^4m^^^C^,
FENELON.
Whem on a certain occasion tnethe J?ene-Feipiouspious
' after muchIon, trouble andhaving experienced
from his was advisedpersecution opposers, by
some one to take greater precautions against
and evil ofthe artifices he madedesigns men,
in the true of a Moria-answer, Christian,spirit
IN SOIPLICITATE NOSTRA! US die illMUR ?let OUT
He that is in Christ has asimplicity" wholly
oneness and of in-purity purpose, altogether
with those tricks andconsistent subterfuges
which are so common men. He walksamong
in He forth in thebroad ofday. goes light
conscious He is that menandhonesty. willing
should read the bottom of hisangels very
heart. He has but one rule. His is,language
in the affairs of as well as in thelife,ordinary
"
duties of what wilt thoureligion, My Father,
have me to do ?" This is Christian simplicity ;
is he whoand thrice it,
5 happyhappy possesses
A.JW&/ jvHtMt, ^9 iis#b//{s7/r<Z'T**4 */<v-i*f?saS^Z^frt?smug's-
f?-^