The Horse: Sure Footed
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To the Rev. A. Brandram
... that I had not mounted one of the sure-footed mules of ... he rubbed his hands and said,
'I am sure that things ... a precipice on the left side; the horse on which I ...
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Death of Martha Yeardley, and John Yeardley's Journey to Norway.
... The posting is under government regulation, and is performed by sure-footed ponies
kept by ... little boy, and sometimes, to save the expense of a horse, for which ...
/.../chapter xviii death of martha.htm

Monotony and Crises
... of the divine guidance of Israel as being like that of a horse in the ... on mountain
journeys, because they are highly nervous and are not sure-footed enough. ...
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A Determined Preacher
... but all about me began to cry out, "Sure, you will ... it was as much as I could do to
sit my horse. ... all their might, some bare-headed, some bare-footed and bare ...
/.../wesley/the journal of john wesley/a determined preacher.htm

To the Rev. Andrew Brandram
... other cried, 'Cavalier, proceed, but be careful, and your horses, if sure-footed,
will run ... with stones and huge slaty rocks, on which my horse slid, frequently ...
/.../borrow/letters of george borrow/to the rev andrew brandram 2.htm

Off to vienna
... You may be sure Stanislaus enjoyed the long ride ... The wealthy and noble rode, the
poor footed it ... He was glad to feel the good horse under him, to grip the Tartar ...
/.../chapter iv off to vienna.htm

... The first thing we saw on our first approach to Almora was a horse which had ... Happily,
hill ponies are, as a rule, quiet and sure-footed; and they require to be ...
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Journey to Evora
... bony and hale, accompanied by a bare-footed lad, brought ... The gentleman then spurred
on his horse and accosted ... though it cannot be described, is sure to betray ...
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The Shepherd of Pella
... The bold, sure line of a Roman road divided it ... fugitive mounted upon a camel, fleeter
than the fastest horse. ... Momus did not overtake the fleet-footed party that ...
/.../miller/the city of delight/chapter iii the shepherd of.htm

Mission Tours.
... gospel to the many whom they are sure to meet ... Three days after leaving Futtygurh
our best horse died, from ... If a bedstead"a low four-footed article with rope ...
/.../life and work in benares and kumaon 1839-1877/chapter xiv mission tours.htm

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Isaiah 63:13
That led them through the deep, as an horse in the wilderness, that they should not stumble?
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Horse used by the Egyptians in War

Horse used by the Israelites

Horse used for Cavalry

Horse: Bells For

Horse: Bits For

Horse: Color of

Horse: Commerce In

Horse: Dedicated to Religious Uses

Horse: Description of a Vain Thing for Safety

Horse: Description of Great Strength

Horse: Description of Snorting and Neighing of

Horse: Description of Swifter than Eagles

Horse: Egypt Famous For

Horse: Exported: from Babylon

Horse: Exported: from Egypt

Horse: Forbidden to the Kings of Israel

Horse: Hamstrung by David

Horse: Hamstrung by Joshua

Horse: Harness For

Horse: Israel Reproved for Keeping

Horse: Symbolical

The Horse in Battle Protected by Armour

The Horse used for Bearing Burdens

The Horse used for Conveying Posts

The Horse used for Drawing Chariots

The Horse used for Hunting

The Horse used for Mounting Calvary

The Horse: A Dull Headstrong Disposition

The Horse: Adorned With Bells on the Neck

The Horse: Beauty of the Church

The Horse: Colours of, Mentioned: Bay

The Horse: Colours of, Mentioned: Black

The Horse: Colours of, Mentioned: Grisled

The Horse: Colours of, Mentioned: Pale or Ash Colour

The Horse: Colours of, Mentioned: Red

The Horse: Colours of, Mentioned: Speckled

The Horse: Colours of, Mentioned: White

The Horse: Dedicated to the Sun by Idolaters

The Horse: Endued With Strength by God

The Horse: Fearless

The Horse: Fed on Grain and Herbs

The Horse: Fierce and Impetuous

The Horse: Glorious and Triumphant Deliverance of the Church

The Horse: Governed by Bit and Bridle

The Horse: Hard Hoofs of, Alluded To

The Horse: Impetuosity of the Wicked in Sin

The Horse: Kings and Princes Rode On

The Horse: Loud Snorting of, Alluded To

The Horse: Notice of Early Traffic In

The Horse: Numbers of, Kept for War

The Horse: Often Suffered in Battle

The Horse: Often Suffered in the Hoof from Prancing

The Horse: Often Suffered: from Bites of Serpents

The Horse: Often Suffered: from Blindness

The Horse: Often Suffered: from Murrain

The Horse: Often Suffered: from Plague

The Horse: Prepared and Trained for War

The Horse: Sold in Fairs and Markets

The Horse: Strong

The Horse: Sure Footed

The Horse: Swift

The Horse: The Jews: Brought Back Many, from Babylon

The Horse: The Jews: Condemned for Multiplying

The Horse: The Jews: Condemned for Trusting To

The Horse: The Jews: Forbidden to Multiply

The Horse: The Jews: Imported from Egypt

The Horse: The Jews: Multiplied in Solomon's Reign

The Horse: The Jews: Not to Trust In

The Horse: Urged on by Whips

The Horse: Vanity of Trusting To

The Horse: Want of Understanding In, Alluded To

The Horse: Warlike in Disposition

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