“Which of Joan's five chief deeds shall we call the chiefest?”
“After he had thus lovingly received them, and perceiving that his mother Volumnia would begin to speak to him, he called the chiefest of the council of the Volsces to hear what she would say.”
“The chiefest was his maiesties crowne, being close vnder the top very faire wrought: in mine opinion, the workmanship of so much gold few men can amend.”
“Of all days in which that emphasis should be remembered, the chiefest is the day when men are thinking about social reformation.”
“For when we come to God, then we believe no more, but rather see with our eyes face to face how He is; yet for all that love remains still; so that love may be called the chiefest, because she endureth forever.”
“Of this the chiefest is his books, and as the Society as such had no part in them, anything more than a reference to them is outside the scope of this volume.”
“(How often thus we miscall our chiefest mercies -- not only thinking them distant when they are near, but thinking the best the worst!) 20.”
“Such was the Roof under which dwelt the kindred of the Wolfings; and the other kindreds of the Mid-mark had roofs like to it; and of these the chiefest were the Elkings, the Vallings, the Alftings, the Beamings, the”
“The famous Mr. John Eliot, having business with my uncle, spent the last night with us, a truly worthy man, who, by reason of his great labors among the heathen Indians, may be called the chiefest of our apostles.”
“Up betimes, and to the office receiving letters, two or three one after another from Sir W. Coventry, and sent as many to him, being full of variety of business and hurry, but among the chiefest is the getting of these pressed men out of the City down the river to the fleete.”
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