Which preposition to use with testimonies

of Occurrences 1236%

If haply, however, thou, in the hardness of thy unbelief, rejectest the testimony of heaven, and searchest rather for examples of those in this nether world who have felt his power, I affirm them to be so multitudinous that where to begin I know not.

to Occurrences 444%

"From his services with my command, steadily in the field for nine months, from October, 1868, to July, 1869, and at subsequent times, I am qualified to bear testimony to his qualities and character.

in Occurrences 132%

We were, however, conducted to a small menagerie attached to the institution, by its keeper, where the habits and accomplishments of the animals bore strong testimony in favour of the diligence and skill of their teachers.

against Occurrences 118%

Afterward I heard that he was Sweetwater, the detective from New York who had had so much to do in unearthing the testimony against Arthur,testimony which in the light of this morning's revelations, had taken on quite a new aspect, as he was doubtless the first to acknowledge.

on Occurrences 66%

The testimony on these specifications is uncontradicted.

as Occurrences 40%

Both have offered valuable first-hand testimony as to the behaviour of the German nation at war.

from Occurrences 36%

Such testimony from such a source could not fail to move John Wesley.

for Occurrences 22%

He should be able to give valuable testimony for or against Elwood Ranelagh.

by Occurrences 14%

I took him to my room, and placed him in a water-tight box, in which I fashioned an artificial bog, in the hope that he would confirm my testimony by his piping.

at Occurrences 13%

"You gentlemen will have to give your testimony at the inquest," he said.

under Occurrences 13%

Miss Malone fared even worse, for after a preliminary skirmish she flatly refused to give Mr. Tutt or the jury any information whatever regarding her past life, while Mooney, of course, labored from the beginning to the end of his testimony under the curse of being a policeman, one of that class whom most jurymen take pride in saying they hold in natural distrust.

with Occurrences 13%

The commandant of midshipmen then took up the matter of their testimony with the superintendent of the Naval Academy.

before Occurrences 13%

"'Knowing, my dearest brethren, that I am approaching the hour of my death, I would, for the great dignity and authority of the apostolic see, make a serious and important testimony before you, not committed to the memory of letters, not written, neither on a tablet nor on parchment, but given by my living voice, that it may have more authority.

than Occurrences 8%

" "The distinction is certainly a very good one," resumed Mrs. Bloomfield, laughing, "as nothing, in general, can be less like honest testimony than a review!"

about Occurrences 4%

The book is no record of games and players, but it is historical in a broader sense, and the author is able to give his personal decisive testimony about many disputed points.

without Occurrences 3%

"I am sorry to be obliged to give more testimony without the name.

out Occurrences 3%

4. The design of the author, where it is a testimony out of a book cited.

of Occurrences 2%

A Collection of the Acts, Deliverances and Testimonies of the Supreme Judicatory of the Presbyterian Church, from its Origin in America to the Present Time.

unto Occurrences 2%

Epiphanius expressly accuses Marcion of falsifying the phrase 'for a testimony unto them.'

of Occurrences 2%

Testimonie of my love.

like Occurrences 2%

What can you do against testimony like that?

pp Occurrences 2%

It will be recollected that the testimony of Sarah M. Grimké, and Angelina G. Weld, was confined exclusively to the details of slavery as exhibited in the highest classes of society, mainly in Charleston, S.C. See their testimony pp.

along Occurrences 2%

Sir, it proceeded from the warmth of expectation, the exultation of our hearts, immediately after, and with the same breath that you established your committee of inquiry; and it is no forced construction to say, that it carries this testimony along with it, that national securities and granting supplies were reciprocal terms.

to Occurrences 2%

Association (PPW) WHITE, ELLEN G. Testimonies to ministers and gospel workers.

herewith Occurrences 1%

All the facts during the imprisonment, execution and burial are set forth in some of the testimonies herewith given, in a chapter of related history (the evidence at the trial not being disclosed in any present record), and all of them marked by a total unconsciousness of their sinister and revolting character.

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