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Thus they continued together their zealous labors till Diodorus was made bishop of Tarsus.
THE Danes were indebted in part for the light of faith, under God, to the bright example and zealous labors of English missionaries.
King Dagobert placed him in the episcopal chair of Verdun, and was his protector in his zealous labors and ample foundations of that church.
Three years later, in the midst of his zealous labors in the service of his Master, he died at Trichinopoly of apoplexy, greatly lamented.
Regret was depicted on every face as the colonists moved in large bodies to return grateful recognition for the zealous labors spent in their behalf.
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