We have wept that God may show his beneficence his mercy and that his peace may come upon the people of Pakistan.
That is the result of Miss MacDowlas's beneficence, you see.
We must transform it into beneficence, and its opposite into the idea of maleficence.
Encyclopdie, we are struck by the beneficence and breadth of the great designs which inspire and support him.
So he took them, and kissed the hands of the king, thanking him for his beneficence, and departed.
In one instance of this kind, he showed an adroitness in his beneficence which is somewhat amusing.
His unswerving belief in the beneficence of God was most beautiful, most touching.
I would now, however, present to you a more exalted motive to beneficence than its secret pleasures.
Second, he drew his own firm inferences from the beneficence of the work.
This work stands as a testimonial to the beneficence of the people whose circumstances enable them to maintain it.