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Página 18 - And let us not be weary in well doing : for 'in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.
Página 363 - Beauties,' or any other volume of Shakespearian selections. Songs of the Soul during its Pilgrimage Heavenward : being a New Collection of Poetry, illustrative of the Power of the Christian Faith ; selected from the Works of the most eminent British, Foreign, and American Writers, Ancient and Modern, Original and Translated. By the Editors of ' Truths Illustrated by Great Authors,
Página 363 - The Philosophy of William Shakespeare ; delineating, in Seven Hundred and Fifty Passages selected from his Plays, the Multiform Phases of the Human Mind. With Index and References. Collated, Elucidated, and Alphabetically arranged by the Editors of 'Truths Illustrated by Great Authors.
Página 363 - This elegant volume will be appreciated by the admirers of ' The Christian Year.' The Beauty of Holiness ; or, The Practical Christian's Daily Companion: being a Collection of upwards of Two Thousand Reflective and Spiritual Passages, remarkable for their sublimity, beauty, and practicability; selected from the Sacred Writings, and arranged in eighty-two sections, each comprising a different theme for meditation. By the Editors of ' Truths Illustrated by Great Authors.
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Página 363 - SYMBOLISCHES ENGLISCH-DEUTSCHES WORTERBUCH: THE SYMBOLIC ANGLO-GERMAN VOCABULARY; Adapted from the above work. Edited and Revised by FALCK LEBAHN, Ph. Dr., Author of "German in One Volume," "The German Self-Instructor,
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Página 363 - Shakspeare in the number of bosom lines, — of lines that we may cherish in our bosoms, and that seem almost as if they had grown there, — of lines that, like bosom friends, are ever at hand to comfort, counsel, and gladden us, under all the vicissitudes of life, — of lines that, according to Bacon's expression, " come home to our business and bosoms," and open the door for us to look in, and to see what is nestling and brooding there.