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Página 316 - The woman's cause is man's: they rise or sink Together, dwarf d or godlike, bond or free...
Página 416 - To watch the corn grow, and the blossoms set; to draw hard breath over ploughshare or spade; to read, to think, to love, to hope, to pray, - these are the things that make men happy; they have always had the power of doing these, they never will have power to do more.
Página 270 - Will scantly serve to guide our way. Yet mark ! as fade the upper skies, Each thicket opes ten thousand eyes. Before, beside us, and above, The fire-fly lights his lamp of love...
Página 421 - The President, or, in his absence, one of the Vice-Presidents, or, in their absence, a Chairman pro tempore, shall preside at all meetings of the Academy, and shall have a casting vote.
Página 202 - English writers who tell our Indian fellow-subjects to look to the Government for every improvement in their lot, are doing a great dis-service to the Indian races. The permanent remedies for the poverty of India rest with the people themselves." I quite agree with what Mr. Hunter says. If we want to remedy our poverty we must try to do so ourselves and not leave it to others. The Indian Government is willing to help us, but we must let it see in what way it can help us, and consequently we ourselves...
Página 580 - Then I grant their lives to the rest, my Lord." "Thus, then, great King, the deer in the park will have gained security, but what will the others do?" "They also shall not be molested.
Página 426 - Society, as one of his biographers says ; but his election took place the year before, and about the same time the University of Edinburgh conferred on him the degree of Doctor of Laws.
Página 524 - Prize, for the best English Essay on a subject of General Literature, such subject to be occasionally chosen with reference to the history, institutions, and probable destinies and prospects of the Anglo-Indian Empire.