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" So far is manual labour from meriting contempt or slight, that It will probably be found, when united with true means of spiritual culture, to foster a sounder judgment, a keener observation, a more creative imagination, and a purer taste than any other... "
The New weekly Catholic magazine - Página 40
1846
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Lectures on the Elevation of the Labouring Portion of the Community

William Ellery Channing - 1840 - 81 páginas
...division, instead of being laid, as the sole vocation, on one man or a few. Let no human being be broken in spirit, or trodden under foot, for the outward...their reach the most effectual means of progress. Another encouraging circumstance of the times is, the creation of a popular literature, which puts...
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The United States Democratic Review, Volumen8

1840
...broken in spirit, or trodden under foot, for the outward prosperity of the State. So far is manual labor from meriting contempt or slight, that it will probably...length to have within their reach the most effectual moans of progress." Dr. Channing next adverts to the fact of the creation of a popular literature,...
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Nelson, the Latest Settlement of the New Zealand Company

John Ward - 1842 - 44 páginas
...division, instead of being laid as the sole vocation upon one man, or a few. Let no human being be broken in spirit, or trodden under foot for the outward prosperity...their reach the most effectual means of progress." Another encouraging circumstance of the times in which we live is the creation of a popular literature,...
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The Works of William E. Channing, D.D.

William Ellery Channing - 1843
...broken in spirit, or trodden under foot, for the outward prosperity of the State. So far is manual labor from meriting contempt or slight, that it will probably...their reach, the most effectual means of progress. Another encouraging circumstance of the times is ihe creation of a popular literature, which puts within....
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People's Edition of the Entire Works of W. E. Channing, Volumen1

William Ellery Channing - 1843
...prosperity of tho Stat^. So far is manual labour from meriting contempt or slight, that it will probably bo found, when united with true means of spiritual culture,...purer taste, than any other vocation. Man thinks of tho few, God of the many ; and the many will be found at length to have within their reach, the most...
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The Works of William E. Channing, Volumen5

William Ellery Channing - 1848
...broken in spirit, or trodden under foot, for the outward prosperity of the State. So far is manual labor from meriting contempt or slight, that it will probably...their reach, the most effectual means of progress. Another encouraging circumstance of the times is the creation of a popular literature, which puts within...
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Lectures [on the elevation of the working classes] with selections from his ...

William Ellery Channing - 1849
...division, instead of being laid, as the sole vocation, on one man or a few. Let no human being be broken in spirit, or trodden under foot, for the outward...their reach the most effectual means of progress. Another encouraging circumstance of the times is the creation of a popular literature, which puts within...
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The Works of William E. Channing

William Ellery Channing - 1849
...broken in spirit, or trodden under foot, for the outward prosperity of the State. So far is manual labor from meriting contempt or slight, that it will probably...thinks of the few, God of the many ; and the many will bjg found at length to have within their reach, the most effectual means of progress. Another encouraging...
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Select English poetry, with notes by E. Hughes

Edward Hughes - 1851
...division, instead of being laid, as the sole vocation, on one man or a few. Let no human being be broken in spirit, or trodden under foot, for the outward...their reach the most effectual means of progress." — Channing. STAND up — erect ! Thou hast the form, And likeness of thy God ! — who more ? A soul...
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review, Volumen8

1840
...broken in spirit, or trodden under foot, for the outward prosperity of the State. So far is manual labor from meriting contempt or slight, that it will probably...and the many will be found at length to have within iheir reach the {cost effectual means of progress '' ks of the few ithin iheir r ^k Dr. Channing next...
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