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" York, 1954), vol. 1. / cannot f.\press the amazed awe, the crushed humility, with which I sometimes watch a locomotive take its breath at a railway station, and think what work there is in its bars and wheels, and what manner of men they must be who dig... "
The Alphabet and Language: Immortality of the Big Trees. Wealth and Poverty ... - Page 92
by Thomas Magee - 1894 - 109 pages
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 59; Volume 122

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1894
...Institute. The lecture on which these pages are based was delivered at Institute. in its bars and wheeU, and what manner of men they must be who dig brown...ground, and forge it into that. What assemblage of accniate and mighty faculties in them ; more than fleshly power over melting crag and coiling fire,...
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Cornucopia Limited

Richard Coyne - Computers - 2007 - 294 pages
...sacred and the profane, the mechanical and the crafted. Ruskin would stand thus before the locomotive: "I cannot express the amazed awe, the crushed humility,...iron-stone out of the ground, and forge it into THAT!" 10 8 There is humility and respect for the machine of "active steel" and But the hybridity of the machine...
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Railway Signal: Or, Lights Along the Line, Volume 12

Railroads - 1894
...sacrifices to complete the lines, and retain tho control in its own bands. RCSKIN ON THE LOCOMOTIVE. I cannot express the amazed awe the crushed humility...of men they must be who dig brown ironstone out of tho ground and forge it into THAT. What assemblage of accurate and mighty faculties in them ; more...
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