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" Who is to have a Statue ? means, Whom shall we consecrate and set apart as one of our sacred men ? Sacred ; that all men may see him, be reminded of him, and, by new example added to old perpetual precept, be taught what is real worth in man. Whom do... "
"Shall Cromwell have a statue?": oration ... before the Phi Beta Kappa ... - Page 2
by Charles Francis Adams - 1902 - 44 pages
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Latter-day Pamphlets

Thomas Carlyle - Great Britain - 1850 - 342 pages
...it. Who is to have a Statue? means, Whom shall we consecrate and set apart as one of our sacred men 1 Sacred; that all men may see him, be reminded of him,...us to resemble ? Him you set on a high column, that the world at large may be continually apprised of the duty you expect from it. What man to set there,...
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Latter-Day Pamphlets

Thomas Carlyle - England - 1850 - 229 pages
...shall we consecrate and set apart as one of our sacred men ? Sacred ; that all men may see him, he reminded of him, and, by new example added to old...us to resemble ? Him you set on a high column, that the world at large may be continually apprised of the duty you expect from it. What man to set there,...
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Latter-day Pamphlets

Thomas Carlyle - Great Britain - 1850 - 427 pages
...most solemn for it. Who is to have a Statue ? means, Whom shall we consecrate and set apart as one of our sacred men ' ? Sacred; that all men may see...precept, be taught what is real worth in man. Whom do you wiah us to resemble ? Him you set on a high column, that all men, looking on it, may be continually...
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Latter-day Pamphlets

Thomas Carlyle - Great Britain - 1850 - 427 pages
...most solemn for it. Who is to have a Statue ? means, Whom shall we consecrate and set apart as one of our sacred men ? Sacred ; that all men may see...perpetual precept, be taught what is real worth in man. Whorri do you wish us to resemble ? Him you set on a high column, that the world at large may be continually...
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Latter-day Pamphlets

Thomas Carlyle - Great Britain - 1855 - 4 pages
...most solemn for it. Who is to have a Statue ? means, Whom shall we consecrate and set apart as one of our sacred men ? Sacred ; that all men may see...us to resemble ? Him you set on a high column, that the world at large may be continually apprised' of the duty you exp'ect from it. What man to set there,...
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The collected works of Thomas Carlyle, Volume 13

Thomas Carlyle - 1864
...most solemn for it. Who is to have a Statue ? means, Whom shall we consecrate and set apart as one of our sacred men ? Sacred ; that all men may see...continually apprised of the duty you expect from them. What man to set there, and what man to refuse forevermore the leave to be set there: this, if a country...
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Collected Works, Volume 19

Thomas Carlyle - 1870
...most solemn for it. Who is to have a Statue ? means, Whom shall we consecrate and set apart as one of our sacred men? Sacred; that all men may see him,...continually apprised of the duty you expect from them. What man to set there, and what man to refuse forevermore the leave to be set there : this, if a country...
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Latter-day pamphlets

Thomas Carlyle - Great Britain - 1870 - 421 pages
...most solemn for it. Who is to have a Statue ? means, Whom shall we consecrate and set apart as one of our sacred men? Sacred; that all men may see him,...taught what is real worth in man. Whom do you wish ns to resemble? Him you set on a high column, that all men, looking on it, may be continually apprised...
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Latter-day pamphlets

Thomas Carlyle - History - 1850 - 299 pages
...and most solemn for it. Who is to have a Statue? means, Whom shall we consecrate and set apart as one of our sacred men ? Sacred; that all men may see him,...continually apprised of the duty you expect from them. What man to set there, and what man to refuse forevermore the leave to be set there: this, if a country...
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The Carlyle Anthology

Thomas Carlyle - 1876 - 386 pages
...most solemn for it. Who is to have a Statue ? means, Whom shall we consecrate and set apart as one of our sacred men ? Sacred ; that all men may see...continually apprised of the duty you expect from them. What man to set there, and what man to refuse forevermore the leave to be set there : this, if a country...
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