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" There is nothing in the universe that I fear, but that I shall not know all my duty, or shall fail to do it. "
A Woman of the Century: Fourteen Hundred-seventy Biographical Sketches ... - Page 481
edited by - 1893 - 812 pages
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The Family Christian Almanac for the United States, for the Year of Our Lord ...

David Young - Almanacs, American - 1851
...which Mary Lyon ever gave to her scholars at Mount Holyoke, contained this characteristic sentence : " There is nothing in the universe that I fear, but that I shall not know all my duty, or shall fear to do it." To her pupils she was wont to say, " When you choose your field...
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The Presbyterian Magazine, Volume 1

Religion - 1851
...instructions which she ever gave to her scholars at Mount Holyoke contained this characteristc sentence " There is nothing in the universe that I fear but that I shall not know all my duty, or shall fail to do it." Such a woman loaves behind her something more than a marble tomb....
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The power of Christian benevolence illustrated in the life and labors of ...

Biography & Autobiography - 1852 - 486 pages
...and fear no evil, she appeared before them, and exclaimed, " Shall we fear what God is about to do? There is nothing in the universe that I fear, but that I shall not know and do all my duty." These two noble sentiments embrace almost the sum and substance of practical religion...
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The Massachusetts Teacher: A Journal of School and Home Education, Volume 8

Education - 1855
...purpose, her unflinching coWage to pursue the right, which gave utterance to those thrilling words, " There is nothing in the universe that I fear, but that I shall not know all my duty, or shall fail to do it." That influence resulted, in no inconsiderable degree, from her...
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The poor girl and true woman; or, Elements of woman's success drawn from the ...

William Makepeace Thayer - Self-Help - 1859 - 335 pages
...Providence, and closed her address with these memorable words, "SHALL WE FEAR WHAT Gon is AHOUT TO DO ? THERE is NOTHING IN THE UNIVERSE THAT I FEAR, BUT THAT I SHALL NOT KNOW ALL MY DUTY, OE FAIL TO DO IT." It was her last instruction to her school ; for, on the following day,...
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RECOLLECTIONS OF MARY LYON, WITH SELFICTIONS FROM HER INSTRUCTIONS TO THE ...

PIDELLA FISK - 1866
...heavenly Father, and asked : u Shall we fear what he is about to do ? " adding, with great emphasis : " There is nothing in the universe that I fear, but that I shall not -know all my duty, or shall fail to do it." That evening, which was the last time she met her pupils for...
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Recollections of Mary Lyon: With Selections from Her Instructions to the ...

Fidelia Fiske - Women college administrators - 1866 - 333 pages
...heavenly Father, and asked : " Shall we fear what he is about to do ? " adding, with great emphasis : " There is nothing in the universe that I fear, but that I shall not know all my duty, or shall fail to do it." That evening, which was the last time she met her pupils for...
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Mary Lyon, recollections of a noble woman

Fidelia Fiske, Mary Lyon - 1870
...heavenly Father and asked, " Shall we fear what He is about to do ?" adding, with great emphasis, " There is nothing in the universe that I fear, but that I shall not know all my duty, or shall fail to do it." That evening, which was the last time she met her pupils for...
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Good Morals and Gentle Manners: For Schools and Families

Alexander Murdoch Gow - Conduct - 1873 - 252 pages
...best of women, used the following remarkable words, which were beautifully illustrated by her life : "There is nothing in the universe that I fear, but that I shall not know all my duty, or shall fail to do it." The true test of courage is, in all circumstances, to " DARE...
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Women of the Century

Phebe Ann Hanaford - Women - 1876 - 648 pages
...resting-place reveal the ambition that led her by a way so perplexing to a success so complete : ' There is nothing in the universe that I fear, but that I shall not know all my duty, or shall fail to do it.' The fundamental ideas of the founder have since her death been...
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