Little Journeys ...

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Putnam's Sons, 1905 - Biography
 

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Page 210 - the real soldier; It is not he, there, with his bayonet, and not the red-striped artilleryman;) For I confront peace, security, and all the settled laws, to unsettle them; I am more resolute because all have denied me, than I could ever have been had all accepted
Page 156 - AS WRITTEN BY ELBERT HUBBARD. THE BORDERS, INITIALS AND ORNAMENTS DESIGNED BY ROYCROFT ARTISTS, THE PRESSWORK BY LOUIS SCHELL, & THE WHOLE DONE INTO A BOOK BY THE ROYCROFTERS AT THEIR SHOP WHICH IS IN EAST AURORA, NEW YORK, IN
Page 156 - toward wine and gold, and sunshine, but their hearts were set on something higher. That divine unrest, that old stinging trouble of humanity that makes all high achievements and all miserable failure, the same that spread wings with Icarus, the same
Page 157 - CHARLES DARWIN 3 FEEL most deeply that this whole question of creation is too profound for human intellect. A dog might as well speculate on the mind of Newton ! Let each man hope and believe what he can. CHARLES DARWIN to Asa Gray.
Page 128 - AY the Lord deliver us all from Cant. May the Lord, whatever else He do or forbear, teach us to look facts honestly in the face, and to beware (with a kind of shudder), of smearing them over with our despicable and damnable palaver, into incognizability. O Heaven, it is the most accursed sin of man; and done everywhere, at
Page 203 - The Man of Sorrows Being a Little Journey to the home of JESUS OF NAZARETH By ELBERT HUBBARD SINCERE attempt to sketch the life, time, and teachings, and with truth limn the personality of The Man of Sorrows. Printed on hand-made paper, from a new font of Roman type, with special initials and ornaments designed by our Roycroft artists. One hundred
Page 158 - have fought better, and none have been more fortunate than Charles Darwin. He found a great truth trodden underfoot, reviled by bigots, and ridiculed by all the world; he lived long enough to see it, chiefly by his own efforts, irrefragably established in science, inseparably incorporated into the common thoughts of men. What shall a man desire more than this ? THOMAS HUXLEY, Address, April 27, 1882
Page 94 - THE WHOLE DONE INTO A BOOK BY THE ROYCROFTERS AT THEIR SHOP WHICH IS IN EAST AURORA, NEW YORK, IN MARCH OF THE YEAR MCMV
Page 197 - Some pay more and some less. That is to say, a dollar-a-day man would receive two dollars a day were it not for the fact that some one has to think for him, look after him and supply the will that

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