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Page 19 - He prayeth well, who loveth well Both man and bird and beast. He prayeth best, who loveth best All things both great and small; For the dear God who loveth us, He made and loveth all.
Page 280 - The glories of our blood and state Are shadows, not substantial things ; There is no armour against fate ; Death lays his icy hand on kings : Sceptre and crown Must tumble down, And in the dust be equal made With the poor crooked scythe and spade.
Page 484 - It was with the deepest regret that the executive found the duty of employing the war power in defence of the government forced upon him. He could but perform this duty or surrender the existence of the government. No compromise by public servants could, in this case, be a cure ; not that compromises are not often proper, but that no popular government can long survive a marked precedent that those who carry an election can only save the government from immediate destruction by giving up the main...
Page 257 - Court Circular. Money: a Popular Exposition in Rough Notes. With Remarks on Stewardship and Systematic Beneficence. By Rev. THOMAS BINNEY. Third Edition, crown 8vo., 5s., cloth. " Mr. Binney has here dealt with a great practical subject, and has treated it in his usual clear, masterly, and suggestive style.
Page 8 - Rhoddwyd i mi bob awdurdod yn y nef ас ar y ddaear; ewch gan hyny a dysgwch yr holl genedloedd, gan eu bedyddio hwy yn enw y Tad, a'r Mab, a'r Ysbryd Glān; gan ddysgu iddynt gadw pob peth ar a orchymynais i chwi; ac wele, yr ydwyf fi gyda chwi bob amser hyd ddiwedd y byd?
Page 382 - I do at a time when every angry passion has passed away, I cannot help expressing our obligations to him for the labour he has, at no small personal sacrifice, bestowed upon a measure which he — not the least among the apostles of Free Trade — believes to be one of the most memorable triumphs Free Trade has ever achieved.
Page 376 - ... when he heard these ministers declare that members of their congregations were kept away from places of worship during the morning service, and only crept out under cover of the darkness of night ; when they described others as unfit to receive spiritual consolation, because they were sunk so low in physical destitution, — that the attendance at...
Page 89 - I should be glad to drink your Honour's health in A pot of beer, if you will give me sixpence; But for my part, I never love to meddle With politics, sir.
Page 376 - Sunday-schools was falling off; when he heard these and such-like statements ; when he who believed that the corn-laws, the provision monopoly, was at the bottom of all that was endured, heard those statements, and from such authority, — he must say that he rejoiced to see gentlemen of such character come forward, and like Nathan, when he addressed the owner of flocks and herds who had plundered the poor man of his only lamb, say unto the doer of injustice, whoever he might be,
Page 132 - ... am willing to hope, that by the time he comes to be a man, if that should ever be, the world will be a little better than it is at present, and will have made a perceptible advance toward that state in which talents will be little wanted. It is at the same time needless to say, that it...

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