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" Born with strong arms, that unfought battles won; Direct of speech and cunning with the pen. Chosen for large designs, he had the art Of winning with his humor, and he went Straight to his mark, which was the human heart; Wise, too, for what he could... "
Pacific Educational Journal - Page 67
1895
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The Literary World, Volume 11

Books - 1880
...mark, which was the human heart ; Wise, too, for what he could not break he bent. Upon his back a more than Atlas-load, The burden of the Commonwealth was...a whit dismayed. Hold, warriors, councilors, kings 1 All now give place To this dear benefactor of the Race. " At Last " must be quoted as a concise and...
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The Literary World, Volume 11

Books - 1880
...Wise, too, for what he could not break he bent. Upon his back a more than Atlas-load, The burden of ihe Commonwealth was laid; He stooped, and rose up to it, though the road 1 sank and sank beneath thy sway, but still I thirsted after more, the more f sank, A flower that drooped...
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The Cambridge Book of Poetry and Song

Charlotte Fiske Bates - American poetry - 1832 - 882 pages
...mark, which was the human heart; Wise, too, for what he could not break he bent. Upon his back a more than Atlasload, The burden of the Commonwealth, was...suddenly downwards, not a whit dismayed. Hold, warriors, councillors, kings! All now give place To this dear benefactor of the HOW ARE SOy<!S BEGOT AND BRED....
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A Dictionary of Quotations from English and American Poets

Henry George Bohn - Quotations, English - 1883 - 761 pages
...mark, which was the human heart; Wise, too, for what he could not break he bent. Upon his back a more than Atlas-load, — The burden of the Commonwealth,...suddenly downwards, not a whit dismayed. Hold, warriors, councillors, kings ! All now give place To this dear benefactor of the Race. 2761 RH Stoddard: Abraham...
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The Mothers of Great Men and Women: And Some Wives of Great Men

Laura Carter Holloway - Mothers - 1883 - 647 pages
...human heart ; Wise, too, for what he could not break hc bent. " Upon his back a more than Atlas load, The burden of the commonwealth, was laid ; He stooped, and rose up to it, though the road Shot suddenly downward, not a whit dismayed. " Hold, warriors, councillors, kings ! — all now give place To this...
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The Every-day Life of Abraham Lincoln: A Biography from an Entirely New ...

Francis Fisher Browne - 1887 - 715 pages
...mark, which was the human heart; Wise, too, for what he could not break, he bent. Upon his hack a more than Atlas-load, The burden of the Commonwealth.,...now give place To this dear benefactor of the Race. RH STODDARD. 718 * '.:..- '-X AS3 : •-.> > iPART IV. MEMORIES OF LINCOLN. WALT WHITMAN'S POEM ON...
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Justice and Jurisprudence: An Inquiry Concerning the Constitutional ...

Brotherhood of Liberty - African Americans - 1889 - 578 pages
...and its swaddling clothes were rolled in blood." — WELLING. " Upon his back a more than Atlas load, The burden of the commonwealth, was laid; He stooped...suddenly downwards, not a whit dismayed. Hold! warriors, councillors, kings! All now give place To this dear benefactor of the race." — STODDARD ON LINCOLN....
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Representative Sonnets by American Poets: With an Essay on the Sonnet, Its ...

Charles Henry Crandall - Sonnets - 1890 - 361 pages
...mark, which was the human heart ; Wise, too, for what he could not break he bent. Upon his back a more than Atlas-load, The burden of the Commonwealth, was...now give place To this dear benefactor of the Race. RICHARD HENRY STODDARD. TO EDMUND CLARENCE STEDMAN. (WITH A. VOLUME OF SHAKESPEARE'S SONNETS.) HAD...
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The Magazine of Poetry and Literary Review, Volume 4

American poetry - 1892
...mark, which was the human heart; Wise, too, for what he could not break, he bent. Upon his back a more than Atlas-load, — The burden of the Commonwealth,...now give place To this dear benefactor of the race. RH STODDARD, Abraham Linfoln. MILTON. Three Poets, in three distant ages boni, Greece, Italy, and England...
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The Magazine of Poetry, Volume 4

Poetry - 1892
...mark, which was the human heart: Wise, too, for what he could not break, he bent. Upon his back a more than Atlas-load,— The burden of the Commonwealth,—...now give place To this dear benefactor of the race. RH STODDARD, Abraham Lincoln. MILTON. Three Poets, in three distant ages born, Greece, Italy, and England...
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