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" Symbol of Eternity imprisoned into 'Time!' it is not thy works, which are all mortal, infinitely little, and the greatest no greater than the least, but only the Spirit thou workest in, that can have worth or continuance. "
The Optimist - Page 89
by Henry Theodore Tuckerman - 1850 - 273 pages
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The French Revolution: The Bastille

France - 1837
...thou too didst faithfully, or didst unfaithfully. Man, ' Symbol of Eternity imprisoned into 'Time!' it is not thy works, which are all mortal, infinitely...thou workest in, that can have worth or continuance. But reflect, in any case, what a life-problem this of poor Louis, when he rose as Bien-Aime from that...
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The United States Democratic Review, Volume 2

Conrad Swackhamer - United States - 1838
...thou too didst faithfully, or didst unfaithfully. Man, ' Symbol of Eternity imprisoned into Tune ! ' it is not thy works, which are all mortal, infinitely...thou workest in, that can have worth or continuance. Here we have, darkly shadowed out into strong relief, the condition of the twenty-five millions, that...
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review, Volume 2

United States - 1838
...thou too didst faithfully, or didst unfaithfully. Man, ' Symbol of Eternity imprisoned into Time ! ' it is not thy works, which are all mortal, infinitely...thou workest in, that can have worth or continuance. Here we have, darkly shadowed out into strong relief, the condition of the twenty-five millions, that...
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The French Revolution: A History ...

Thomas Carlyle - France - 1838
...thou too didst faithfully, or didst unfaithfully. Man, ' Symbol of Eter' nity imprisoned into Time ! ' it is not thy works, which are all mortal, infinitely...thou workest in, that can have worth or continuance. But reflect, in any case, what a life-problem this of poor Louis, when he rose as Bien Aimi from that...
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Rambles and Reveries

Henry Theodore Tuckerman - Poetry - 1841 - 436 pages
...society, and musing upon the province they occupy in the business of the world, I seem to recognize a new thread of beauty interlacing the mystic tissue...worshipper of the beautiful and the picturesque, exerts au insensible, but not less real influence upon society, although he may not rank among the highest,...
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Rambles and reveries

Henry Theodore Tuckerman - Literary Criticism - 1841 - 436 pages
...society, and musing upon the province they occupy in the business of the world, I seem to recognize a new thread of beauty interlacing the mystic tissue...has adopted his vocation from a native impulse, who ia a sincere worshipper of the beautiful and the picturesque, exerts an insensible, but not less real...
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Ladies Companion and Literary Expositor: A Monthly Magazine ..., Volumes 14-15

William W. Snowden, Lydia Howard Sigourney, Emma Catherine Embury - 1841
...estimate their influence ns a profession, our attention is rather drawn to the tendency of their pursuits, and to the general characteristics of its votaries....this console the neglected artist. Let this thought comforr him, possessed of one tnlent, if the spirit he |i habits from which want, alone, can гонке...
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The Ladies' Companion, Volumes 14-15

Edgar Allan Poe - 1841
...votaries. " Man !" says Carlyle, " It is not thy works which are all mortal, infinitely little, and tho greatest no greater than the least, but only the spirit...and the picturesque, exerts an insensible, but not lesm real influence upon society, although he may not rank. among the highest, or float on the stream...
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History of the French Revolution: Its Causes and Consequences, Volumes 1-2

Frederica Rowan - France - 1845
...thou too didst faithfully, or didst unfaithfully. Man, ' symbol of eternity, imprisoned into time !' it is not thy works, which are all mortal, infinitely...workest in, that can have worth or continuance."* It was the populace who had insulted the remains of Louis XIV. ; all classes of the nation outraged...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine

Great Britain - 1868
...into time, it is not thy works, which are all mortal, infinitely Utile, and the greatest no better than the least, but only the Spirit thou workest in, that can have •worth or continuance." lie resolved to strive after worthiness of being — to knit thought, insight, and conduct into a threefold...
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