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Page 286 - Seest thou a man diligent in his business.* he shall stand before kings; he shall not stand before mean men.
Page 122 - Tennyson, 1890; Initial Studies in American Letters. 1891; Selections from the Prose Writings of ST Coleridge. 1893: A Suburban Pastoral and Other Tales. 1894: The Ways of Yale. 1895; A History of English Romanticism in the Eighteenth Century, 1899: A History of English Romanticism In the Nineteenth Century, 1901: Points at Issue.
Page 263 - Louis in 1866, where he was admitted to the bar, and began the practice of law in 1867; became commander St.
Page 461 - More he would have spoken, but his spirits failed him ; and, after a short conflict betwixt Nature and Death, a quiet sigh put a period to his last breath, and so he fell asleep.
Page 157 - ... each and every one of you, my gratitude. I am the candidate of the best party on earth, and for the highest office in the gift of the people of the best state in the Union. You have put your confidence in me; you have conferred upon me a great honor and a sacred trust. It is unnecessary for me to say that if elected I shall be elected without pledge or promise to any man save the one I shall make to every citizen of Connecticut, without regard to party, when I take the oath of office. It is unnecessary...
Page 348 - He was an active member of the Grand Army of the Republic and the Military Order of the Loyal Legion, serving for both as commander of the Wisconsin department.
Page 241 - He was also a member of the Society of Colonial Wars and of the Sons of the Revolution.
Page 491 - For thirty-five years he was an influential member of the Prudential Committee of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions...