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Page 217 - To them his heart, his love, his griefs were given, But all his serious thoughts had rest in Heaven. As some tall cliff, that lifts its awful form, Swells from the vale and midway leaves the storm, Though round its breast the rolling clouds are spread, Eternal sunshine settles on its head.
Page 267 - Literary Digest. ABRAHAM LINCOLN By LORD CHARNWOOD " Bound to take a first rank in the literature of Lincoln, and in many respects may be pronounced the best of the biographies yet produced."— The Nation.
Page 110 - I will in all respects abide by, and conform to, the provisions of the Trust Deed and the Scheme scheduled to it, and will not waste time, labour, materials, or money in the discharge of my duties, but will loyally and faithfully further the interests of Lever Brothers Limited, its Associated Companies, and my CoPartners, to the best of my skill and ability, and I hand you herewith a statement in writing of the grounds upon which I base this application.
Page 29 - ... the social or moral improvement of the working classes. Here, then, springs up a curious and important problem for solution by this House — -no, not by this House, for they have already resolved it — but for her Majesty's Government, who deny our conclusions, and oppose themselves to the thrice-recorded wishes of the British empire. Which is the preferable condition for...
Page 267 - Argonaut. BISMARCK By C. GRANT ROBERTSON Of especial interest now, when the world is viewing the wreck of the Empire Bismarck built. The book contains much new material, including the authentic text of the famous Ems dispatch. HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY PUBLISHERS NEW YORK Fully illustrated with original maps and sketches By LIEUT-COL.
Page 267 - Biographies of men of all countries who have had a definite influence on thought or action in the Nineteenth Century. Edited by BASIL WILLIAMS, author of "The Life of William Pitt.
Page 61 - Capitalists have now the task set them to democratise their system, and to create conditions that will enable labour to take some democratic share in management, and some responsibility for the success of the undertaking. Productive and distributive business must in the future be carried on under less oligarchic and under more democratic conditions. Labour will not be brought to work side by side with, and to harmonise with, Capital merely by ever higher and higher wages, shorter and shorter hours,...
Page 88 - ... who were living in the woods. When St. John Crevecceur published in London, in 1782, his Letters from an American Farmer, he attempted in the third letter, entitled What is an American? to define the essential characteristics of the new people and of the recently born nation. He was the first, as far as I have been able to discover, to point out that, if in America the old class distinctions had practically disappeared, new distinction had arisen. "Men are like plants," wrote Crevecoeur ; "the...