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Page 216 - Behold, we know not anything; I can but trust that good shall fall At last — far off — at last, to all, And every winter change to spring.
Page 194 - When other lips and other hearts Their tales of love shall tell. In language whose excess imparts The power they feel so well, There may, perhaps, in such a scene Some recollection be Of days that have as happy been, And you'll remember me. When...
Page 222 - Without doubt the ablest and most philosophical analysis of the Co-Operative Movement which has yet been produced,
Page 222 - As a biographical history of German Socialistic movements during this century it may be accepted as complete."— British Weekly. 80. The Purse and the Conscience. HM THOMPSON, BA (Cantab.). " Shows common sense and fairness in his arguments."— Scotsman.
Page 222 - Can hardly fail to suggest to all readers several new and pregnant reflections on the subject."— Anti-Jacobin.
Page 47 - It is useless blinking the fact that the Christian doctrine is more revolting to the higher moral sense of to-day than the Saturnalia or the cult of Proserpine could have been to the conscience of the early Christian.
Page 221 - Ought to be in the hands of every student of the Nineteenth Century spirit."— Echo. " No one can complain of not being able to understand what Mr. Bosanquet means."— fall Mall Gazette. 16. Charity Organisation. CS LOCH, Secretary to Charity Organisation Society.
Page 222 - Will give a good idea of the condition of the working classes in America, and of the various organisations which they have formed." — Scots Leader. 24. Luxury. Prof. EMILE DE LAVELEYE. " An eloquent plea on moral and economical grounds for simplicity of life."— Academy.