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" The place you desire," and the place you fit yourself for, I must also say; because, observe, this court of the past differs from all living aristocracy in this: it is open to labor and to merit, but to nothing else. No wealth will bribe, no name overawe,... "
Right Reading: Words of Good Counsel on the Choice and Use of Books - Page 57
1902 - 97 pages
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Victoria Magazine, Volume 6

1865
...desire to take in this company of the dead. ' The place yon desire,' and the place you fit yoursdf far, I must also say ; because, observe, this court of...nothing else. No wealth will bribe, no name overawe, no F 2 artifice deceive, the guardian of those Elysian gates. In the deep sense, no vile or vulgar person...
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sesame and lilies

john ruskin, M.A. - 1866
...take fellowship and rank according to your wish ; from that, once entered into it, you can never be outcast but by your own fault; by your aristocracy...from all living aristocracy in this : — it is open tQ, labour and to merit, but to nothing else. No wealth will bribe, no name overawe, no artifice deceive,...
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Sesame and Lilies: Two Lectures Delivered at Manchester in 1864

John Ruskin - Books and reading - 1867 - 196 pages
...fellowship and rank according to your wish; from that, once entered into it, you can never be outcast hut by your own fault; by your aristocracy of companionship...of the past differs from all living aristocracy in this:—it is open to labour and to merit, but to nothing else. No wealth will bribe, no name overawe,...
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Sesame and Lilies: Three Lectures

John Ruskin - Books and reading - 1871 - 241 pages
...truth and sincerity that are in them, by the place you desire to take in this company of the dead. 12. "The place you desire," and the place you fit yourself...all living aristocracy in this. — it is open to labor and to merit, but to nothing else. No wealth will bribe, no name overawe, no artifice deceive,...
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Sesame and Lilies: Two Lectures Delivered at Manchester in 1864

John Ruskin - Books and reading - 1872 - 119 pages
...take fellowship and rank according to your wish; from that, once entered into it, you can never be outcast but by your own fault; by your aristocracy...of the past differs from all living aristocracy in this:—it is open to labour and to merit, but to nothing else. No wealth will bribe, no name overawe,...
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Pearls for Young Ladies

John Ruskin - Conduct of life - 1878 - 287 pages
...desire to take in this company of the Dead. " The place you desire," and the place you fit your self for, I must also say; because, observe, this court...all living aristocracy in this: — it is open to labor and to merit, but to nothing else. No wealth will bribe, no name overawe, no artifice deceive,...
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The Granville series. Reading book. Standard 1-6

Granville series - 1882
...time. Into that you may enter always ; in that you may take fellowship and rank according to your wish. This court of the past differs from all living aristocracy...open to labour and to merit, but to nothing else. 11. Do you ask to be the companion of nobles ? Make yourself noble, and you shall be. Do you long for...
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Sesame and Lilies: Three Lectures, Delivered in 1864-1868,

John Ruskin - Books and reading - 1884 - 158 pages
...take fellowship and rank according to your wish; from that, once entered into it, you can never be outcast but by your own fault; by your aristocracy...all living aristocracy in this : —it is open to labor and to merit, but to nothing else. No wealth will bribe, no name overawe, no artifice deceive,...
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SESAME AND LILIES. THREE LECTURES DELIVERED IN 1864-1868

JOHN RUSKIN, M.A. - 1885
...aristocracy of companionship there, your own inherent aristocracy will be assuredly tested, and^the motives with which you strive to take high place in...all living aristocracy in this : — it is open to laoor and to merit, but- to nothing else. No wealth will bribe, no name overawe, no artifice deceive,...
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Art and Life: A Ruskin Anthology

John Ruskin, William Sloane Kennedy - Art - 1886 - 593 pages
...those plainly furnished and narrow anterooms, our bookcase shelves. — Senaine and Lilies, p. 32. This court of the past differs from all living aristocracy in this : — it is open to labor and to merit, l)ut to nothing else. No wealth will bribe, n0 name overawe, no artifice deceive,...
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