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" He believed in the royalty of man, in the sovereignty of the citizen, and in the matchless greatness of this Republic. He was of the classic mould — a figure from the antique world. He had the pose of the great statues — the pride and bearing of the... "
Proceedings of the Senate and Assembly of the State of New York: In Relation ... - Page 49
by New York (State). Legislature - 1889 - 53 pages
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Wit, Wisdom and Eloquence of Col. R.G. Ingersoll: Including Eloquent ...

Robert Green Ingersoll - 1894 - 335 pages
...matchless greatness of this Republic. He was of the classic molds—a figure from the antique worlds. He had the pose of the great statues, the pride and...Roman, and he stood in the wide, free air, as though there flowed throuh his veins the blood of a hundred kings. And as he lived he died. Proudly he entered...
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Ingersoll: A Biographical Appreciation

Herman Eugene Kittredge - 1915 - 581 pages
...appreciate the majestic beauty and grandeur of its peroration:— " He was of the classic mould—a figure from the antique world. He had the pose of the great statues—the pride and bearing of the intellectual Greek, of the conquering Roman, and he stood in...
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The Michigan Alumnus, Volume 20

1914
...hands full of thunderbolts. A finely chiseled face, hair that always seemed tossed by the •wind. He was of the classic mould — a figure from the...his veins there flowed the blood of a hundred kings. He opens his Bible, and reads from the Psalms and Prophets, and comments as he reads. He is an orator,...
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