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" No power can die that ever wrought for Truth ; Thereby a law of Nature it became, And lives unwithered in its blithesome youth, When he who called it forth is but a name. "
The Northern Microscopist - Page 44
1881
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The Unitarian, Volume 7

Jabez Thomas Sunderland, Brooke Herford, Frederick B. Mott - Liberalism (Religion) - 1892
...of the past ; But Evil's triumphs are her endless loss, And sovereign Beauty wins the soul at last. No power can die that ever wrought for Truth ; Thereby a law of Nature it became, And lives unwithered in its sinewy youth, When he who called it forth is but a name. Therefore I cannot...
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The Colonial Parson of New England: A Picture

Frank Samuel Child - Clergy - 1896 - 218 pages
...fame, and render him the homage that is due such unique and masterful service in behalf of humanity. " No power can die that ever wrought for Truth ; Thereby a law of Nature it became, And lives unwithered in its sinewy youth. When he who called it forth is but a name." NEW ENGLAND TOWN...
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The Treasury of American Sacred Song: With Notes Explanatory and Biographical

William Garrett Horder - American poetry - 1896 - 387 pages
...of the past ; But Evil's triumphs are her endless loss, And sovereign Beauty wins the soul at last. No power can die that ever wrought for Truth ; Thereby a law of Nature it became, And lives unwithered in its sinewy youth, When he who called it forth is but a name. Therefore I cannot...
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Proceedings of the Thirtieth Annual Convention of the National American ...

National American Woman Suffrage Association. Convention - Woman's Rights Convention - 1898 - 168 pages
...Surely we may say that " the spirits of just men made perfect " are our strength and our inspiration. " No power can die that ever wrought for truth Thereby a law of Nature it became, And lives unwithered in its sinewy youth, When he who called it forth is but a name. Therefore, we...
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Memories of Jane Cunningham Croly, "Jenny June".

Jane Cunningham Croly - 1904 - 233 pages
...noble powers ; The poet's clearer eye should see in all Earth's seeming woe, seed of immortal flowers. "No power can die that ever wrought for truth ; Thereby a law of Nature it became, And lives unwithered in its blithesome youth, When he who called it forth is but a name. 1 33 "Therefore...
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The poetical works

James Russell Lowell - 1904
...of the past ; But Evil's triumphs are her endless loss, And sovereign Beauty wins the soul at last. No power can die that ever wrought for Truth ; Thereby a law of Nature it became, And lives unwithered in its blithesome youth, When he who called it forth is but a name. Therefore...
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John McPherson Pinckney (late a representative from Texas): Memorial ...

United States. Congress - 1907 - 61 pages
...of the past ; But evil's triumphs are her endless loss, And sovereign beauty wins the soul at last. No power can die that ever wrought for truth ; Thereby a law of nature it became, And lives unwithered in its sinewy youth, When he who called it forth is but a name. To-day we pay...
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The Twentieth Century Magazine, Volume 4

Charles Zueblin - Twentieth century - 1911
...of the past; But evil's triumphs are her endless loss, And sovereign Beauty wins the soul at last. ' No power can die that ever wrought for Truth; Thereby a law of Nature it became, And lives umvithered in its sinewy youth. When he who called it forth is but a name." — Lowell, THE...
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Poems of James Russell Lowell: Containing The Vision of Sir Launfal, A Fable ...

James Russell Lowell - American poetry - 1917 - 630 pages
...of the past ; But Evil's triumphs are her endless loss, And sovereign Beauty wins the soul at last. No power can die that ever wrought for Truth ; Thereby a law of Nature it became. And lives nnwithered in its sinewy youth, When he who called it forth is but a name. Therefore I cannot...
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The Harvard Graduates' Magazine, Volume 16

William Roscoe Thayer, William Richards Castle, Mark Antony De Wolfe Howe, Arthur Stanwood Pier, Bernard Augustine De Voto, Theodore Morrison - 1908
...Which Biiih the Cathedral of Cologne or the Basilica of St. Peter. JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. 1819-1891. No Power Can Die That Ever Wrought for Truth Thereby a Law of Nature It Became And Lives Un withered in Its Blithesome Youth When He Who Called It Forth Is But a Name. CORRECTIONS....
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