The Quarterly Review, Volume 221

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John Murray, 1914 - English literature
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Page 201 - The working class and the employing class have nothing in common. There can be no peace so long as hunger and want are found among millions of working people and the few, who make up the employing class, have all the good things of life.
Page 507 - I say to the Government that they may tomorrow withdraw every one of their troops from Ireland. I say that the coast of Ireland will be defended from foreign invasion by her armed sons, and for this purpose armed Nationalist Catholics in the South will be only too glad to join arms with the armed Protestant Ulstermen in the North.
Page 496 - I call an idea great in 1 proportion as it is received by a higher faculty of the ' mind, and as it more fully occupies, and in occupying, exercises and exalts, the faculty by which it is received.
Page 309 - It was against the recital of an act of Parliament, rather than against any suffering under its enactments, that they took up arms. They went to war against a preamble. They fought seven years against a declaration.
Page 54 - Treasury the shadow of a board exists ; but its members have no power, and are the very officials whom Canning said existed to make a House, to keep a House, and to cheer the ministers. The India Office has a fixed "Council...
Page 327 - L'effet, pour le spectateur, doit être une espèce d'ébahissement. Comment tout cela s'est-il fait ? doit-on dire, et qu'on se sente écrasé sans savoir pourquoi.
Page 321 - J'en ai aimé une depuis quatorze ans jusqu'à vingt sans le lui dire, sans lui (sic) toucher; et j'ai été près de trois ans ensuite sans sentir mon sexe. J'ai cru un moment que je mourrais ainsi; j'en remerciais le ciel.
Page 340 - We command that Christian men be not, on any account, for altogether too little condemned to death : but rather let gentle punishments be decreed for the benefit of the people, and let not be destroyed for little God's handy-work, and His own purchase which he dearly bought.
Page 231 - I beg to direct your attention to Africa : I know that in a few years I shall be cut off in that country, which is now open ; do not let it be shut again ! I go back to Africa to try to make an open path for commerce and Christianity ; do you carry out the work which I have begun. I LEAVE IT WITH YOU !" In a prefatory letter prefixed to the volume entitled Dr.
Page 34 - He came when poets had forgot How rich and strange the human lot; How warm the tints of Life; how hot Are Love and Hate; And what makes Truth divine, and what Makes Manhood great.

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