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" We live by Admiration, Hope, and Love ; And, even as these are well and wisely fixed, In dignity of being we ascend. "
Autobiography of Mrs. Fletcher: With Letters and Other Family Memorials - Page i
by Eliza Fletcher, Mrs. Fletcher (Eliza Dawson) - 1876 - 376 pages
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The Excursion,: Being a Portion of The Recluse, a Poem

William Wordsworth - 1814 - 447 pages
...dwindles, and decays ; And countless generations of Mankind Depart; and leave no vestige where they trod. We live by admiration, hope, and love ; And even as...well and wisely fixed, In dignity of being we ascend. But what is error ? — " Answer he who can !" The Sceptic somewhat haughtily exclaimed, " Love, Hope,...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Volume 5

William Wordsworth - 1827
...dwindles, and decays ; And countless generations of Mankind Depart ; and leave no vestige where they trod. We live by admiration, hope, and love ; And even as...well and wisely fixed, In dignity of being we ascend. But what is error ?" — " Answer he who can !" The Sceptic somewhat haughtily exclaimed, " Love, Hope,...
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The Excursion: A Poem

William Wordsworth - 1836 - 374 pages
...dwindles, and decays ; And countless generations of mankind Depart ; and leave no vestige where they trod. We live by Admiration, Hope, and Love ; And, even...well and wisely fixed, In dignity of being we ascend. But what is error ? " — " Answer he who can ! " The Sceptic somewhat haughtily exclaimed : " Love,...
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Literary and Theological Review, Volume 3

Leonard Woods, Charles D. Pigeon - Theology - 1836
...its highest welfare. " Man liveth not by bread alone," any more as a nation than as an individual. We live by Admiration, Hope, and Love, And even as these are well and worthily Axed, In dignity of being we ascend. WORDSWORTH. National well-being consists in the development...
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Doveton: or, The man of many impulses, by the author of 'Jerningham'.

John William Kaye (sir.) - 1837
...and admiration are stronger principles than envy. "We live by admiration, hope, and love, And e'en as these are well and wisely fixed. In dignity of being we ascend ; " • and I did not think so meanly of my fellow-creatures, as to believe, that by the encouragement...
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Calcutta Monthly Journal and General Register ...

1839
...contemn, to sympathize with than to shun our fellows. We live by admiration, hope and lore, And e'en as these are well and wisely fixed In dignity of being we ascend. We need not say that these lines are Wordsworth's, nor point out the severity with which they may be...
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The Excursion: A Poem

William Wordsworth - 1841 - 374 pages
...dwindles, and decays ; And countless generations of mankind Depart ; and leave no vestige where they trod. We live by Admiration, Hope, and Love ; And, even...well and wisely fixed, In dignity of being we ascend. But what is error ? " — " Answer he who can ! " The Sceptic somewhat haughtily exclaimed : " Love,...
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Christian Examiner, Volume 2; Volume 37

Theology - 1844
...Now as the intellect is fed with truth, so the heart is fed with love and the kindred sentiments. " We live by admiration, hope, and love, And even as...and wisely fixed, In dignity of being we ascend." But even where they are less "wisely fixed " — that is, where they arc associated with many and gross...
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The Christian Examiner and Religious Miscellany

Liberalism (Religion) - 1844
...Now as the intellect is fed with truth, so the heart is fed with love and the kindred sentiments. " We live by admiration, hope, and love, And even as...and wisely fixed, In dignity of being we ascend." But even where they are less "wisely fixed" —that is, where they are associated with many and gross...
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The Catholic magazine, Volume 3

1844
...without which, it may possess merits, but cannot be true to itself. Wordsworth says, finely and truly : " We live by admiration, hope, and love ; And even as these are well ov wisely fixed, In dignity of being we ascend." It is because these high faculties are suffered to...
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