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" And now it is all gone — like an unsubstantial pageant faded ; and between us and the old English there lies a gulf of mystery which the prose of the historian will never adequately bridge. "
A Short History of English Commerce and Industry - Сторінка 118
автори: Langford Lovell Price - 1900 - 252 стор.
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New Monthly Magazine, Том 107

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, William Harrison Ainsworth, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood - 1856
...unfixed from its foundations, was seen to be but a small atom in the awful vastness of the universe. In the fabric of habit in which they had so laboriously...gulf of mystery which the prose of the historian will nerer adequately bridge. They cannot come to us, and our imagination can but feebly penetrate to them....
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The Catholic institute magazine [afterw.] The Institute

Liverpool cath. inst - 1856
...had so laboriously built for themselves, mimkind were to remain no longer. And now it is lui gone; and between us and the old English there lies a gulf of mystery. They cannot come to us, and our imagination can but feebly penetruto to them. Only among the aisles...
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The national reading books, adapted to the government code. adapted ..., Том 4

1871
...Kensington Museum have seen copies of some of their glorious works. Thus the Middle Ages passed away, " and between us and the old English there lies a gulf of mystery. They B 2 cannot come to us, and our imagination can but feebly reach to them. Only among the aisles...
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The Violin and Its Music

George Hart - 1881 - 484 стор.
...sound of sweet music, is almost a profitless task, since "All — to use the words of Mr. Froude — is gone, like an unsubstantial pageant faded ; and between...prose of the historian will never adequately bridge." To render an account of the Viol in England, at all approaching completeness, is not possible : its...
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The Canadian Magazine of Politics, Science, Art & Literature, Том 1

J. Gordon Mowat, John Alexander Cooper, Newton MacTavish - 1893
...was. As Froude, in one of his most eloquent and poetic passages, has said of mediaeval England : " And now it is all gone — like ' an unsubstantial pageant faded ' — and between us and those old days and times ' there lies a gulf of mystery which the prose of the historian will never...
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Exeter College

William John Francis Keatley Stride - 1900 - 262 стор.
...secondly, because, between us and those times, as one of the most eloquent of Exeter men has written, " there lies a gulf of mystery which the prose of the historian will never adequately bridge."* The conditions and ideals of Oxford life have changed so completely that, till some new Carlyle arises...
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Exeter college (Oxford University).

William John Francis Keatley Stride - 1900 - 262 стор.
...secondly, because, between us and those times, as one of the most eloquent of Exeter men has written, " there lies a gulf of mystery which the prose of the historian will never adequately bridge."* The conditions and ideals of Oxford life have changed so completely that, till some new Carlyle arises...
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The Life of Froude

Herbert Woodfield Paul - 1905 - 454 стор.
...foundations, was seen to be but a small atom in the awful vastness of the universe. In the fabric of habit which they had so laboriously built for themselves,...pageant faded; and between us and the old English themselves a gulf of mystery which the prose of the historian will never adequately bridge. They cannot...
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The Life of Froude

Herbert W. Paul - 1906 - 454 стор.
...is all gone — like an unsubstantial pageant faded ; and between us and the old English themselves a gulf of mystery which the prose of the historian...cannot come to us, and our imagination can but feebly pene- , trate to them. Only among the aisles of the -S cathedrals, only before the silent figures sleeping...
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An Anthology of Modern English Prose: (1741 to 1892).

1911 - 451 стор.
...into an infinite abyss of immeasurable And now it is all gone — like an unsubstantial pageant iao e and between us and the old English there lies a gulf of xrvjsVe^) which the prose of the historian will never adequately t>n&ge. They cannot come to us, and...
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