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" a man of keen vision, before whom common disguises afforded no concealment. His understanding saw through the hollowness even of accomplished deceivers ; but there was a generous credulity in his heart. And so did our Peasant show himself among us ;... "
Essays - Сторінка 3
автори: Thomas Carlyle - 1883 - 64 стор.
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Classical English Reader: Selections from Standard Authors with Explanatory ...

Henry Norman Hudson - 1888 - 452 стор.
...world found no fitter business than quarrelling with smugglers and vintners, computing excise dues upon tallow, and gauging alebarrels ! In such toils was that mighty Spirit orrowfully wasted : and a hundred years may pass on, before another such is given us to waste. THOMAS...
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Famous English Authors of the Nineteenth Century

Sarah Knowles Bolton - 1890 - 451 стор.
...entanglements, which coiled closer and closer round him, till only death opened him an outlet. . . . " And this was he for whom the world found no fitter...quarrelling with smugglers and vintners, computing excise dues upon tallow, and gauging alebarrels! In such toils was that mighty spirit sorrowfully wasted...
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Dictionary of Quotations from Ancient and Modern English and Foreign Sources ...

1893 - 658 стор.
...than our force. Burke. Our peasant (liurns) showed himself araonp us, "a soul like an Л£оНап o CarlyU. Our pleasures are short, and can only charm at intervals ; love is a method of protracting...
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Selections from Carlyle

Thomas Carlyle - 1895 - 283 стор.
...generous credulity in his heart. And so did our Peasant show himself among us; 'a soul like an ^Eolian harp, in whose strings the vulgar wind, as it passed...he for whom the world found no fitter business than quarreling with smugglers and vintners, computing excise-dues upon tallow, and gauging ale-barrels...
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Die feierliche Sitzung

Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien - 1895
...(Bd. 33, S. 184), lautet im Original: „a soul like an Aeolian harp, in whose strings, the tulgar wind, as it passed through them, changed itself into...melody". And this was he for whom the world found no fltter business than quarr elling with smugglers and eintners, eomputing excise-dues upon tollow and...
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Thomas Carlyle's Essay on Robert Burns

Thomas Carlyle - 1896 - 110 стор.
...his Heart. And so did our Peasant show himself among us; "a soul like an ./Eolian harp, in whose 15 strings the vulgar wind, as it passed through them,...quarrelling with smugglers and vintners, computing excise dues upon tallow, and gauging ale-barrels! In such 20 toils was that mighty Spirit sorrowfully...
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Selections from Carlyle

Thomas Carlyle - 1896 - 283 стор.
...generous credulity in his heart. And so did our Peasant show himself among us; 'a soul like an ^Colian harp, in whose strings the vulgar wind, as it passed...he for whom the world found no fitter business than quarreling with smugglers and vintners, computing excise-dues upon tallow, and gauging ale-barrels!...
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An Essay on Robert Burns

Thomas Carlyle - 1896 - 90 стор.
...credulity in his heart. And so did our peasant show himself among us " a soul like an asolian harp,1 in whose strings the vulgar wind, as it passed through...he for whom the world found no fitter business than quarreling with smugglers and vintners, computing excise dues 1 An aeolian harp is a stringed instrument...
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Carlyle's Essay on Burns

Thomas Carlyle - 1896 - 96 стор.
...generous credulity in his heart. And so did our Peasant show himself among us; "a soul like an yEoliau harp, in whose strings the vulgar wind, as it passed...them, changed itself into articulate melody." And this 5 was he for whom the world found no fitter business than quarrelling with smugglers and vintners,...
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Carlyle's Essay on Burns

Thomas Carlyle - 1896 - 96 стор.
...strings the vulgar wind, as it passed through them, changed itself into articulate melody." And this 5 was he for whom the world found no fitter business than quarrelling with smugglers and Yintners, computing excisedues upon tallow, and gauging ale-barrels! In such toils was that mighty...
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