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|Burke writes in an early essay: Dignity? Yes, there seems to be a thirst for |
personal dignity. There is a trace of the hysterical, the devious, in this need of
dignity. Dignity belongs to the conquered; one leaves the room with dignity when
he has ...
|Joseph Barber. has been preaching to you the word of God, and performing all |
the other offices of an evangelical Pastor. He was not an idle shepherd, but very-
laborious, was willing to spend himself and to be spent in the service of Christ ...
|... relevancy ; and, above all, the natural dignity that belongs to ' the foremost man |
of all this world ' writing the history that he had himself made—whoever cares for
these things should read Caesar's Commentaries, and he will have his reward.
|... interesting in the history of man, what would have been the fate of the ancient |
world if Carthage had conquered Rome ? ... like that of Greece and Rome, is
miserably barren in all that belongs to the history of society, political, commercial
|But the greatness of the Chancellor belongs to a later time than that with which |
we are now dealing. The days when the chancellorship could add fresh dignity to
a Bishop, or even to a Primate of all England, were yet to come.
|The law which had marked the crime of Eadburh by lessening the dignity of the |
wife of the West-Saxon King was now ... This may be a nominal exercise of
authority now, or it may belong to the short time in 1070-107 1, between the real ...
|of theunion, mistaken in the means of consulting even barren dignity, when they |
prefer the present situation of Ireland to its ... as well as to Ireland, the
communication of these imperial advantages seems to belong to the very nature
of the case, ...
|... limbs, and royal dignity, and to keep his laws, which he requires to be |
maintained, and, nevertheless, dost now endeavour ... Wherefore, putting
ourselves and all that belongs to us under the protection of our lord the pope, we
cite thee to his ...
|It is this very dignity of man and mankind that can be found as well in the oldest |
sources of Judaism, where Adam, Hd-adam, 'clay which thinks', emerges as the
universal man, saint and sinner, whom we should always imagine, when ...