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|Disraeli, Benjamin The young feel tired at the end of an action, the old at the |
beginning. - Eliot, T. S. Lets tell young people the best books are yet to written;
the best painting, the best government the best of everything is yet to be done by
Francis Ellingwood Abbot, William James Potter, Benjamin Franklin Underwood - 1879 - Read - More editions
|Theoretically our government is a government of the people, by the people, for |
the people. ... This ancient saying has not yet lost its point But I have faith that
there are men of force and pluck in all our cities, towns, and villages ... But now
that wealth has proved a dead-sea apple in so many hands, I can hut hope that
once again our best young men, upon the ... us lynx-eyed to search them out Mr.
Emerson has written recently, "Let the passion for America cast out the passion
|Better yet, don't let squeaks occur at all. ... Use it for cleaning. oiling and keeping |
in good condition any make of magneto. ... Get them. Three-in-One Oil Co. 42
EUM. Broadway New York It is generally recognized that Germany's emptiness is
as a ... prices, which were in some cases even lower than the prices set by the
Dutch Government for Holland's own markets. ... so that no Dutch speculator can
do any cornering at the expense of the people; and these prices he cannot raise
by so ...
|The past year I tested Thirty Strains of Seed, find the Extra Early Dwarf Erfurt has |
the Best Heading Qualities. ... Edwin E. Slosson, in his splendid book, ','_Creative
Chemistry," quotes one of the greatest French chemists. ... Scatter the contents of
a few small boxes on the ground and a dense, smoky mist will arise, a deadly fog
fatal to everything living within its area. ... Fortunately a preference for smoked
meats containing skippers is yet to be reported, even by those who like their ...
|This young artist is destined to attain to much distinction in his profession. The |
painter appears to have fixed the time of his scene a few moments before
sundown, and during the delightful period of the Indian summer. ... a thimbleful of
common sense, nor an atom of good breeding, all which he took in very good
part, I confess ; yet, some how or other, ... to teach reading, writing, and
arithmetick, and £nglish grammar, not only without rules, but for a long time
without books ; tho parts of ...
|Here the painter lived, under the assumed name of Booth, not Brook, as related |
net of last week ; and he was known ... of the picturesque ; but the great painter,
_doubtless. enjoyed the prospect from his lodging window across the Thamcs. ...
I then cheered them on, but,as their hands were almot scarified from their
laborious exertions. it was almost ... The last boat was just launchy water with
people in it. .... The valiant and able veteran-every inch a soldier of Britain's best
mould and ...
|Although this book is primarily of photographs, it is also a brief history of the |
British movie industry. ... These are stars of the British cinema and although most
of the people will be familiar to any adult audience, a few of the names will not ...
On leaving town to paint his peaceful marinades he exclaimed "let's go and get
drunk on light again; that's a consolation. ... of thin material, or perhaps Bonderoff
is simply giving readers with a short attention span yet another chance BEST
|Yvhen the people are the Government citizens have less control than when there |
is a King to hold responsible. ... But the sovereign people have left the machine
they created to run itself, and have done so because imperfectly informed of ... Dr.
Cleveland's last words are that we need most of all " to have the facts brought to
the test of the best of all laws-—an .... And yet his volume, coinciding as does its
appearance with the renewal of general interest in the thought of the Schoolmen,
|As the dark man and the peaceful woman gather power, the survivors will have to choose between them—and ultimately decide the fate of all humanity. (This edition includes all of the new and restored material first published in The Stand: ...|