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|6 Not observation of a duty but liberty itself is the pledge that assures fidelity. |
ELLEN KEY (1849-1926), Swedish author, feminist. The Moulily of Woman and
Other Essays. "The Morality of Woman" (191 1). 7 Constancy has nothing virtuous
|After some generations so educated, under the influence of relationships thus |
arranged, we shall see marriages such as even now not a few are seen, in which
not observation of a duty but liberty itself is the pledge that assures fidelity.
|Not observation of a duty but liberty itself is the pledge that assures fidelity. - Key, |
Ellen Constancy is the complement of all other human virtues. - Mazzini,
Giuseppe Fidelity is seven-tenths of business success. - Parton, James
Constancy has ...
Thomas Hughes Milner - 1857 - Read
|tion of the bride to the bridegroom ensures her fidelity as a ]□ wife. ... So < |
baptism declares the disciple not only holy to the Lord in ,' the present life, but is
the pledge to him of the redemption j of his body ... Being the temple of God, its
service is sacred alike in itself and to the people ... By his one offering their sins
are i remitted ; by his blood they have liberty to enter the holiest; ! through his
flesh a new and living ... order was, disciple, baptize, teach to observe all things
|They had the ** liberty to petition Parliament, and let them petition to have Keogh |
hung. ... the world, that there is an undying principle in our heart that assures us £
that all this is false—that we are not prosperous—that we would not be . ... We
have "" come here, then, to renew our duty to our country; we all pledge
ourselves *: that we shall unite to free our trampled country. ... An attempt was
made at this stage to read letters from persons explaining why they could not
attend, but, at the ...
|41sT CONG....2D SESS. liberty is but licentiousness and free government but an |
empty and delusive name. Mr. Speaker, with the solemnity of the Cosmogo- mat
in the Vicar of Wakefield some of the supporters of this bill have assured Virginia
•that ... he add that if this be true "Not a State in the Union or even the
Government itself has a republican form of government. ... The conviction that
justice is the highest expediency for the statesman, the first duty of the nation, and
should be the ...
Louis Freeland Post, Alice Thatcher Post, Stoughton Cooley - 1900 - Read - More editions
|The peace which we are pledged to leave to the Cuban people must carry with it |
the guaranties of permanence. ... for the reconstruction of Cuba as a free
commonwealth on abiding foundations of right, justice, liberty and assured order.
... until free Cuba shall be a reality, not a name; a perfect entity, not a hasty
experiment bearing within itself the elements of failure. ... it will be pursued with
earnestness and fidelity We are not waging war against the inhabitants of the
|Our duty is not, as is asserted, to take part either with or against the people, but to |
become mediators, to check the popular ... A voice well known to the friends of
liberty now makes itself heard ; it is that of Lafayette, always equally courageous
and skilful in ... was willing to incur the risk of a protest of which he read the
outline, and in which fidelity to the king was stilt professed. "This protest was
adopted, notwithstanding the courageous observation of M. LafHtte, who
declared it to be ...
|Our duty is not, as is asserted, to take part cither with or againxt the people, but to |
become mediator*, to check the ... A voice well known to the friends of liberty now
made itself heard ; it was that of Lafayetlc, always equally courageous and skilful
... was willing to incur the risk of a protest of which he read the outline, and in
which fidelity to the king was still professed. This protest was adopted,
notwithstanding the courageous observation of M. Laffittc, who declared it to be
insufficient and ...
|I beg of you to believe that my not answering it sooner did not proeeed from |
inattention to you, or a want of feeling for your situation ... I eannot take leave of
you, sir, without assuring you, that in whatever light my ageney in this unpleasant
affair may be ... but by what I eoneeived to be a sense of duty, whieh loudly
ealled upon me to use measures, however disagreeable, ... The same paeket
brought likewise a letter from Asgill's mother, so touehing in itself, and at the
same time so linked ...