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1917 - 2000 pages
|Fourth, eleventh, ninth, and sixth, Thirty days to each affix; Every other thirty-one |
Except the second month alone. ... Napoleon I. Tombs are the clothes of the dead
: a grave is but a plain suit, and a rich monument is one embroidered. ... Joubert.
When old Time shall lead him to his end, goodnoss and he fill up one monument.
... Hazlitt, Monuments may be builded to express the affection or pride of friends,
or to display their wealth, but they are only valuable for the characters which they
Anna Lydia Ward - 1889 - 701 pages
|MONUMENTS — see Cemeteries, Epitaphs, Grave, The, Immortality, Trees. ... |
Tombs are the clothes of the dead : a gtave is but a plain suit, and a rich
monument is one embroidered. ... Monuments may be buikled to express the
affection or pri,le of friends, or to display their wealth, but they are only valuable
for the characters which they perpetuate. ... When we see the many grave-stones
which have fallen in. which have been defaced by the footsteps of the
congregation, which lie ...
|Fuller, R. Buckminster Gold and silver from the dead turn often into lead. - Fuller, |
R. Buckminster Tombs are the clothes of the dead and a grave is a plain suit;
while an expensive monument is one with embroidery. - Fuller, R. Buckminster
|THE ILEIISTBATED often cumbious material is now made valuable by the |
invention ... We must not conclude these remarks without e ressing our
admiration for the original statue of this figure-one of t a most felicitous works of
the ... The restrictions imposed by the art, when only a single figure is attempted,
are very ... This very complimentary epitaph is engraved on the tomb of Miss
Dollman, at Leasowes. ... They were treated with every kindness, but some of the
Crew died from the ...