Elbert Hubbard's Scrap Book: Containing the Inspired and Inspiring Selections, Gathered During a Life Time of Discriminating Reading for His Own Use
A collection of more than seven hundred quotations from the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.
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The poor things had come in through the open window . When the windows were closed they found them- selves prisoners . Unable to see the transparent obstacle , they had hurled themselves against the glass panes on all sides ...
Only the dis- Serene , I fold my hands and wait , Nor care for wind nor tide nor sea : I rave no more ' gainst time or fate , For , lo ! my own shall come to me . I stay my haste , I make delays : For what avails this eager pace ?
... and , though I do not cast my eyes away from troubles , I pack them into as small a compass as I can for myself , and never let them annoy others . - Robert Southey . Ꮽ Ꮽ Come , follow me , and leave the world to its babblings .
I think it's the seventh verse : ' And the Lord said , I have surely seen the affliction of my people which are in Egypt , and have heard their cry by reason of their taskmasters ; for I know their sorrows ; " ' And I am come down to ...
I Ꮽ Ꮽ C CAN no more understand that any serious injury can come to my moral nature from disbelief in Samson than from disbelief in Jack the Giant - Killer I care as little for Goliath as for the giant Blunderbore .
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A variety of materials collected without citation to sources, and not in any topical or sequential order, and not organized with a Table of Contents. However, three Indexes are provided with nice ... Read full review
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Limited preview - 1999