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" Universe, and will also work there, for good or for evil, openly or secretly, throughout all time. But the life of every man is as the wellspring of a stream, whose small beginnings are indeed plain to all, but whose ulterior course and destination, as... "
The Squatter and the Don - 190. lappuse
autors: MarÕa Amparo Ruiz de Burton - 1997 - 352 lapas
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The baptist Magazine

1858 - 860 lapas
...for good or for evil, openly or secretly, throughont all time. But the life of every man is as the well-spring of a stream, whose small beginnings are indeed plain to all, but whose ulterior courses and destination as it winds through the expanses of iuflnite years, only the Omniscient can...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, 2. sējums

Thomas Carlyle - 1838 - 468 lapas
...for good or for evil, openly or secretly, throughout all time. But the life of every man is as the well-spring of a stream, whose small beginnings are...their sovereign ? Is it to be a nameless brook, and will its tiny waters, among millions of other brooks and rills, increase the current of some world's-river...
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Critical and miscellaneous essays, collected and republ

Thomas Carlyle - 1840 - 862 lapas
...for good or for evil, openly or secretly, throughout aJl time. But the life of every man is as the wellspring of a stream, whose small beginnings are...only the Omniscient can discern. Will it mingle with neighbouring rivulets, as a tributary ; or receive them as their sovereign 1 Is it to be a nameless...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays

Thomas Carlyle - 1845 - 594 lapas
...for good or for evil, openly or secretly, throughout all time. But the life of every man is as the well-spring of a stream, whose small beginnings are...only the Omniscient can discern. Will it mingle with neighbouring rivulets, as a tributary; or receive them as their sovereign ? * Memoirss svr Voltaire,...
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Amaranth

1849 - 350 lapas
...to the range which the spirit of good which she implants may take ? " The life of every being is the well-spring of a stream, whose small beginnings are indeed plain to all, but whose ulterior course or destination, as it winds through the expanse of infinite years, only the Omniscient can discern."...
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The Modern British Essayists: Carlyle, Thomas. Critical and miscellaneous essays

1852 - 590 lapas
...for good or for evil, openly or secretly, throughout all time. But the life of every man is as the well-spring of a stream, whose small beginnings are...only the Omniscient can discern. Will it mingle with neighbouring rivulets, as a tributary ; or receive them as their sovereign 1. * Mcmoireisltr Voltaire,...
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The Token of Friendship: An Offering for All Seasons ...

1853 - 406 lapas
...to the range which the spirit of good which she implants may take ? " The life of every being is the well-spring of a stream, whose small beginnings are indeed plain to all, but whose ulterior course or destination, as it winds through the expanse of infinite years, only the Omniscient can discern."...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays: Complete in One Volume

Thomas Carlyle - 1857 - 604 lapas
...for good or for evil, openly or secretly, throughout all time. But the life of every man is as the neighbouring rivulets, as a tributary ; or receive them as their sovereign ? * AKtnoireg aur Voltaire*...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays

Thomas Carlyle - 1859 - 628 lapas
...for good or -for evil, openly or secretly, throughout all time. But the life of every man is as the well-spring of a stream, whose small beginnings are...only the Omniscient can discern. Will it mingle with neighbouring rivulets, as a tributary ; or receive them as their sovereign ! * Mtmoirn sur Voltaire,...
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The Evening of Life, Or, Light and Comfort Amid the Shadows of Declining Years

Jeremiah Chaplin - 1859 - 326 lapas
...LIFE. THE life of every man is as the well-spring «. of a stream, whose small beginnings are indeed 12 plain to all, but whose ulterior course and destination,...of infinite years, only the Omniscient can discern. — Carlyh. A WORLDLY OLD MAN. THERE is not a more repulsive spectacle than an old man who will not...
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