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Autobiographic Sketches Selections, Grave and Gay

By: Thomas de Quincey

...ent of any power to make such a transfer that I may be found to possess by law or custom in America. I wish this transfer were likely to be of more va... ...I did not. The obstacle in fact had been in part the shifting state of the law which regulated literary property, and especially the property in perio... ... me a sharer in the profits of the publication, called upon to do so by no law whatever, and assuredly by no expectation of that sort upon my part. T ... ...et requiem that belonged to its departure. 9 “Everlasting Jew.”—Der ewige Jude—which is the common German expression for “The Wandering Jew,” and sub... ...as my commander-in-chief, whenever we “took the field;” sec- ondly, by the law of nations, I, being a cadet of my house, owed suit and service to him ... ...aking, to make me lie down, and to set his foot upon my neck; lastly, by a law not so rigorous, but valid amongst gentlemen,—viz., “by the comity of n...

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Sartor Resartus the Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdr Ockh

By: Thomas Carlyle

...an eye witness of distant transactions and scenes, they called him the Ewige Jude, Everlasting, or as we say, Wandering Jew. REMINISCENCES 13 To the ... ...sopher explain, not why I wear such and such a Garment, obey such and such a Law; but even why I am here, to wear and obey anything!— Much, therefore,... ...rs, has become obsolete, and were now a foreigner to his Europe. Thus is the Law of Progress secured; and in Clothes, as in all other external things ... ...t he too a Defender of Property, and Sovereign armed with the terrors of the Law?), to a certain royal Immunity and Inviolability; which, however, mis... ...twagen could be other than some terrestrial Moon, rising and setting by mere Law of Nature, like the heavenly one; that it came on made highways, from... ...though in dreary enough humor, to be addressing himself to the Profession of Law;— whereof, indeed, the world has since seen him a public graduate. Bu... ...usic of Wisdom, succeeded in civilizing Man? Our highest Or pheus walked in Judea, eighteen hundred years ago: his sphere melody, flowing in wild nati...

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