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The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty

By: Juan Josafat Ben Ezra

...e heretofore in suffering flesh, shall come hereafter in glory. DEARLY BELOVED IN THE LORD. My soul is greatly afflicted because of the present ... ...awakened and even dead condition of all the churches, with respect to the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, which draweth nigh, and which, as I belie... ...his appearing that the crown of glory remaineth, I do exhort you, dearly beloved in the Lord, and as a friend and brother I do entreat you, yea, as ... ...assador of the great God our Saviour, whose servants you are, I do command you, in that High and Holy name at which every knee shall bow, that you ta... ... without any mediation or instrumentality of man’s teaching, I have felt that in a still higher degree my acknowledgments are due unto the Holy Spiri... ... monument unto all creation of the most blessed consequences of faith and fealty to the Highest, through all temptation and tribulation. “To the int... ...he highest and noblest of all the three, to which the other two serve but as guides and stewards. For no sooner hath man discovered any piece of know... ...y, who can doubt, that under Christ creatures of the same glorified humanity may be the stewards of that universal kingdom, and that the saints who a...

...he serious and formal examination of one single point; which, in the present constitution or system of the church and the world, appears to me of the highest importance; viz. Whether the ideas which we entertain concerning the coming of Messiah, that essential and fundamental article of our religion, be true and just ideas, faithfully drawn from the divine testimony, or no...

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On the Babylonian Captivity of the Church

By: Martin Luther

...heir ears itch to hear it, I will sing it for them and I will pitch it in a high key. Dost thou take my meaning, beloved Rome?” 3 In this book on th... ...itherto, he will not really “change his tune,” but will only “pitch it in a higher key.” This book is therefore only a skirmish preliminary to the m... ...een exercised by the misuse of the sacraments, chiefly the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper. After Luther had promised in his first reformatory treati... ...se should expect from me a treatise on the sacraments [besides baptism, the Lord’s Supper, and penance] until I am taught by what text I can prove t... ... sacraments of the Roman church, but devotes nearly half of the book to the Lord’s Supper and Baptism. The worst tyranny of the papacy he finds in t... ...rthlessness. The second is that, even if we were worthy, these things are so high that our fainthearted nature does not dare to aspire to them or hop... ... I Cor. 4[:1]: “This is how one should regard us, as servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries, or sacraments, 127 of God.” Instead he seeks ... ...le, who says: “This is how one should regard us, as ministers of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God” [I Cor. 4:1]. Just as, when he said: “H... ...n I Cor. 4[:1]: “This is how one should regard us, as servants of Christ and stewards of the ‘mysteries’ of God,” that is, the sacraments. For where ...

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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...r Representative, Mr. A. Tucker, at Bemis' During tlie Season EVERALL BROS High-Class Tailors 259Sth Avenue, New York ALrDGATE ARROW CLUPECO SHRUNK <J... ...ovements will turn upon the positive oonstructive policy of acooniplishing high pur- poses, (me of wl)ioh is the aboli- tion of child labor. This, unt... ... fact that we have to face a problem every Vjit as difficult as that which Lord Shaftsbury faced. The capitalistic influences here have been stronger ... ...glUy ipiestion with na wliellior wu have drawn a pair of (ieuo«a or a jack high. In tha traok moot did (^roen boat Kelley? No! The Dean wouldirt lot h... ...wn and he is thereafter lecognizeil only in se- cret. (Jne (lay he detects Lord Wiutcrset in an attempt to cheat him, ami. by threats of disclosure, f... ...s divided, impersonated chiefly the three characters Monsieur Beancaire, ! Lord Winterset and Lady Mary. \A\\ were exceedingly well por I trayed, hut ... .... Mitchell, Wood- rutr, 1910. Erkine. : Rooney, Waldo. At a meeting of the stewards of the various fraternities held in Hopkins Hall, Monday evening, ...

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Signature for Sunshine

By: Christine Jones

...ir into a ponytail. “Besides, isn’t it a woman’s glory?” “Don’t quote the Lord’s words at me when you’re angry girl. You know who’ll come off second... ...hurry and looked up at the ceiling before muttering to himself. “Thank you Lord for creating only one of her.” The woman ran along the sidewalk, passi... ...ed down the footpath rolling her eyes with embarrassment. Not even Elka’s high-pitched voice, calling out to her older sister and caught everyone el... ...ehold, for meeting our needs and blessing us with your gracious presence. Lord continue to watch over us as we…” “Mitchell,” Elka squealed, fighting... ...from Julian’s big puppy-like eyes, down plump cheeks onto the tray of the high chair. “Oh for god’s sake!” She was further aggravated with Julian ad... ... hair. He drew his mother’s attention to a puddle of soup beside Julian’s high chair. “Julian!” Chris thumped her fist on the table. “He’s only littl... ...ad down muttering away to himself. It was time for the offering and as the stewards collected, Rick fumbled around in his pockets. Bill shook his hea...

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Codex Junius 11

By: S. A. J. Bradley

...d. LIBER I I (ll. 1 28) Right is it that we praise the King of heaven, the Lord of hosts, and love Him with all our hearts. For He is great in power, ... ...ur hearts. For He is great in power, the Source of all created things, the Lord Almighty. Never hath He known beginning, neither cometh an end of His ... ...s magnified their Prince and sang His praise with glad ness, serving the Lord of life, exceeding blessed in His splendour. They knew no sin nor any ... ...ld take the kingdom, and easily. But their hope failed them when the Lord, High King of heaven, lifted His hand against their host. The erring spirits... ...a better host, the great creation, the native seats and gleaming mansions, high in heaven, wherefrom these boastful foes had got them forth. Therefore... ...t he turned him to a worse thing, and strove to stir up strife against the Highest Lord of heaven, who sitteth on the throne of glory. (ll. 261 276) ... ...land’s end. And there they pitched a camp and rested, for they were weary. Stewards brought the warriors food and strengthened them. And when the trum...

...Excerpt: LIBER I. (ll. 1-28) Right is it that we praise the King of heaven, the Lord of hosts, and love Him with all our hearts. For He is great in power, the Source of all created things, the Lord Almighty. Never hath He known beginning, neither cometh an end of His eternal glory. Ever in majesty He rei...

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Barchester Towers

By: Anthony Trollope

...illed the chair with meek authority, took place exactly as the ministry of Lord—was going to give place to that Lord—. The illness of the good old man... ...th reference to the killing of cats, and those who know anything either of high or low government places, will be well aware that a promise may be mad... ... be made without positive words, and that an expectant may be put into the highest state of encouragement, though the great man on whose breath he han... ... but he could not. The race was so very close, and the stakes were so very high. He then looked at the dying man’s impas- sive, placid face. There was... ...d those staring eyes. ‘It’s all over, Mrs Phillips?’ asked Mr Harding. ‘My lord’s no more, ’ said Mrs Phillips, turning round and curtseying with a so... ...’ said Mrs Phillips, turning round and curtseying with a solemn face; ‘His lordship’s gone more like a sleeping baby than any that I ever saw. ’ ‘It’s... ...ollars to be grinned through (this latter amusement was an addition of the stewards, and not arranged by Miss Thorne in the original programme), and e...

...o be the new Bishop? The death of old Dr. Grantly, who had for many years filled the chair with meek authority, took place exactly as the ministry of Lord--was going to give place to that Lord--....

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Adam Bede

By: George Eliot

...f Hayslope, as it ap- peared on the eighteenth of June, in the year of our Lord 1799. The afternoon sun was warm on the five workmen there, busy upon ... ...nd the broad chest belonged to a large-boned, muscular man nearly six feet high, with a back so flat and a head so well poised that when he drew himse... ...h long strides, Gyp close to his heels, out of the workyard, and along the highroad leading away from the village and down to the valley. As he reache... ...had been butler to “the family” for fifteen years, and who, in his present high position, was necessarily very much in 12 Adam Bede contact with his ... ... hereabout. He’s an uncom- mon clever stiddy fellow, an’ wonderful strong. Lord bless you, sir—if you’ll hexcuse me for saying so—he can walk forty mi... ...em according to the free mercy which Thou didst show to her Speak to them, Lord, open their ears to my message, bring their sins to their minds, and m... ...t more by ill management o’ the woods, I’ll be bound, than ‘ud pay for two stewards. If he’s laid on the shelf, it’s to be hoped he’ll make way for a ...

...roomy workshop of Mr. Jonathan Burge, carpenter and builder, in the village of Hayslope, as it appeared on the eighteenth of June, in the year of our Lord 1799....

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Sonnets

By: William Shakespeare

... Let those who are in fauor with their stars . . . . . . . . . . . 28 26: Lord of my loue, to whome in vassalage . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 27: Wear... ...ore his beauty still, Attending on his goulden pilgrimage: But when from high-most pich with wery car, Like feeble age he reeleth from the day, Th... ... Who will beleeue my verse in time to come If it were fild with your most high deserts? Though yet heauen knowes it is but as a tombe Which hides y... ... 25: Let those who are in fauor with their stars Shakespeare: Sonnets 26: Lord of my loue, to whome in vassalage Lord of my loue, to whome in vassala... ...ue thee, Til then, not show my head where thou maist proue me - 28 - 26: Lord of my loue, to whome in vassalage Shakespeare: Sonnets 27: Weary with... ...euery pen, Reserue them for my loue, not for their rime, Exceeded by the hight of happier men. Oh then voutsafe me but this louing thought, Had my... ... from expence, They are the Lords and owners of their faces, Others, but stewards of their excellence: The sommers flowre is to the sommer sweet, ...

...fect actor on the stage, 25 -- 24: Mine eye hath play?d the painter and hath steeld, 26 -- 25: Let those who are in fauor with their stars, 27 -- 26: Lord of my loue, to whome in vassalage, 28 -- 27: Weary with toyle, I hast me to my bed, 29 -- 28: How can I then returne in happy plight, 30 -- 29: When in disgrace with Fortune and mens eyes, 31 -- 30: When to the Sessions ...

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The Holy Bible

By: Various

...f the heavens and of the earth when they were created, in the day that the LORD God made the earth and the heavens, 5 And every plant of the eld befo... ...re it was in the earth, and every herb of the eld before it grew: for the LORD God had not caused it to rain upon the earth, and there was not a man ... ...a mist from the earth, and watered the whole face of the ground. 7 And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostri... ...aters. 19 And the waters prevailed exceedingly upon the earth; and all the high hills, that were under the whole heaven, were covered. 20 Fifteen cubi... ...g of Salem brought forth bread and wine: and he was the priest of the most high God. 19 And he blessed him, and said, Blessed be Abram of the most hig... ...e most high God, possessor of heaven and earth: 20 And blessed be the most high God, which hath delivered thine enemies into thy hand. And he gave him... ...d the captains over the thousands, and captains over the hundreds, and the stewards over all the substance and possession of the king, and of his sons... ... said unto him, How is it that I hear this of thee? give an account of thy stewardship; for thou mayest be no longer steward. 3 Then the steward said ... ... said within himself, What shall I do? for my lord taketh away from me the stewardship: I cannot dig; to beg I am ashamed. 4 I am resolved what to do,...

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The Holy Bible

By: Various

...s of the heaven and the earth, when they were created, in the day that the Lord God made the heaven and the earth: 5 And every plant of the eld befor... ...rung up in the earth, and every herb of the ground before it grew: for the Lord God had not rained upon the earth; and there was not a man to till the... ...ng rose out of the earth, watering all the surface of the earth. 7 And the Lord God formed man of the slime of the earth: and breathed into his face t... ...ty days upon the earth: and the waters increased, and lifted up the ark on high from the earth. 18 For they over owed exceedingly: and lled all on th... ...rs. 19 And the waters prevailed beyond measure upon the earth: and all the high mountains un- der the whole heaven were covered. 20 The water was fte... ...ains un- der the whole heaven were covered. 20 The water was fteen cubits higher than the mountains which it covered. 21 And all esh was destroyed t... ...nd said to him: How is it that I hear this of thee? give an account of thy stewardship: for now thou canst be steward no longer. 3 And the steward sai... ...d within himself: What shall I do, because my lord taketh away from me the stewardship? To dig I am not able; to beg I am ashamed. 4 I know what I wil... ...am ashamed. 4 I know what I will do, that when I shall be removed from the stewardship, they may receive me into their houses. 5 Therefore calling tog...

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The First Book of The

By: Anonymous

... Canaanitess. And Er, the firstborn of Judah, was evil in the sight of the LORD; and he slew him. 4 And Tamar his daughter in law bore him Pharez and ... ... Chronicles 5:24 – 6:14 16 15 And Jehozadak went into captivity, when the LORD carried away Judah and Jerusalem by the hand of Nebuchadnezzar. 16 The... ...these are they whom David set over the service of song in the house of the LORD, after that the ark had rest. 32 And they ministered before the dwelli... ...snowy day. 23 And he slew an Egyptian, a man of great stature, five cubits high; and in the Egyptian’s hand was a spear like a weaver’s beam; and he w... ... LORD had confirmed him king over Israel, for his kingdom was lifted up on high, because of his people Israel. 3 And David took more wives at Jerusale... ...st, and his brethren the priests, before the tabernacle of the LORD in the high place that was at Gibeon, 40 To offer burnt offerings unto the LORD up... ...d the captains over the thousands, and captains over the hundreds, and the stewards over all the substance and possession of the king, and of his sons...

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The Nibelungenlied

By: Daniel B. Shumway

...elungenlied The Nibelungenlied Author Unknown Originally written in Middle High German (M.H.G.), sometime around 1200 A.D., although this dating is by... ...r epic may have been united about 1150. It was revised and translated into High German and circulated at South German courts about 1170, and then rece... ... scansion, and at the same time will give the reader an idea of the Middle High German language in which the poem is written: Uns ist in alten maeren ... ...cent portrayal; faithfulness unto death, the loyalty of the vassal for his lord, as depicted in Hagen, the fidelity of the wife for her husband, as sh... ...knight. This lady was their sister, the princes had her in their care. The lordings were free in giv- ing, of race high-born, passing bold of strength... ...s of strength. Rumolt (17) was master of the kitchen, a chosen knight; the lords Sindolt and Hunolt, liegemen of these three 30 The Nibelungenlied ki... ...e work of putting up the seats outside of Worms upon the strand. The royal stewards, too, were found at work. Ortwin and Gere would not desist, but se...

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Concerning Christian Liberty

By: Dr. Martin Luther

...e sword if it did not slay? Ac- cursed is the man who does the work of the Lord deceit- fully. Wherefore, most excellent Leo, I beseech you to accept ... ... perilous position. Let not those men deceive you who pretend that you are lord of the world; who will not allow any one to be a Christian without you... ...l gift. I commend myself to your Paternity and Bless- edness, whom may the Lord Jesus preserve for ever. Amen. Wittenberg, 6th September, 1520. CONCER... ... is an office of faith: that it honours with the utmost veneration and the highest reputa- tion Him in whom it believes, inasmuch as it holds Him to b... ... truth and righteousness with which we honour Him in whom we believe. What higher credit can we attribute to any one than truth and righteousness, and... ...of God, holds Him to be true and righteous; and it can attribute to God no higher glory than the credit of being so. The high- est worship of God is t... ...tfully called popes, bishops, and lords, it calls ministers, servants, and stewards, who are to serve the rest in the ministry of the word, for teachi... ...s Paul says, “Let a man so account of us as of the ministers of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God” (1 Cor. iv. 1). This bad system has now i...

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The Bedfordrow Conspiracy

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

...he Captain being of noble connections, younger son of a baronet, cousin to Lord X——, and related to the Y—— family, had angered all his relatives by m... ... A more honest, simple, clever, warm-hearted, soft, whimsical, romantical, high- spirited young fellow than John Perkins did not exist. When his fathe... ...r men for giving it up. When he spoke of the Duke, he used to call him “My Lord Wellington—I recollect him as Captain Wellesley.” He swore fearfully i... ...wice in the after- noon), and as Doctor Snorter uttered the prayer for the High Court of Parliament, his eye, the eye of his whole party—turned toward... ... instant. If I, however, cannot allow my name to appear among your list of stewards, one at least of the repre- sentatives of Oldborough has no such s... ...d out Lady Gorgon, with a dreadful intuition, and she drew back behind her lord. “D— it, madam, then dance with him!” said the Gen- eral. “Don’t you s... ... and am member of a profession by which a man may hope to rise to the very highest of- fices of the State.” “Profession, talents, offices of the State...

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The Iliad of Homer Done into English Prose

By: Andrew Lang

... Athwart the sunrise of our western day The form of great Achilles, high and clear, Stands forth in arms, wielding the Pelian spear. ... ...if ever Zeus grant us to sack some well walled town of T roy land.” To him lord Agamemnon made answer and said: “Not in this wise, strong as thou art,... ...ake; I have others by my side that shall do me honour, and above all Zeus, lord of counsel. Most hateful art thou to me of all kings, fosterlings of Z... ...at I ween is a gift to thee of God. Go home with thy ships and company and lord it among thy Myrmidons; I reck not aught of thee nor care I for thine ... ... least ought the Olympian to have granted me, even Zeus that thundereth on high; but now doth he not honour me, no, not one whit. Verily Atreus’ son, ... ...dess, enter in and loose him from his bonds, having with speed summoned to high Olympus him of the hundred arms whom gods call Briareus, but all men c... ...ps, and they who were helmsmen and kept the steerage of the ships, or were stewards there and dealt out food, even these came then to the place of ass...

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A Book of Golden Deeds

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...oldiers showed, that in the hour of need there was not wanting to them the highest and deepest ‘spirit of self-sacrifice.’ At some risk of prolixity, ... ...ent learn absolutely to look upon danger as an occasion for evinc- ing the highest qualities. ‘O Life, without thy chequer’d scene Of right and wrong,... ...ril, in oblivion, or recklessness of personal safety, in comparison with a higher object. That object is sometimes unworthy. In the lowest form of cou... ... he breathe his vow: ‘Here sleeps a self-devoted bride, Of old to save her lord she died. 13 Yo n g e She is a spirit now. Hail, bright and blest o... ...l: ‘Come, ye children, and hearken to me, I will teach you the fear of the Lord. What man is he that lusteth to live, And would fain see good days? Le... ...y brought it?’ And as a hallowed and precious gift, he poured out unto the Lord the water obtained at the 18 A Book of Golden Deeds price of such per... ...enly the lazaretto was left without superintendents, the hospitals without stewards; the judges, public officers, nota- ries, and most of the superior...

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Chronicles of the Canongate

By: Sir Walter Scott

...................................................................... 41 THE HIGHLAND WIDOW ............................................................... ............................................................ 209 NOTES TO THE HIGHLAND WIDOW. .............................................................. ................................................ 214 Note 10.—FIDELITY OF THE HIGHLANDERS. ................................................................. ...ly made; nor was there any concert betwixt my learned and respected friend Lord Meadowbank and myself upon that occasion. It was, as the reader is pro... ...ok 8 Chronicles of the Canongate place. Just before we sat down to table, Lord Meadowbank [One of the Supreme Judges of Scotland, termed Lords of Cou... ...e called the Waverley Novels? I did not immediately see the purpose of his lordship’s question, although I certainly might have been led to infer it, ... ...fol- lowed Mr. Murray’s address.) Sir Walter Scott gave “The Health of the Stewards.” Mr. Vandenhoff.—Mr. President and Gentlemen, the 32 Chronicles ... ...d Gentlemen, the 32 Chronicles of the Canongate honour conferred upon the Stewards, in the very flattering compliment you have just paid us, calls fo... ...r obligation had fallen into abler hands. (Hear, hear.) In the name of the Stewards, I most respectfully and cordially thank you for the honour you ha...

...the first series of Chronicles of the Canongate, consisting (besides a biographical sketch of the imaginary chronicler) of three tales, entitled ?The Highland Widow,? ?The Two Drovers,? and ?The Surgeon?s Daughter.? In the present volume the two first named of these pieces are included, together with three detached stories which appeared the year after, in the elegant comp...

...ONICLES OF THE CANONGATE ..................................................................................................................... 41 THE HIGHLAND WIDOW ................................................................................................................................... 109 MR. CROFTANGRY INTRODUCES ANOTHER TALE. .....................................

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The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley

By: Thomas Hutchinson

...ery act of transcribing his mind was apt to stray from the work in hand to higher things; he would lose himself in contemplating those airy abstrac- t... ...verse. Yet he was usually averse to expressing these feelings, except when highly idealized; and many of his more beautiful effusions he had cast asid... ... _200 And yet there is a moment When the sun’s highest point Peers like a star o’er ocean’s western edge, When those far c... ...ble, Shakespeare, Spenser, the Dramatists of the reign of Eliza- beth, and Lord Bacon (Milton stands alone in the age which he illumined.); the colder... ... names were hung In mockery o’er the fane where many a groan, As King, and Lord, and God, the conquering Fiend did own,— 29 29 29 29 29. ‘The Fiend, w... ... a new Heaven; myriads assemble there, _4435 Whom the proud lords of man, in rage or fear, Drive from their wasted homes: the boon I pr... ...pride, and lust, and length of days Wherein to act the deeds which are the stewards Of their revenue.—But much yet remains To which they show no title... ... _95 The standard-bearers in the van of Change. Be they th’ appointed stewards, to fill The lap of Pain, and Toil, and Age!— Remit, O Queen! thy ... ... _150 Nobles, and sons of nobles, patentees, Monopolists, and stewards of this poor farm, On whose lean sheep sit the prophetic crows, He...

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Essays of Travel

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...ing, I fancy, a shade of difference in the social scale. When people pass each other on the high seas of life at so early an age, the contact is but s... ... air; but towards nightfall the wind freshened, the rain began to fall, and the sea rose so high that it was difficult to keep ones footing on the dec... ...ither quite Scotsman nor altogether Irish, but of surprising clearness of conviction on the highest problems. He had gone nearly be- side himself on t... ...y; and I have heard him offer a situation to one of his fellow-passengers with the air of a lord. Nothing could overlie such a fellow; a kind of base ... ... conclusion. He was not only a great favourite among ourselves, but his songs attracted the lords of the saloon, who often leaned to hear him over the... ... Louis Stevenson the doctor, who would now be in the smoking-room over his pipe. One of the stewards was often enough to be found about this hour down... ... hope for our country outside of a sudden and complete political subver- sion. Down must go Lords and Church and Army; and capi- tal, by some happy di... ... the brass plate. T o such of the officers as knew about me—the doctor, the purser, and the stewards—I appeared in the light of a broad joke. The fact...

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The Mirror of the Sea

By: Joseph Conrad

...o wonder at, but I sup- pose I must admit that Mr. B-’s sentiment was of a higher order. Each of us, of course, was extremely anxious about the good a... ...al aspect of this bread-winning, is the attainment and preservation of the highest possible skill on the part of the crafts- men. Such skill, the skil... ... individual pride, rendered exact by profes- sional opinion, and, like the higher arts, it spurred on and sustained by discriminating praise. This is ... ...f an impla- cable autocrat out of a pale and frightened sky. He is the war-lord who sends his battalions of At- lantic rollers to the assault of our s... ...ks did the robber sheik hold the trade route of the earth, while our liege lord, the West Wind, slept profoundly like a tired Titan, or else remained ... ...a short, steep ascent by the King’s Head pub., patronized by the cooks and stewards of the fleet, the voice of a man crying “Hot saveloys!” at the end... ...n helmeted or bare; full lengths of warriors, of kings, of states- men, of lords and princesses, all white from top to toe; with here and there a dusk...

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