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" Action is not for me,' said the stranger ; ' I am of that faith that the Apostles professed before they followed their master.' He vaulted into his saddle,  "
Young England: Being Vivian Grey, Coningsby, Sybil, Tancred - Page 147
by Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1904
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Coningsby, Or, The New Generation

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - Great Britain - 1844 - 159 pages
...nurtured with great thoughts," said Coningsby; "your actions should be heroic." " Action is not for me," said the stranger ; " I am of that faith that the...Star" bounded away as if she scented the air of the desart from which she and her rider had alike sprung, and Coningsby remained in profound meditation....
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A new key to the characters in Coningsby, Volume 1

1844
...nurtured with great thoughts," said Coningsby, " your actions should be heroic." " Action is not for me ;" said the stranger, " I am of that faith that the Apostles...Star" bounded away as if she scented the air of the Desart from which she and her rider had alike sprung, and Coningsby remained in profound meditation....
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The New Mirror, Volume 3

1844
...nurtured with great thoughts," said Cimingsby ; " your actions should be heroic." "Action is m>t for me," said the stranger ; "I am of that faith that the apostles professed before they followed thrir Muster." He vaulted into his saddle, the " Daughter of the Star" bounded away as if she scented...
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Who is the Heir?: A Novel, Volume 3

1865
...Henley station, which she had made one evening at Cedar Cottage. CHAPTER II. OUT WITH THE ROTHSCHILDS. " He vaulted into his saddle. The Daughter of the Star...sprung, and Coningsby remained in profound meditation." DISRAELI. I HAVE now to narrate how Lionel Adderley first encountered Olive Hardinge. The approach...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1865
...after good may draw encouragement WHO 18 THE HEIR ? BY MORTISIEU COLLINS, ESQ. CHAPTER XXXI. " lie vaulted into his saddle. The Daughter of the Star...from which she and her rider had alike sprung, and Coningsbjr remained in profound meditation." — Disraeli. I HAVE now to narrate how Lionel Adderley...
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Collected edition of the novels and tales by ... B. Disraeli, Volume 2

1870
...nurtured with great thoughts,' said Coningsby; ' your actions should be heroic.' ' Action is not for me,' said the stranger; ' I am of that faith that the Apostles professed before they followed their rnp.ster.' He vaulted into his saddle, 'the Daughter of the Star' bounded away as if she scented the...
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Collected Edition of the Novels and Tales, Volume 2

Benjamin Disraeli - English fiction - 1881
...nurtured with great thoughts,' said Coningsby ; ' your actions should be heroic.' ' Action is not for me,' said the stranger ; ' I am of that faith that the...adventure at the Forest Inn, Coningsby arrived at Bpanmanoir. It was several years since he had visited the family of his friend, who were indeed also...
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Coningsby

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1881
...nurtured with great thoughts,' said Coningsby ; ' your actions should be heroic.' ' Action is not for me,' said the stranger ; ' I am of that faith that the...Coningsby remained in profound meditation. CHAPTER IL THE day after his adventure at the Forest Inn, Coningsby arrived at Beaumanoir. It was several years...
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The Jew in English Fiction

David Philipson - English fiction - 1889 - 156 pages
...out. All Sidonia's expressions tend to one point—intense pride in his race and his religion. He is " of that faith that the apostles professed before they followed their Master." And for that race and that faith Disraeli wishes to speak a mighty word. The Goths persecuted the Jews...
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Disraeli in Outline

Frederick Carroll Brewster - 1890 - 394 pages
...Coningsby, "your actions should be heroic." " Action is not for me," said the stranger. " I am of that 1 faith that the Apostles professed before they followed...sprung, and Coningsby remained in profound meditation. Coningsby visits Beaumanoir; is delighted with a Lady Everingham, but disgusted with a dandy, Mr. Melton;...
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