What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
acres Annamese Army Austrian authority become bishop British called Cape Colony Carlisle cent century character Christian Church clergy Cloture comet constitution debt doctrine doubt Egypt Egyptian election England English Europe European existence fact faith favour force France French give Government Greek hand human idea India interest Ireland Ismail Ismail Pasha Jewish Jews Judaism Khedive King labour land less Liberal liberty living Lord Majesty's Government matter means ment millions Ministry moral Mulhouse native natural Natural Selection never officers opinion organization orthodox Judaism Ottoman Empire party poets political presbyters present provinces question race reform Reformed Judaism regard religion religious Roman rule Salvation Army Sanskrit schools seems speak spirit Talmud theory things tion Tongking towns true truth Ultramontane universal wages whole women words
Page 569 - And the king said, Divide the living child in two, and give half to the one, and half to the other.
Page 253 - I have loved justice and hated iniquity ; therefore, I die in exile.
Page 784 - I commit my soul to the mercy of God through our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ ; and I exhort my dear children humbly to try to guide themselves by the teaching of the New Testament in its broad spirit, and to put no faith in any man's narrow construction of its letter here or there.
Page 567 - If I were asked under what sky the human mind has most fully developed some of its choicest gifts, has most deeply pondered on the greatest problems of life and has found solutions of some of them which well deserve the attention even of those who have studied Plato and Kant — I should point to India.
Page 253 - Servants of God! — or sons Shall I not call you? because Not as servants ye knew Your Father's innermost mind, His, who unwillingly sees One of his little ones lost Yours is the praise, if mankind Hath not as yet in its march Fainted, and fallen, and died!
Page 541 - They summ'd their pens ; and, soaring the air sublime, With clang despised the ground, under a cloud In prospect ; there the eagle and the stork On cliffs and cedar-tops their eyries build : Part loosely wing the region ; part, more wise, In common, ranged in figure, wedge their way, Intelligent of seasons, and set forth Their airy caravan, high over seas Flying, and over lands, with mutual wing Easing their flight...
Page 760 - It is in vain to say that all mouths which the increase of mankind calls into existence bring with them hands. The new mouths require as much food as the old ones, and the hands do not produce as much.
Page 31 - Listen alone beside the sea, Listen alone among the woods ; Those voices of twin solitudes Shall have one sound alike to thee : Hark where the murmurs of thronged men Surge and sink back and surge again, — Still the one voice of wave and tree.