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" The stroke that came transmitted through a whole galaxy of elastic balls, was it less a stroke than if the last ball only had been struck, and sent flying? Oh, could I (with the Timeannihilating Hat) transport thee direct from the Beginnings to the Endings,... "
The philosophy of necessity; or The law of consequences, as applicable to ... - Page 114
by Charles Bray - 1841
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The Evangelical repository. Vol. 1- new

1875
...eyes, from the near moving-cause to its far distant mover. The stroke that came transmitted through a whole galaxy of elastic balls, was it less a stroke...could I (with the Time-annihilating Hat) transport theo direct from the beginnings to the endings, how were thy eyesight unsealed, and thy heart set flaming...
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Boston Monday lectures, Volume 3

Joseph Cook - 1880
...elastic balls — was it less a strokethan if the last ball only had been struck, and sent flyiug ? Oh, could I, with the time-annihilating hat, transport...Beginnings to the Endings, how were thy eye-sight unsealed, andi thy heart set flaming in the light-sea of celestial wouder ! " Let us destroy, if possible, the...
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Tempted of the Devil, by the author of 'A fallen angel'.

Devil - 1882
...glance from the near moving cause to its far-distant Mover. The stroke that came transmitted through a whole galaxy of elastic balls, was it less a stroke...only had been struck and sent flying ? Oh, could I transport thee direct from Beginnings to Endings ! " It seems utterly impossible to determine How our...
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Works, Volume 4

Thomas Carlyle - 1885
...from the near moving-cause, to its far distant Mover : 'The stroke that came transmitted through a whole galaxy of ' elastic balls, was it less a stroke...'Time-annihilating Hat) transport thee direct from the Begin' uings to tlio Endings, Low were thy eyesight unsealed, and 14 ' thy heart set flaming in the...
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Development of English Literature and Language, Volumes 1-2

Alfred Hix Welsh - English language - 1882
...fair and indestructible reality, whereof nature is the changing and living robe: ' Oh, could I ... vagrant, his heart turns with longing recollection...'Eternal blessings crown my earliest friend, And roun sawe*t Itiou that this fair I'niverse, were it in tin- niruur^i province thereof, is in very (iced...
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sartor resartus lectures on heroes chartism past and present

thomas carlyle - 1888
...' from the near moving-cause to its far distant Mover: The stroke ' that came transmitted through a whole galaxy of elastic balls, was ' it less a stroke...transport ' thee direct from the Beginnings to the Undings, how were thy ' eyesight unsealed, and thy heart set flaming in the Light-sea of ' celestial...
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Sartor Resartus: The Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdröckh in Three Books

Thomas Carlyle - Didactic fiction, English - 1889 - 306 pages
...elastic balls, was it less a ' stroke than if the last ball only had been struck, and ' sent flying ? O, could I (with the Time-annihilating ' Hat) transport...eyesight unsealed, and ' thy heart set flaming in the Light -sea of celestial * wonder ! Then sawest thou that this fair Universe, ' were it in the meanest...
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The Philosophy of Necessity: Or, Law in Mind as in Matter

Charles Bray - Cooperation - 1889 - 407 pages
...eau"e to its far distant mover. The stroke that came transmitted through a whole galaxy of clastic balls, was it less a stroke than if the last ball...flying ? Oh, could I (with the time-annihilating Hat) transp-rt thee direct from the beginnings to the endings, how were thy eyesight unsealed and thy heart...
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The people's edition of Thomas Carlyle's works. 37 vols. Wanting ..., Volume 1

Thomas Carlyle - 1893
...from the near moving-cause to its far-distant Mover : ' The stroke that came transmitted through a whole galaxy of ' elastic balls, was it less a stroke...last ball only had ' been struck, and sent flying ? O, could I (with the Time' annihilating Hat) transport thee direct from the Beginnings ' to the Endings,...
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Dictionary of Quotations from Ancient and Modern English and Foreign Sources ...

Aphorisms and apothegms - 1893 - 658 pages
...nearers. Коъч. The stroke that comes transmitted through 30 a whole galaxy of elastic balls, is it less a stroke than if the last ball only had been struck and sent flying ? Carlyle. The strokes of the pen need deliberation as much as those of the sword need swiftness. Julia...
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