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" A snowstorm was falling around us. The snow-storm was real ; the preacher merely spectral ; and the eye felt the sad contrast in looking at him, and then out of the window behind him, into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in vain. He had... "
Arcturus: A Journal of Books and Opinion - Página 103
por Cornelius Mathews, Evert Augustus Duyckinck - 1841
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The Dublin University Magazine, Volumen51

1858
...him into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in vain. He had no one word intimating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had been commended, or cheated, or chagrined. If he hid ever lived and acted, we were none the wiser for it. The capital secret of his profession, namely,...
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The Christian Examiner, Volumen79

1865
...to say I would go to church no more. . . . He had lived in vain. He had no one word intimating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had been commended or cheated or chagrined. . . . Not one fact in all his experience had he yet imported into his doctrine. This man had ploughed...
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The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson: Comprising His Essays ..., Volumen2

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1866
...him, into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in vain. He had no one word intimating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in . love,...experience, had he yet imported into his doctrine. Thia man had ploughed, and planted, and talked, and bought, and sold ; he had read books ; he had eaten...
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The Contemporary Review, Volumen8

1868
...him into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in vain. Ho had no one word indicating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had...cheated, or chagrined. If he had ever lived and acted, wo were none the wiser for it. The capital secret of his profession— namely, to convert life into...
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The Contemporary Review, Volumen8

1868
...him into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in vain. He had no one word indicating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had been commended, or cheated, or chagrined. If ho had ever lived and acted, we were nono the wiser for it. The capital secret of his profession —...
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Public worship: the best methods of conducting it

John Spencer Pearsall - 1869 - 213 páginas
...him into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in vain. He had no one word indicating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had been commended, or cheated, or chagrined. It he had ever lived and acted, we were none the wiser for it. The capital secret of his profession...
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The Christian Examiner, Volumen79

1865
...to say I would go to church no more. . . . He had lived in vain. He had no one word intimating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had been commended or cheated or chagrined. . . . Not one fact in all his experience had he yet imported into his doctrine. This man had ploughed...
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The Preacher's lantern, Volumen1

1871
...him, into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in vain. He had no one word intimating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love; had...were none the wiser for it. The capital secret of his profession,—namely, to convert life into truth,—he had not learned. Not one fact, in all his experience,...
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Nature: Addresses, and Lectures

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1876 - 372 páginas
...him, into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in vain. He had no one word intimating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had...had not learned. Not one fact in all his experience l»d lie yet imported into his doctrine. This man had ploughed, and planted, and talked, and bought,...
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The Unitarian Review and Religious Magazine, Volumen11

Charles Lowe, Henry Wilder Foote, John Hopkins Morison, Henry H. Barber, James De Normandie - 1879
...window into the beautiful meteor of the snow. He had lived in vain. He had no word intimating that he had laughed or wept, was married or in love, had...— namely, to convert life into truth — he had never learned." And there is more, in continuation, to the same purpose, which every reader of this...
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