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" ... to rely on the little arts of party delusion to obtain public sanction for such a course. Born for his country and for the world, he did not give up to party what was meant for mankind. The consequence is, that his fame is as durable as his principles,... "
Railway Locomotives and Cars - Σελίδα 169
1832
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...selfish ends, and to rely on the little arts of party delusion to obtain public sanction for such a course. Born for his country, and for the world, he...themselves. While the hundreds whom party excitement, and temporary circumstances, and casual combinations, have raised into transient notoriety, sink again,...

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Daniel Webster - 1851
...selfish ends, nor to rely on the little arts of party delusion to obtain public sanction for such a course. Born for his country and for the world, he...themselves. While the hundreds whom party excitement, and temporary circumstances, and casual combinations, have raised into transient notoriety, sink again,...

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1851 - 4 σελίδες
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The Schoolmate, Τόμος 4

A. R. Phippen - 1854
...rely on the little arts of party delusion to obtain public sanction for such a course. Born for his11 country and for the world, he did not give up to party...themselves. While the hundreds whom party excitement, and temporary circumstances, and casual combinations have* raised into transient notoriety1 sink again,...

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Daniel Webster - 1853
...selfish ends, nor to rely on the little arts of party delusion to obtain public sanction for such a course. Born for his country and for the world, he...themselves. While the hundreds whom party excitement, and temporary circumstances, and casual combinations, have raised into transient notoriety, sink again,...

The Works, Τόμος 1

Daniel Webster - 1854
...selfish ends, nor to rely on the little arts of party delusion to obtain public sanction for such a course. Born for his country and for the world, he...themselves. While the hundreds whom party excitement, and temporary circumstances, and casual combinations, have raised into transient notoriety, sink again,...

Webster and His Master-pieces, Τόμος 2

Benjamin Franklin Tefft - 1854
...selfish ends, nor to rely on the little arts of party delusion to obtain public sanction for such a course. Born for his country and for the world, he...themselves. While the hundreds whom party excitement, and temporary circumstances, and casual combinations, have raised into transient notoriety, sink again,...

Scrap Book on Law and Politics, Men and Times

George Robertson - 1855 - 404 σελίδες
...was, in his case, as venial and slight as it ever was in the case of any other man who ever lived. He did not "give up to party what was meant for mankind" — nor was he intolerant, prescriptive or factious, or ever influenced by any selfish or sinister...

The Union Text Book: Containing Selections from the Writings of Daniel ...

Daniel Webster - 1860 - 504 σελίδες
...selfish ends, nor to rely on the little arts of party delusion to obtain public sanction for such a course. Born for his country and for the world, he...themselves. While the hundreds whom party excitement, and temporary circumstances, and casual combinations, have raised into transient notoriety, sink again,...

The Continental Monthly, Τόμος 4

1863
...indeed there is in all times. Our astrologer, professing a high art, standing above the common level, did not give ' up to party what was meant for mankind.' The stars look down, from their high places, on sublunary things, with a sublime indifference ; and he,...




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