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" Ah! Easily said. I am the son, Mr Meagles, of a hard father and mother. I am the only child of parents who weighed, measured, and priced everything; for whom what could not be weighed, measured, and priced, had no existence. Strict people as the phrase... "
Dickens as an Educator - Sivu 61
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THE LIFE AND TIMES OF HUGH MILLER

THOMAS N BROWN - 1809
...spending twenty summers in China. This middle-aged gentleman gives a sad account of his parents. * Staid people, as the phrase is, professors of a stern religion,...discipline, penance in this world and terror in the next, — nothing graceful or gentle anywhere, and the void in my cowed heart everywhere ; this was...

Works, Nide 4

Charles Dickens - 1856
...measured, and priced everything: for whom what could not be weighed, measured and priced, had no existence. Strict people as the phrase is, professors of a stern...discipline, penance in this world and terror in the next — nothing graceful or gentle anywhere, and the void in my cowed heart everywhere — this was...

Harper's Magazine, Nide 12

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1856
...«nd priced every thing: for whom what could oot be weighed, measured, and priced had no existence. Strict people as the phrase is, professors of a stern...sympathies that were never their own, offered up as part of a bargain for the security of their possessions. Austere faces, inexorable discipline, penance...

Little Dorrit, Niteet 1–2

Charles Dickens - 1856
...lights were extinguished before I could sound the words." "Light 'em up again!" said Mr. Mcagles-. never their own, offered up as a part of a bargain...discipline, penance in this world and terror in the next — nothing graceful or gentle anywhere, and the void in my cowed heart everywhere — this was...

Harper's Magazine, Nide 12

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1856
...and priced every thing: for whom what could not be weighed, measured, and priced had no existence. Strict people as the phrase is, professors of a stern...religion was a gloomy sacrifice of tastes and sympathies thnt were never their own, offered up as part of a bargain for the security of their possessions. Austere...

Little Dorrit

Charles Dickens - 1857 - 788 sivua
...and priced everything ; for whom what could not be weighed, measured, and priced, had no existence. Strict people as the phrase is, professors of a stern...discipline, penance in this world and terror in the next — nothing graceful or gentle anywhere, and the void in my cowed heart everywhere — this was...

Little Dorrit, Nide 4

Charles Dickens - 1857 - 289 sivua
...lights were extinguished before I could sound the words." " Light 'em up again ! " said Mr. Meagles. of a stern religion, their very religion was a gloomy...that were never their own, offered up as a part of a bargnin for the security of their possessions. Austere faces, inexorable discipline, penance in this...

Labour and triumph, the life and times of Hugh Miller

Thomas N. Brown - 1858 - 315 sivua
...spending twenty summers in China, This middle-aged gentleman gives a sad account of his parents. ' Staid people, as the phrase is, professors of a stern religion,...and the void in my cowed heart everywhere; this was iny childhood, if I may so misuse the word as to apply it to such a beginning of life.' This hideous...

Labour & Triumph: The Life and Times of Hugh Miller

Thomas N. Brown - 1858 - 315 sivua
...spending twenty summers in China. This middle-aged gentleman gives a sad account of his parents. ' Staid people, as the phrase is, professors of a stern religion,...discipline, penance in this world and terror in the next, — nothing graceful or gentle anywhere, and the void in my cowed heart everywhere; this was...

The Life and Times of Hugh Miller

Thomas N. Brown - 1858 - 346 sivua
...spending twenty summers in China. This middle-aged gentleman gives a sad account of his parents. ' Staid people, as the phrase is, professors of a stern religion,..."discipline, penance in this world and terror in the next, — nothing graceful or gentle anywhere, and the void in my cowed heart everywhere ; this was...




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