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" ... with entire submission of our own faculties, and in the perfect faith that in them there can be no too much or too little, nothing useless or inert — but that, the further we press in our discoveries, the more we shall see proofs of design and self-supporting... "
The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art - Sivu 561
1823
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MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS

THOMAS DE QUINCEY - 1851
...in them there can be no too much or too little, nothing useless or inert — but that, the farther we press in our discoveries, the more we shall see...where the careless eye had seen nothing but accident ! ON MURDEK, CONSIDERED AS ONE OF THE FINE ARTS. TO THE EDITOR OF BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE. SIR, — We...

MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS.

THOMAS DE QUINCEY - 1851
...in them there can be no too much or too little, nothing useless or inert- — but that, the farther we press in our discoveries, the more we shall see...where the careless eye had seen nothing but accident ! ON MURDER, CONSIDERED AS ONE OF THE FINE ARTS. TO THE EDITOR OF BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE. SIR, — We...

Notes and Queries

1852
...in them there can be no too much or too little, nothing useless or inert — but that, the farther we press in our discoveries, the more we shall see...where the careless eye had seen nothing but accident." * I conclude with these eloquent words, after the dry bones of our verbal disputes, that the accessory,...

Notes and Queries

1852
...in them there can be no too much or too little, nothing useless ot inert — but that, the farther we press in our discoveries, the more we shall see...the careless eye had seen nothing but accident."* I conclude with these eloquent words, after the dry bones of our verbal disputes, that the accessory,...

English Literature of the Nineteenth Century: On the Plan of the Author's ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - 1853 - 785 sivua
...which we live, first makes us profoundly sensible of the awful parenthesis that had suspended them. O mighty poet ! Thy works are not as those of other...where the careless eye had seen nothing but accident ! AN INTERVIEW WITH A MALAY. One day a Malay knocked at my door. What business a Malay could have to...

Beauties

Thomas De Quincey - 1862 - 420 sivua
...before his time, far less illuminated (as now they are) by beauty and tropical luxuriance of life. O, mighty poet ! Thy works are not as those of other...where the careless eye had seen nothing but accident ! MILTON. So accustomed are we to survey a great man through the cloud of years that has gathered around...

The National Fifth Reader: Containing a Treatise on Elocution, Exercises in ...

Richard Green Parker, James Madison Watson - 1863 - 600 sivua
...parenthesis that had suspended them. own faculties, and in the perfect faith that in them there can be uo too much or too little, nothing useless or inert ;...where the careless eye had seen nothing but accident. Dz QUIBCET. "1 197. LIFE. AN," says sir Thomas Browne, " is a noble animal ! splendid in ashes, glorious...

De Quincey's Works, Nide 13

Thomas De Quincey - 1863
...in them there can be no too much or too little, nothing useless or inert — but that, the farther we press in our discoveries, the more we shall see...where the careless eye had seen nothing but accident ! THE ANTIGONE OF SOPHOCLES AS REPRESENTED ON THE EDINBURGH STACK EVERYTHING in our days is new. Roads,...

Logic of political economy and other papers

Thomas De Quincey - 1863
...in them there can be no too much or too little, nothing useless or inert — but that, the farther we press in our discoveries, the more we shall see...where the careless eye had seen nothing but accident ! THE ANTIGONE OF SOPHOCLES AS REPRESENTED ON THE EDINBURGH STAGE. EVERYTHING in our days is new. Roads,...

The Art of Conversation and Other Papers

Thomas De Quincey - 1863 - 332 sivua
...that in them there can be no too much or too little, nothing useless or inert—but that, the farther we press in our discoveries, the more we shall see...where the careless eye had seen nothing but accident ! THE ANTIGONE OF SOPHOCLES AS REPRESENTED ON THE EDINBURGH STAGE. EVERYTHING in our days is new. Roads,...




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