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  • Frederick William Thomas (1806–1866) was an American writer. ’T is said that absence conquers love; But oh believe it not! I’ve tried, alas! its power
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  • hypocrisy, and a man without guile. He was a Caesar, without his ambition; Frederick, without his tyranny; Napoleon, without his selfishness, and Washington
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  • you, and "You shall know of the doctrine, whether it be of God." Frederick William Robertson, p. 195. To get rid of your doubts, part with your sin
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  • Cicero, De Officiis - On Duties (44 BC) Lib 1. § 13. as quoted by John Frederick William Herschel, Preliminary Discourse on the Study of Natural History (1831
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  • his faculties. William Mountford, p. 5. Unselfish and noble acts are the most radiant epochs in the biography of souls. David Thomas, p. 4. Man, being
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  • which Thou gavest me to do?'" Frederick William Robertson, as reported in, Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers (1895) edited by Josiah Hotchkiss
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  • can he act cheerfully, or do any thing that is worth the doing. Frederick William Robertson, Sermons Preached at Trinity Chapel (1869) p. 347. Man
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  • J. William Fulghum, Robert Fuller, Buckminster Fuller, J. F. C. Fuller, Margaret Fuller, Richard (minister) Fuller, Thomas (writer) Fuller, Thomas (preacher)
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  • from the American continent. Thomas Jefferson, statement during an early stage of the War of 1812, in a letter to William Duane (4 August 1812). She discovered
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  • solitary moments. There is a divine depth in silence. We meet God alone. Frederick William Robertson, p. 193. "Draw nigh to God, and He will draw nigh to you
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  • of God must have something of that spirit which marked his Master. Frederick William Robertson, p. 296. So long as you do not quarrel with sin, you will
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  • who reconciled the life of God with the lowly duties of servants. Frederick William Robertson, p. 198. Let a man begin in earnest with, "I ought," and
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  • Brilliant Writers (1895), p. 407. It is notorious that the memory strengthens as you lay burdens upon it, and becomes trustworthy as you trust it. Thomas De
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  • upon this earth for the cultivation of his noblest sensibilities. Frederick William Robertson, Sermons preached at Trinity chapel, Brighton‎ (1868), p
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  • And our lives would be all sunshine In the sweetness of the Lord. Frederick William Faber, p. 545. "Blessed are the poor in spirit." Blessed are they
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  • in Carlyle, Frederick the Great, XV. 13. Quotes reported in Josiah Hotchkiss Gilbert, Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers (1895). Live
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  • bright waters meet. Thomas Moore, The Meeting of the Waters. And we, with Nature's heart in tune, Concerted harmonies. William Motherwell, Jeannie Morrison
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  • other. Thomas Babington Macaulay, 1st Baron Macaulay, Frederick the Great (1842). And the chief-justice was rich, quiet, and infamous. Thomas Babington
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  • where there is trust, there is something upon which it is supported. Frederick Douglass, "Our Composite Nationality" (7 December 1869), Boston, Massachusetts
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  • Frederick Douglass (c. February 1818 – 20 February 1895) was an American abolitionist, orator, author, editor, reformer, women's rights advocate, and
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