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" How, at any rate, shall we judge a giant, great in gifts and great in temptation ; great in strength and great in weakness ? Let us glory in his strength and be comforted in his weakness. "
A Vindication: Burns, Excise Officer and Poet - Page 10
by John Sinton - 1897 - 64 pages
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Burns Chronicle and Club Directory, Volumes 6-7

1897
...effluence of the spring — its breath, its sunshine, its dew. And at the end he is reaped — the product, not of one climate, but of all ; not of good alone, but of evil ; not of joy alone, but of sorrow — perhaps mellowed and ripened, perhaps stricken and withered and sour. How, then, shall we...
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Burnsiana: A Collection of Literary Odds and Ends Relating to ..., Volumes 4-6

1894
...affluence of the spring — its breath, its sunshine, its dew. And at the end he is reaped — the product, not of one climate, but of all ; not of good alone, but of evil ; not of joy alone, but of sorrow — perhaps mellowed and ripened, perhaps stricken and withered and sour. How, then, shall we...
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Robert Burns: Two Addresses Delivered at Dumfries and Glasgow on the ...

Archibald Philip Primrose Earl of Rosebery - 1896 - 34 pages
...affluence of the spring — its breath, its sunshine, its dew. And at the end he is reaped — the product, not of one climate, but of all ; not of good alone, but of evil ; not of joy alone, but of sorrow — perhaps mellowed and ripened, perhaps stricken and withered and sour. How, then, shall we...
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Burns Centenary 21st July 1896: Great Demonstration at Dumfries

1896 - 136 pages
...affluence of the spring — its breath, its sunshine, its dew. And at the end he is reaped — the product, not of one climate, but of all ; not of good alone, but of evil ; not of joy alone, but of sorrow- -perhaps mellowed and ripened, perhaps stricken and withered and sour. How, then, shall we...
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The Esoteric: A Magazine of Advanced and Practical Esoteric ..., Volumes 12-13

Hiram Erastus Butler - Occultism - 1899
...the torpor of winter, as well as in the rapture and fragrance of summer, or the balmy affluence of spring—its breath, its sunshine, its dew. And at...sorrow—perhaps mellowed and ripened, perhaps stricken aud withered and sour. How, then, shall we judge anyone?—Lord Roseberry. DELINEATION OF CHARACTER...
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Appreciations and Addresses

Archibald Philip Primrose Earl of Rosebery - Speeches, addresses, etc., English - 1899 - 344 pages
...affluence of the spring — its breath, its sunshine, its dew. And at the end he is reaped — the product, not of one climate, but of all ; not of good alone, but of evil ; not of joy alone, but of sorrow — perhaps mellowed and ripened, perhaps stricken and withered and sour. How, then, shall we...
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Appreciations and Addresses

Archibald Philip Primrose Earl of Rosebery - Speeches, addresses, etc., English - 1899 - 344 pages
...affluence of the spring — its breath, its sunshine, its dew. And at the end he is reaped — the product, not of one climate, but of all ; not of good alone, but of evil ; not of joy alone, but of sorrow — perhaps mellowed and ripened, perhaps stricken and withered and sour. How, then, shall we...
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Literature: I. Robert Burns, II. Sir Walter Scott, III. Lord Byron

Seymour Eaton - 1899 - 297 pages
...affluence of the spring, — its breath, its sunshine, its dew. And at the end he is reaped, — the product, not of one climate, but of all ; not of good alone, but of evil ; not of joy alone, but of sorrow, — perhaps mellowed and ripened, perhaps stricken and withered and sour. How, then, shall...
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Home Study Circle

Seymour Eaton - 1899 - 295 pages
...affluence of the spring, — its breath, its sunshine, its dew. And at the end he is reaped, — the product, not of one climate, but of all ; not of good alone, but of evil ; not of joy alone, but of sorrow, — perhaps mellowed and ripened, perhaps stricken and withered and sour. How, then, shall...
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Appreciations and Addresses

Archibald Philip Primrose Earl of Rosebery - Speeches, addresses, etc., English - 1899 - 344 pages
...affluence of the spring — its breath, its sunshine, its dew. And at the end he is reaped — the product, not of one climate, but of all ; not of good alone, but of evil ; not of joy alone, but of sorrow — perhaps mellowed and ripened, perhaps stricken and withered and sour. How, then, shall we...
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