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" The brethren were members of his mystical body. All the other bonds that had fastened down the Spirit of the Universe to our narrow round of earth, were as nothing in comparison to this golden chain of suffering and self-sacrifice, which at once rivetted... "
Remarks on Professor Rossetti's "Disquisizioni Sullo Spirito Antipapale" - Pagina 53
di Arthur Henry Hallam - 1832 - 76 pagine
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Remains in verse and prose [ed. by H. Hallam].

Arthur Henry Hallam - 1834 - 363 pagine
...It is the wov <TTUJ, which alone was wanted to move the world. Here was solved at once the great 830 problem which so long had distressed the teachers...institutions of the Church. The monastic spirit was theprin331 cipal emanation from them ; (dd) but the same influence, though less apparent, was busily...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1843
...whose early death will not prevent his being long remembered, — ' pain is the deepest thing that we have in our nature, and union through pain has...always seemed more real and more holy than any other.'* In Mr. De Vere's poetry pain appears always as a subject of serene and genial contemplation ; it is...
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Notes from Books: In Four Essays

Sir Henry Taylor - 1849 - 295 pagine
...whose early death will not prevent his being long remembered, — ' pain is the deepest thing that we have in our nature, and union through pain has...always seemed more real and more holy than any other.'* In Mr. De Vere's poetry pain appears always as a subject of serene and genial contemplation ; it is...
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The North British review

1851
...problem which so long had distressed the teachers of mankind, how to make virtue the object of passion, and to secure at once the warmest enthusiasm in the...always seemed more real and more holy than any other." There is a sad pleasure, non ingrata amaritudo, and a sort of meditative tenderness, in contemplating...
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The North British Review, Volume 14

1851
...nothing in comparison to this golden chain of suffering and self-sacrifice, which at once rivettcd the heart of man to one, who, like himself, was acquainted...always seemed more real and more holy than any other." There is a sad pleasure, non ingrata amaritudo, and a sort of meditative tenderness, in contemplating...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 22

1851
...in comparison to this golden chain of suffering and self-sacrifice, which had once riveted the heurt of man to one, who, like himself, was acquainted with...the deepest thing we have in our nature, and union throngh pain has always seemed more real and more holy than the other." There is a sad pleasure, non...
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The Irish Quarterly Review, Volume 5,Parte 1

1855
...this thought of the lamented Arthur Henry Hallam is true, and that " Pain is the deepest thing that we have in our nature, and union through pain has...always seemed more real and more holy than any other." Thus, at all events, John Banim wrote to his father: — "London, January ZStA, 1825. My dear Father,...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 35

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1855
...wrongs and silent sufferings. His own life was a hard uphill struggle. Arthur Hallam has recorded that " pain is the deepest thing we have in our nature, and...union through pain has always seemed more real and holy than any other ;" and such was the nature of Hood's relationship to the poor. He had drank of...
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Graham's American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and Fashion, Volumi 46-47

1855
...and silent suffering*. His own life was a hard, up-hill struggle. Arthur Hallam has recorded that " pain is the deepest thing we have in our nature, and...union through pain has always seemed more real and holy than any other ;" and such was the nature of Hood's relationship to the poor. He had drank of...
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Selections from the Irish Quarterly Review: 2d ser. ...

1857
...this thought of the lamented Arthur Henry Hallam is true, and that " Pain is the deepest thing that we have in our nature, and union through pain has...always seemed more real and more holy than any other." Thus, at all events, John Banim wrote to his father : — "London, January ZStA, 1825. My dear Father,...
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