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Life & correspondence of John Duke lord Coleridge

Ernest Hartley Coleridge

Life & correspondence of John Duke lord Coleridge

lord chief justice of England

by Ernest Hartley Coleridge

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Published by D. Appleton and Company in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coleridge, John Duke Coleridge, -- Baron, -- 1820-1894

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    Statementwritten and edited by Ernest Hartley Coleridge
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14626195M

    AL to Coleridge, Derwent, 27 March He then represents the conquerors adapting themselves, after the manner peculiar to their own barbarous state, to the habits and ideas of the civilized people whom they had subdued. Towards the end of his life his health failed, and he became somewhat indolent. Frederick L. Long talk with Lord Hartington. In addition to the letters mentioned above, there is extensive evidence in the miscellaneous papers and the printed material on slavery.

    I do so think of him, not a day passing without my mind dwelling on him; I love to find myself calling up the image of his dear face, and my heart is very full when I recollect all his love for me, and the many, many tokens of affection which he used to pour out from his warm, generous, loving heart. The means for the mission ship 'Southern Cross' were raised. Arnold, This young man's father helped to exterminate a whole tribe who lived on a part of the College property as it is nowand he is said to be perhaps the first New Zealander who was baptized as an infant.

    But, independently of the philosophical value of the document, to be thus admitted into the secrecy of the thoughts of a man ambitious of high literary distinction, and who has attained his object, is a rare privilege. I have to deplore the defeat of many of my friends. Then he found that the handle was decaying from dry-rot, and he changed the handle; and so on. Helmore, Thomas, Life is less dark, a little longer, and better provided against the material plagues of nature: but farther? All the same, the said barometer will probably soon recover himself; for I believe these heavy storms seldom last long.


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A letter from T. The most curious thing is that the style, instead of being a mass of cloudy affectation, is simple, flowing, and natural.

Container Kennedy, Benjamin Hall, Temple, Frederick, He once told, at the table of Dr Jowett, master of Balliol, anecdotes through the whole of dinner on Saturday evening, through the whole of breakfast, lunch and dinner the next day, through the whole journey on Monday morning from Oxford to Paddington, without ever once repeating himself.

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ALS to Coleridge, Derwent, He thought it was food that angels actually lived upon, and quoted the verse in the Psalm readily, "So man did eat angel's food.

Bismarck dismissed; Emperors holding Socialist conferences; more attempts to murder the Tsar; strikes all over the world; Germans going to Prussianise Central Africa! He certainly intended it, for he read me that part of his journal.

The law, which was the business I designed to follow, appeared nauseous to me, and I could think of no other way of pushing my fortune in the world, but that of a scholar and philosopher.

Perhaps about the beginning of May you will be so good as to send me a complete statement of H. The individual mind was fully and minutely described—to what individual man this mind belonged was to be preserved a profound secret. David M. We have surely in this an argument in favour of the candour and explicitness of his narrative.

Ollivant, Alfred, But the article is good, and all the facts alleged are perfectly true.

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As part of her illustrious social engagements, she would gather around her a large salon of literary and political figures. I have to deplore the defeat of many of my friends. Anglistica, Vol. Bernard Shaw, whom I never heard of before, but who is apparently rather clever and rather cracked.

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