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" Some one inquiring how he felt, he said: ' Calmer and calmer ; simple but memorable words, expressive of the mild heroism of the man. About six he sank into a deep sleep; once for a moment he looked up with a lively air, and said: ' Many things were growing... "
The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful Knowledge - Página 30
1841
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The life of Friedrich Schiller [by T. Carlyle].

Thomas Carlyle - 1825
...inquiring how he felt, he said: ' Calmer and calmer ; simple but memorable words, expressive of the mild heroism of the man. About six he sank into a deep...lively air, and said : ( Many things were growing plain and clear to him !' Again he closed his eyes ; and his sleep deepened and deepened, till it changed...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1825
...inquiring how he felt, he said : " Calmer and calmer ;" simple but memorable words, expressive of the mild heroism of the man. About six he sank into a deep...lively air, and said : " Many things were growing plain and clear to him I* Again he closed his eyes ; and his sleep deepened and deepened, till it changed...
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The Life of Friedrich Schiller: Comprehending an Examination of His Works ...

Thomas Carlyle - 1825 - 352 páginas
...inquiring how he felt, he said: ' Calmer and calmer ; simple but memorable words, expressive of the mild heroism of the man. About six he sank into a deep...a lively air, and said: ' Many things were growing plain and clear to him /' Again he closed his eyes; and his sleep deepened and deepened, till it changed...
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The life of Friedrich Schiller: Comprehending an examination of his works

Thomas Carlyle - 1833 - 301 páginas
...inquiring how he felt, he said : " Calmer and calmer; " simple but memorable words, expressive of the mild heroism of the man. About six he sank into a deep...lively air, and said : " Many things were growing plain and clear to him ! " Again he closed his eyes ; and his sleep deepened and deepened, till it...
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The American Monthly Magazine, Volumen3

1837
...like our first love, shall be " our last." LAST WORDS OP SCHILLER. 11 Aboii tmi he nnk Into a dorp sleep, once for a moment he looked up with a lively air and •aid, ' Many thinga are growing plain and clear to me.' '* " THE mists of time and sense withdraw,...
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Railway Locomotives and Cars, Volumen2

1833
...he fell, he said : 'calmer and calmer ;' simple but memorable words, expressive of the mild leroism of the man. About six he sank into a deep sleep ; once fora moment he looked up with a lively air, and said : ' типу things are growing plain and clenr...
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The Life of Friedrich Schiller: Comprehending an Examination of His Works

Charles Follen - 1837 - 294 páginas
.../ how he felt, he said : " Calmer and calmer; " simple but memorable words, expressive of the mild heroism of the man. About six he sank into a deep...lively air, and said : " Many things were growing plain and clear to him ! " Again he closed his eyes ; and his sleep deepened and deepened, till it...
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The Life of Friedrich Schiller: Comprehending an Examination of His Works

Charles Follen - 1837 - 294 páginas
...inquiring how he felt, he said : " Calmer and calmer; " simple but memorable words, expressive of the mild heroism of the man. About six he sank into a deep...looked up with a lively air, and said : "Many things icere growing plain and clear to Mm ! " Again he closed his eyes ; and his sleep deepened and deepened,...
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The American Monthly Magazine, Volumen3;Volumen9

1837
...our first love, shall be " our last." LAST WORDS OP SCHILLER. n Abont ilz be sank lnto a deep Bleep, once for a moment he looked up with a lively air and laid, ' Many thingl are growing plain and clear to me.' " " THE mists of time and sense withdraw, Earth's...
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

1841
...' Calmer and calmer ;' simple words expressive of the ruild heroism of the man. About six, he sdnk into a deep sleep; once for a moment he looked up...heirloom to posterity, familiar to every lover of poetry, ane worshipped by the whole nation. Ill considering his separate works, it will perhaps be thought...
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