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" Who would not rather do one living deed than to have his ashes forever enshrined in ever-burnished gold? Sir, I trust that when we come to act on this question, we shall take lofty ground — look beyond the narrow space which now circumscribes our vision... "
Thaddeus Stevens - Página 44
por Samuel Walker McCall - 1899 - 369 páginas
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The Register of Pennsylvania: Devoted to the Preservation of ..., Volumen15

Samuel Hazard - 1828
...oi the "Cities of the Dead." Who would not shudder at the idea of such prolonged material identity? Who would not rather do one living deed, than to have...that when we come to act on this question we shall all take lofty ground — look beyond the narrow space which now circumscribes our vision — beyond...
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Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania, Volumen15

1835
...shudder at the idea of such prolonged material identity? Who would not rather do one living deed, llinn to have his ashes forever enshrined in ever-burnished...that when we come to act on this question we shall all take lofty ground — look beyond the narrow space which now circumscribes our vision — beyond...
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Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania, Volumen15

1835
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Education, Volumen20

1900
...imperfectly reported, but the following closing paragraph is worthy of publication here : — • " Who would not rather do one living deed than to have his ashes enshrined in ever-burnished gold? Sir, I trust that when we come to act on this question we shall take...
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A History of Education in Pennsylvania, Private and Public, Elementary and ...

James Pyle Wickersham - 1886 - 683 páginas
...would not rather do one living deed than to have his ashes enshrined in ever-burnished gold ? Sir, 1 trust that when we come to act on this question, we...our votes that the blessing of education shall be conferred on every son of Pennsylvania — shall be carried home to the poorest child of the poorest...
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A History of Education in Pennsylvania, Private and Public, Elementary and ...

James Pyle Wickersham - 1886 - 683 páginas
...want either the head of the philosopher, the heart of the philanthropist, or the nerve of the hero. Who would not rather do one living deed than to have his ashes enshrined in ever-burnished gold? Sir, I trust that when we come to act on this question, we shall...
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Stories of Pennsylvania: Or, School Readings from Pennsylvania History

Joseph Solomon Walton, Martin Grove Brumbaugh - 1897 - 300 páginas
...learning makes us worse, that education makes men rogues,' should find no echo within these halls. . . . Who would not rather do one living deed than to have his ashes enshrined in ever-burnished gold ? . . . Why shall Pennsylvania now repudiate a system which is calculated...
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Pennsylvania

William Whitehead Rupert - 1903 - 101 páginas
...speeches of his life defended the new school law. " Sir," said Mr. Stevens, in the course of his speech, " I trust that when we come to act on this question, we shall take lofty ground,—look beyond the narrow space which now circumscribes our vision, — and so cast our votes...
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A Short History of Pennsylvania: By Smith Burnham ...

Smith Burnham - 1912 - 197 páginas
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The School Journal, Volumen71

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