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" Steadfast and stilt, nor paid with mortal praise, But finding amplest recompense For life's ungarlanded expense In work done squarely and unwasted days. "
New England Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly - Página 748
1899
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The American Missionary, Volumen67

1913 - 820 páginas
...gave in the work which engaged their Christian faith, benevolence and helpfulness. * * * * *•* * "The longer on this earth we live And weigh the various qualities of men, Seeing how most are fugitive, Of fitful gifts at best, of now and then, The more we feel the high, stern-featured beauty Of plain...
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Devotional Hours with the Bible: From the crossing of the Red Sea to the ...

James Russell Miller - 1909 - 324 páginas
...evasion, hesitation or faltering, without abating one jot or tittle from what He requires. Lowell says : "The longer on this earth we live And weigh the various qualities of men, The more we feel the high, stern-featured beauty Of plain devotedness to duty, "Steadfast and still,...
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The Handbook of Quotations

1913 - 264 páginas
...from wrong; And the most ancient heavens, through thee, are fresh and strong. Wordsworth: Ode to Duty. The longer on this earth we live And weigh the various qualities of men . . . The more we feel the high, stern-featured beauty Of plain devotedness to duty. Steadfast and...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volumen113

1914 - 884 páginas
...they are for growth, is to keep them to ourselves. And there is always duty to something, some one. The longer on this earth we live And weigh the various...corpse-lights, daughters of the fen. The more we feel the stern, high-featured beauty Of plain devotedness to duty. Steadfast and still, nor paid with mortal...
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Studies in Reading: Seventh Grade

James William Searson, George Ellsworth Martin - 1914 - 394 páginas
...Duty. LORIMER: Letters of a Self-Made Merchant to His Son. LANIER: Power of Prayer. WORK DONE SQUARELY The longer on this earth we live And weigh the various qualities of men, The more we feel the high stern-featured beauty Of plain devotedness to duty, Steadfast and still,...
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Proceedings ... Annual Session, Volumen61

Wisconsin Teachers' Association - 1914 - 266 páginas
...care, such a one could make the public school do what it should for the children of the people. Tne longer on this earth we live And weigh the various qualities of men The more we feel the high, stern-featured beauty Of plain devotedness to duty. Steadfast and still,...
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Proceedings

Freemasons. Kansas. Grand Lodge - 1915 - 438 páginas
...these paths is that toilsome path of duty, which leads us, at last, to the goal of serene satisfaction. The longer on this earth we live And weigh the various qualities of men, The more we feel the high stern-featured beauty Of plain dovotedness to duty. Reference is made, and...
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Scientific Temperance Journal, Volúmenes25-26

1916 - 684 páginas
...defective nervous and mental organization. — Michigan Eugenics Commission. I9I5* WORK DONE SQUARELY THE longer on this earth we live And weigh the various qualities of men. The more we feel the high, stern-featured beauty Of plain devotedness to duty. Steadfast and still,...
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Farm Life Readers, Libro 5

Lawton Bryan Evans, Luther Noble Duncan, George William Duncan, Luther N. Duncan, George W. Duncan - 1916 - 396 páginas
...What does the poet say causes us to suffer most ? Read Longfellow's " A Rainy Day." WORK DONE SQUARELY The longer on this earth we live And weigh the various qualities of men, The more we feel the high stern-featured beauty Of plain devotedness to duty, Steadfast and still,...
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The Smith Alumnae Quarterly, Volumen8

1916 - 436 páginas
...but with an added understanding of his wisdom and his vision. ' 'The longer on this earth we live. The more we feel the high stern.featured beauty Of plain devotedness to duty, Steadfast in will, nor paid with mortal praise, But finding amplest recompense in life's ungarlanded expense,...
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