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" There is on earth a yet auguster thing, Veiled though it be, than Parliament or King. "
The Gunpowder Plot and Lord Mounteagle's Letter: Being a Proof, with Moral ... - Halaman 228
oleh Henry Hawkes Spink (jr) - 1902 - 412 halaman
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1833
...executive, there was scarcely an interregnum of law ; for that which George Withers describes as ' — a yet auguster thing, Veiled though it be, than Parliament or King/ still maintained its supremacy in the public mind. ' Independ' ently of the murder of the king,' remarks...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 9;Volume 57

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1833
...executive, there was scarcely an interregnum of law ; for that which George Withers describes as ' — a yet auguster thing, Veiled though it be, than Parliament or King,' still maintained its supremacy in the public mind. ' Independ' ently of the murder of the king,' remarks...
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The Church of England quarterly review, Volume 1

1837
...glory of their own ! But let them know 'twas for A DEEPER LIFE, Which they but represent That there's on earth a yet auguster thing, Veiled though it be, than parliament and king." No harm is done, in so far, we are ready to allow ; but to pretend that in other respects...
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Macphail's Edinburgh ecclesiastical journal and literary review, Volume 5-6

1848
...of their own ! But let them know, 'twas for a deeper life, Which they but represent — That there's on earth a yet auguster thing, Veiled though it be, than Parliament and King." ;he whole range of science there is no truth more certain and yet nore frequently and generally...
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Notes and Queries

1905
...than Parliament or King. The lines, as I remember them when Bright epoke them, ran thus : — There is a yet auguster thing, Veiled though it be, than Parliament or King. MR. GRIGOR conjectures that George Wither •was the author of the lines— if so, it must have been...
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The poor gentlemen of Liège: the history of the Jesuits in England and ...

Jacques Augustin M. Crétineau-Joly - 1863 - 129 halaman
...glory of their own ! But let them know 'twas for a deeper life Which they but represent— That there's on earth a yet auguster thing, Veiled though it be, than parliament or king," NOTE 50, PAGES 110, 111. " Their name was made a war cry," etc., to " on but one occasion." 1 Truly...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine, Volume 1

1866
...essentially the State. But let them know there is a deeper life Which they but represent; That there's on earth a yet auguster thing, Veiled though it be, than Parliament and King.' This is the whole of the passage from which Bright, in his speech at Birmingham• quoted...
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The Radical, Volume 3

1868
...comprehension, human sympathies, and faith in the immutable laws that rule the world ; who " Know there 's on earth a yet auguster thing Veiled though it be, than Parliament or King." Say not that you find blemishes in the man, personal inconsistences; that you cannot forget the past;...
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Correspondence and Table-talk, Volume 2

Benjamin Robert Haydon - 1876
...glory of their own ! But let them know 'twas for a dceper life, Which they but represent, That there's on earth a yet auguster thing, Veiled though it be, than Parliament or King." — ED. t But if a man " abstracts " himself from the world he loses the direct influence he might...
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Benjamin Robert Haydon: Correspondence and Table-talk, Volume 2

Benjamin Robert Haydon - 1876 - 484 halaman
...glory of their own ! But let them know 'twas for a deeper life, Which they but represent, That there's on earth a yet auguster thing, Veiled though it be, than Parliament or King." — ED. of successful campaigns ! But the moment I entered the House and saw the glories of Rubens,...
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