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الصفحة 522 - He is a kind, good soul, full of religion and affection, and poetry and animal magnetism. His cardinal sin is that he wants will; he has no resolution, he shrinks from pain or labour in any of its shapes.
الصفحة 258 - God that I believe such a service one of the greatest that a man of intellect and courage can render to society. Of course I saw the beast of a prisoner (with my mind's eye) delivering his cut-and-dried speech, and read in every word of it that no one but the murderer could have delivered or conceived it.
الصفحة 529 - Superficial travellers generally praise the Irish. Carlyle had not been long in their country when he formulated his idea of the Home Rule that seemed to him most for their good. Kildare Railway : big blockhead sitting with his dirty feet on seat opposite, not stirring them for one who wanted to sit there. " One thing we're all agreed on...
الصفحة 525 - Mrs. Hunt I shall soon be quite terminated with, I foresee. She torments my life out with borrowing. She actually borrowed one of the brass fenders the other day, and I had difficulty in getting it out of her hands ; irons, glasses, teacups, silver spoons are in constant requisition, and when one sends fur them the whole number can never be found.
الصفحة 522 - ... hair, and you have some faint idea of Coleridge. He is a kind, good soul, full of religion and affection and poetry and animal magnetism.
الصفحة 527 - Gaelic wife, with the pitiful gift of making verses, and affections cold as those of a tinker's cuddie, with nothing to love but my own paltry self and what belongs to it ? My proudest feelings rivalled, surpassed by Lord Petersham and the whole population of Bond Street? God forbid! Let me be poor and wretched if it must be so, but never, never let the holy feeling of affection leave me. Break my heart a hundred times, but never let it be its own grave ! ' The aspect of that man jarred the music...
الصفحة 529 - Hill, but not with interest ; with sorrow, rather, and contempt ; one of the ten times ten thousand futile, fruitless battles this brawling, unreasonable people has fought; the saddest of distinctions to them among peoples. At Dublin he met Gavan Duffy again ; stayed several days ; saw various...
الصفحة 522 - I anticipated — a forest of thoughts, some true, many false, more part dubious, all of them ingenious in some degree, often in a high degree. But there is no method in his talk ; he wanders like a man sailing among many currents, whithersoever his lazy mind directs him ; and what is more unpleasant, he preaches, or rather soliloquises. He cannot speak, he can only tal-k (so he names it).