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" People that had lighted on a new thought or a thought that they fancied new came to Emerson, as the finder of a glittering gem hastens to a lapidary, to ascertain its quality and value. "
Pen Pictures of Modern Authors - Page 91
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The American Whig Review, Volume 4

George Hooker Colton, James Davenport Whelpley - 1846
...ask deliverance, but to invite the free spirit into their own thraldom. People that had lighted on a new thought, or a thought that they fancied new,...intellectual fire, as a beacon burning on a hill-top, and climhing the difficult ascent, looked forth into the surrounding obscurity, more hopefully than hitherto....
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The American Whig Review, Volume 4

George Hooker Colton, James Davenport Whelpley - 1846
...ask deliverance, but to invite the free spirit into their own thraldom. People that had lighted on a new thought, or a thought that they fancied new, came to Emerson, as the tinder of a glitlering gem hastens to a lapidary, to ascertain its quality and Value. Uncertain, troubled,...
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The People's Journal, Volume 4

John Saunders - 1848
...ask deliverance, but to invite the free spirit into their own thraldom. People that had lighted on a new thought, or a thought that they fancied new,...beheld his intellectual fire, as a beacon burning on a hill top, and climbing the difficult ascent, looked forth into the surrounding obscurity more hopefully...
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Mosses from an Old Manse

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1851
...a^k deliverance, but to invite the free spirit into their own thraldom. People that had lighted on a new thought, or a thought that they fancied new, came to Hmorson, as tho finder of a glittering gem hastens to a lapidary, to ascertain its quality and value....
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Hand-book of American literature, historical, biographical, and critical [by ...

Joseph Gostwick - American literature - 1856 - 319 pages
...ask deliverance, but to invite the free spirit into their own thraldom. People that had lighted on a new thought, or a thought that they fancied new,...surrounding obscurity more hopefully than hitherto But it was impossible to dwell in his vicinity without inhaling, more or less, the mountain atmosphere...
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Mosses from an Old Manse, Volume 1

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1857
...ask deliverance, but to invite the free spirit into their own thraldom. People that had lighted on a new thought or a thought that they fancied new came...beheld his "intellectual fire as a beacon burning on a hill top, and, climbing the difficult ascent, looked forth into the surrounding obscurity more hopefully...
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Mosses from an Old Manse: In Two Volumes, Volume 1

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1865
...ask deliverance, but to invite the free spirit into their own thraldom. People that had lighted on a new thought or a thought that they fancied new came...beheld his intellectual fire as a beacon burning on a hill top, and, climbing the difficult ascent, looked forth into the surrounding obscurity more hopefully...
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The Century, Volume 17

1879
...ask deliverance, but to invite the free spirit into their own thraldom. People that had lighted on a new thought, or a thought that they fancied new,...glittering gem hastens to a lapidary to ascertain its value. For myself, there had been epochs in my life when it, too, might have asked of this prophet...
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Hawthorne

Henry James - Authors, American - 1879 - 183 pages
...at the opposite extremity of our village. .... People that had lighted on a new thought or a thought they fancied new, came to Emerson, as the finder of...to a lapidary, to ascertain its quality and value." And Hawthorne enumerates some of the categories of pilgrims to the shrine of the mystic counsellor,...
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Hawthorne

Henry James - 1879 - 177 pages
...of our village. . . . People that had lighted on a new thought, or a thought they fancied new, eame to Emerson, as the finder of a glittering gem hastens...to a lapidary, to ascertain its quality and value;" and Hawthorne enumerates some of the categories of pilgrims to the shrine of the mystic counsellor,...
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