Diutiska: An Historical and Critical Survey of the Literature of Germany, from the Earliest Period to the Death of Göthe

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Tübner, 1863 - 367 pages

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Page 101 - Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
Page 7 - A DICTIONARY, SANSKRIT AND ENGLISH, extended and improved from the Second Edition of the Dictionary of Professor HH WILSON, with his sanction and concurrence.
Page 268 - Allein der neue Trieb erwacht, Ich eile fort, ihr ew'ges Licht zu trinken, Vor mir den Tag und hinter mir die Nacht, Den Himmel über mir und unter mir die Wellen.
Page 168 - Liebe und Freundschaft umschlang die verwandten Seelen im Leben, und ihr Sterbliches deckt dieser gemeinsame Stein.
Page 10 - INDIGENOUS RACES OF THE EARTH ; or. New Chapters of Ethnological Inquiry: including Monographs on Special Departments of Philology, Iconography, Cranioscopy, Palaeontology, Pathology, Archaeology, Comparative Geography, and Natural History, contributed by Alfred Maury, Francis Pulszky, and J. Aitken Meigs, MD ; presenting Fresh Investigations, Documents, and Materials, by JC NOTT, MD, and GEO.
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Page 2 - I concur in opinion with those who deem the Germans never to have intermarried with other nations; but to be a race, pure, unmixed, and stamped with a distinct character. Hence a family likeness pervades the whole, though their numbers are so great: eyes stern and blue; ruddy hair; large bodies, powerful in sudden exertions, but impatient of toil and labour, least of all capable of sustaining thirst and heat. Cold and hunger they are accustomed by their climate and soil to endure.
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Page 224 - Wer sich zum Gesetz macht was einem jeden Neugebornen der Genius des Menschenverstandes heimlich ins Ohr flüstert, das Tun am Denken, das Denken am Tun zu prüfen, der kann nicht irren, und irrt er, so wird er sich bald auf den rechten Weg zurückfinden.

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