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" O'er treasures burthening life, and buried deep In cavern-tomb, and sought through shades and stealth, By some pale mortal, trembling at his wealth. But woe for those who trample o'er a mind ! A deathless thing ! They know not what they do, Nor what they... "
The Condition and Fate of England ... - Página 120
por Charles Edwards Lester - 1843
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Theory and Practice of Teaching, Or, The Motives and Methods of Good School ...

David Perkins Page - 1895 - 324 páginas
...vice. "Oh, woe to those who trample on the mind, That deathless thing ! They know not what they do, Nor what they deal with. Man, perchance, may bind The...— But for the soul, oh, tremble and beware To lay rode hands upon God's mysteries there ! " Let then the teacher study well his motives when he enters...
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An Historical Sketch of the State Normal College at Albany, N.Y. and a ...

State College for Teachers (Albany, N.Y.) - 1894 - 465 páginas
...develop. " O, woe to those who trample on the mind. That deathiess thing ! They know not what they do. Nor what they deal with. Man, perchance may bind The flower...lyre-string from his touch that flew ; But for the soul, O, tremble and beware To lay rude hands upon God's mysteries there ! " A non-professional teacher —...
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Addresses: Educational, Political, Scientific, and Religious

James Thomas Edwards - 1896 - 295 páginas
...with the eternal interests of the soul — " That deathless thing ! They know not what they do, Nor what they deal with. Man, perchance, may bind The...lyre-string from his touch that flew ; But for the sou], O, tremble and beware To lay rude hands upon God's mysteries there ! " He who deals with immortal...
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School Days in the Fifties: A True Story with Some Untrue Names of Persons ...

William Milford Giffin - 1906 - 131 páginas
...develop. " O, woe to those who trample on the mind, That deathless thing! They know not what they do, Nor what they deal with. Man, perchance may bind The flower...lyre-string from his touch that flew; But for the soul, O, tremble and beware To lay rude hands upon God's mysteries there!" teachers are too impatient, too...
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The Feminist Thought of Sarah Grimké

Gerda Lerner, Sarah Moore Grimké - 1998 - 193 páginas
...of life." But woe to those who trample on the mind A deathless thing They know not what they do Nor what they deal with. Man perchance may bind the flower...light anew the torch he quenches Or to music wind the lyre string From his touch that flew. But for the mind Oh tremble and beware Lay not rude hands...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts Historical Society - 1908
...systems. Oh, woe to those who trample on the mind, That deathless thing ! They know not what they do, Nor what they deal with. Man, perchance, may bind The flower his step hath braised; or light anew The torch he quenches ; or to music wind Again tbe lyre-string from his touch...
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Missouri School Journal, Volumen16

1899
...principles.'' "O, woe to those who trample on the mind, That: deathless thing! They know not what they do, Nor what they deal with. Man, perchance, may bind The...quenches, or to music wind Again the lyre-string from liis touch that flew; Hut for the soul, O, tremble and beware, To lay rude hands upon God's mysteries...
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The University Quarterly: Conducted by an Association of ..., Volúmenes1-2

1860
...said, '- Wo for those who trample o'er a mind ! A deathless thing. — They know not what they do, Or what they deal with ! Man perchance may bind The...The torch he quenches ; or to music wind Again the lyrc-striug from his touch that flew, Bnt for the soul ! O ! tremble and beware To lay rude hands upon...
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Overland Monthly and Out West Magazine

1895
...you. O, wo to those who trample on the mind. That deathless thing ! They know not what they do, Nor what they deal with. Man, perchance may bind The flower...The torch he quenches, or to music wind Again the lyre string from his touch that flew: — But for the soul, O tremble and beware To lay rude hands...
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