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Unto This Last - Page 17
by John Ruskin - 2006 - 104 pages
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The Cornhill Magazine

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - Electronic journals - 1860
...recognizing what is in our days, perhaps, th« most important of all fields ; so that, while many a zealous person loses his life in trying to teach the form...functions of a merchant with respect to other people. I_ghould like the ivader to be very clear about this. Five great intellectual professions, relating...
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The Cornhill Magazine

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - Electronic journals - 1860
...tench the form of a gospel, very few will loso a hundred pounds in showing the practice of one. The &ct is, that people never have had clearly explained to...functions of a merchant with respect to other people. I_should like the 14'ader to be very clear about this. Five great intellectual professions, relating...
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions ...

William Newton - 1860
...the pastor's, the physician's, the lawyer's, and the merchant's. "The fact is," he modestly says, " that people never have had clearly explained to them...functions of a merchant with respect to other people." His profession, he proceeds, is "to provide,— that is to say, he has to understand to their very...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 21

American literature - 1860
...recognizing what is in our days, perhaps, the most important of all fields ; so that, while many a zealous person loses his life in trying to teach the form of a gospel, very few will lose n hundred pounds in showing the practice of one. The fact is, that people never have had clearly explained...
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Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences, Volume 12

Inventions - 1866
...physician's, the lawyer's, and the merchant's. " The fact is," he modestly says, " that people never liave had clearly explained to them the true functions of a merchant with respect to other people." His profession, he proceeds, is "to provide, — that is to say, he has to understand to their very...
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The Century, Volume 97

1919
...to the merchant, a term that he uses to refer to all who engage in any form of industrial pursuit: The fact is that people never have had clearly explained...functions of a merchant with respect to other people . . . Five great intellectual professions, relating to daily necessities of life, have hitherto existed...
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"Unto this Last": Four Essays on the First Principles of Political Economy

John Ruskin - Economics - 1872 - 138 pages
...recognizing what is in our days, perhaps, the most important of all fields ; so that, while many a zoalous person loses his life in trying to teach the form...showing the practice of one. The fact is, that people iiever have had clearly explained to thorn the true functions of a merchant with respect to other people....
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The Works of John Ruskin: Time and tide, by Weare and Tyne. "Unto this last ...

John Ruskin - 1887
...recognizing what is in our days, perhaps, the most important of all fields ; so that, while many a zealous person loses his life in trying to teach the form of a gospel, very few will lose a hundred ponnds in showing the practice of one. The fact is, that people never have had clearly explained to...
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Pratt Institute Monthly, Volume 3

1895
...scramble Of men, with whom in life to thrive Is with good hick to gamble." —John Stuart Blackie. " PEOPLE never have had clearly explained to them the...relating to daily necessities of life, have hitherto existed—three exist necessarily in every civilized nation; The Soldier's profession is to defend...
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The Works of John Ruskin, Volume 17

John Ruskin - 1905
...recognizing what is in our days, perhaps, the most important of all fields ; so that, while many a zealous person loses his life in trying to teach the form...lose a hundred pounds in showing the practice of one. 21. The fact is, that people never have had clearly explained to them the true functions of a merchant...
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