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" It has, in fact, nothing which can properly be termed ornament. It is a sanctuary so pure and stainless, revealing so exalted a spirit of worship, that I felt humbled, as a Christian, to think that our nobler religion has so rarely inspired its architects... "
From Hong-Kong to the Himalayas: Or, Three Thousand Miles Through India - Page 221
by Edward Warren Clark - 1880 - 368 pages
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 29

India - 1857
...the severe simplicity of Doric art. It has, in fact, nothing which can properly be termed ornament. It is a sanctuary so pure and stainless, revealing so exalted a spirit of worship, that I felt humhled, as a Christian, to think that our nobler religion has so rarely inspired its architects to...
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A Visit to India, China, and Japan, in the Year 1853

Bayard Taylor - China - 1855 - 539 pages
...the severe simp licity of Doric art. It has, in fact, nothing which can properly be termed ornament. It is a sanctuary so pure and stainless, revealing so exalted a spirit of worship that I fclt-lmmbled, as a Christian, to think that our nobler religion has so rarely inspired its architects...
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the calcutta review

the calcutta review - 1857
...the severe simplicity of Doric art. It has, in fact, nothing which can properly be termed ornament. It is a sanctuary so pure and stainless, revealing...I felt humbled, as a Christian, to think that our nobler religion has so rarely inspired its architects to surpass this temple to God and Mohammed."...
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Prose Writings of Bayard Taylor ...

Bayard Taylor - 1862
...which ean properly be termed ornament. It is a sanctuary so pure and stainless, revealing M< exalted spirit of worship that I felt humbled as a Christian, to think that onr nobler reli^'on Las so rarely itsj.-ir.-tl its architects to surpass this temple to God and 3IoLammed....
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A Visit to India, China, and Japan, in the Year 1853

Bayard Taylor - East Asia - 1872 - 539 pages
...art. It has, in fact, nothing which can properly be termed ornament. It is a sanctuary so pure apd stainless, revealing so exalted a spirit of worship...I felt humbled, as a Christian, to think that our nobler religion has so rarely inspired its architects to surpass this temple to God and Mohammed. After...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 19; Volume 82

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1874
...has the severe simplicity of Dorkart. It has, in fact, nothing which can be properly called ornament. It is a sanctuary so pure and stainless, revealing...inspired its architects to surpass this temple to God and Mahommed.' During the Mutiny this mosque was used as a hospital, but came out of the ordeal unscathed....
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 9

1874
...which can be properly called ornament. It is a sanctuary so pure and stainless, revealing soexalted a spirit of worship, that I felt humbled, as a Christian,...inspired its architects to surpass this temple to God and Mabommed.' During the Mutiny this mosque was used as a hospital, but came out of the ordeal unscathed....
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 89

1874
...has the severe simplicity of Doric art. It has in fact nothing which can be properly called ornament. It is a sanctuary so pure and stainless, revealing...spirit of worship, that I felt humbled, as a Christian, mosque was used as a hospital, but came out of the ordeal unscathed. Even the British soldier refrained...
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Dottings Round the Circle

Voyages around the world - 1876 - 329 pages
...white marble, standing on a lofty sandstone platform, and has three delicate domes of white marble. " It is a sanctuary so pure and stainless, revealing...inspired its architects to surpass this temple to God and Mahomet." * From here we drive to the Taj. Arrived at the premises, * Nnyard Taylor. we pass through...
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Illustrated India: Its Princes and People: Upper, Central, and Farther India ...

Julia A. Stone - India - 1877 - 628 pages
...little kiosks, surmounted by a little white bubble of a dome, making a border exquisitely beautiful. ^"It is a sanctuary so pure and stainless, revealing...worship, that I felt humbled as a Christian to think our noble religion has never inspired our architects to surpass this temple to God and Mohammed." Thus...
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