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" Our true country is that ideal realm which we represent to ourselves under the names of religion, duty, and the like. Our terrestrial organizations are but far-off approaches to SO fair a model, and all they are verily traitors who resist not any attempt... "
Fable for critics. Bigelow papers. Unhappy lot of Mr. Knott. An oriental ... - Page 173
by James Russell Lowell - 1858
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The Biglow Papers

James Russell Lowell - American wit and humor - 1859 - 198 pages
...invisible and holier fatherland. There is a patriotism of the soul whose claim absolves us from our other and terrene fealty. Our true country is that...names of religion, duty, and the like. Our terrestrial organisations are but far-off approaches to so fair a model, and all they are verily traitors who resist...
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The Biglow Papers, Volume 1

James Russell Lowell - American wit and humor - 1861 - 200 pages
...invisible and holier fatherland. There is a patriotism of the soul whose claim absolves us from our other and terrene fealty. Our true country is that...up our caps and shout with the multitude, — "Our cowntry, however bounded!" he demands of us that we sacrifice the larger to the less, the higher to...
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The Biglow Papers, Volume 1

James Russell Lowell - American wit and humor - 1861 - 200 pages
...invisible and holier fatherland. There is a patriotism of the soul whose claim absolves us from our other and terrene fealty. Our true country is that...any attempt to divert them from this their original intendmen t. When, therefore, one would have us to fling up our caps and shout with the multitude,—-"Our...
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Melibœus-Hipponax. The Biglow papers, ed. with an intr. &c. by Homer Wilbur

James Russell Lowell - 1865
...patriotism of the sonl whose claim absolves us from our other and terrene fealty. Our true country ia that ideal realm which we represent to ourselves under...up our caps and shout with the multitude,—" Our countrg, twweuer boundedl" he demands of us that we sacrifice the larger to the less, the higher to...
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The Poetical Works of James R. Lowell

1866
...invisible and holier fatherland. There is a patriotism of the soul whose claim absolves us from our other and terrene fealty. Our true country is that...divert them from this their original intendment. When, thersfore, one would have us to fling up our caps and shout with the multitude,—" Our country, however...
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The Poetical Works of James R. Lowell ...

James Russell Lowell - Poetry - 1866
...invisible and holier fatherland. There is a patriotism of the soul whose claim absolves us from our other and terrene fealty. Our true country is that...duty, and the like. Our terrestrial organizations an but far-off approaches to so fair a model, and all they are verily traitors who resist not any attempt...
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The Biglow Papers

James Russell Lowell - Mexican War, 1846-1848 - 1868 - 175 pages
...invisible and holier fatherland. There is a patriotism of the soul whose claim absolves us from our other and terrene fealty. Our true country is that...terrestrial organizations are but far-off approaches to so fan- a model, and all they are verily traitors who resist not any attempt to divert them from this...
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The Poetical Works of James Russell Lowell, Issue 514

James Russell Lowell - American poetry - 1873 - 453 pages
...in.•bible and holier fatherland. There is a patriotism of the soul whose claim absolves us from our other and terrene fealty. Our true country is that...under the names of religion, duty, and the like. Our' terrestnial i rg.mizations are but far.off approaches to su fair a model, and all they are verily traitors...
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The Poetical Works of James Russell Lowell

James Russell Lowell - American poetry - 1876 - 406 pages
...invisible and holier fatherland. There is a patriotism of the soul whose claim absolves ns from our other and terrene fealty. Our true country is that...original intendment. When, therefore, one would have ns to fling up our caps and shout with the multitude, — " Onr country, hawever bounded ! " he demands...
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The Poetical Works of James Russel Lowell

James Russell Lowell - 1877 - 406 pages
...oilier nnd terrene fealty. Oui- true n urn try is that ideal realtn wlm-h we represent to on reel ves under the names of religion , duty, and the like. Our terrestrial organizations are but far off approaches to so fair л nuclei, and all they are verily traitors who resist not any attempt...
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