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" Let it be our hope to make a gentleman of every youth who is put under our charge, not a conventional gentleman but a man of culture, a man of intellectual resource, a man of public spirit, a man of refinement, with that good taste which is the conscience... "
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Proceedings, Abstracts of Lectures and a Brief Report of the Discussions of ...

National Education Association of the United States - 1900 - 824 pages
...for beauty and manners and order and reason, and by endowing him, to use Mr. Lowell's noble phrase, "with that good taste which is the conscience of the...that conscience which is the good taste of the soul." But the. impulse to cry out for scholars and seers to enter into the hurly-burly of life is a just...
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Journal of Proceedings and Addresses of the ... Annual Meeting, Volume 39

National Educational Association (U.S.). Meeting - 1900 - 826 pages
...for beauty and manners and order and reason, and by endowing him, to use Mr. Lowell's noble phrase, "with that good taste which is the conscience of the...that conscience which is the good taste of the soul." But the impulse to cry out for scholars and seers to enter into the hurly-burly of life is a just one....
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Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education

National Society for the Study of Education - 1900 - 1068 pages
...intellectual resource, of public spirit, of refinement, with that good taste which, as Lowell said, " is the conscience of the mind, and that conscience which is the good taste of the soul." We recognize that only individual improvement can result in the approximation of an ideal community....
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Orations from Homer to William McKinley, Volume 19

Mayo Williamson Hazeltine - 1902 - 490 pages
...withstand the temptations of poverty. Give to history, give to political economy, the ample verge the timea demand, but with no detriment to those liberal arts...that conscience which is the good taste of the soul. This we have tried to do in the past; this let us try to do in the future. We cannot do this for all...
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The South Atlantic Quarterly, Volume 1

John Spencer Bassett, Edwin Mims, William Henry Glasson, William Preston Few, William Kenneth Boyd, William Hane Wannamaker - 1902 - 406 pages
...anniversary of the founding of Harvard College: "A man of culture, a man of intellectual resources, a man of public spirit, a man of refinement, with...that conscience which is the good taste of the soul." It is of Lowell as a citizen of the Republic that I would write of his public spirit, his active...
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A Liberal Education and a Liberal Faith: A Series of Baccalaureate Addresses

Charles Franklin Thwing - 1903 - 248 pages
...it impossible." " Let it be our hope," says Mr. Lowell, speaking also before a college audience, " to make a gentleman of every youth who is put under...that conscience which is the good taste of the soul." Nobly spoken are these words by Mr. Lowell, but he would also say that each man's faculties and powers...
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Transactions of the New Hampshire Medical Society ...

New-Hampshire Medical Society - 1906 - 272 pages
...remember always Lowell's definition of a gentleman. "A man of culture, a man of intellectual resources, a man of public spirit, a man of refinement, with...that conscience which is the good taste of the soul." The public demands of the physician, intelligence, and demands a higher degree of knowledge each year....
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Crescent, Volume 29

1906 - 690 pages
...who take our vows may become true gentlemen, brave, tender, faithful obeyors of duty, lovers of men, "with that good taste which is the conscience of the...that conscience which is the good taste of the soul." The New Song Book. One of Bill Nye's most delightful lectures was on "How To Keep Our Wives Home Evenings."...
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Hidden Power

John G. Willacy - 1917 - 344 pages
...surely evolving type of womanhood not now uncommon to American life, a type which represents ' ' that good taste which is the conscience of the mind...that conscience which is the good taste of the soul," a spirit "mild as it is game, and game as it is mild." Gentle through and through; courageous through...
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Library Journal, Volume 43, Issue 1

Melvil Dewey, Richard Rogers Bowker, L. Pylodet, Karl Brown, Frederick Leypoldt, Charles Ammi Cutter, Bertine Emma Weston, Helen E. Wessells - 1919 - 630 pages
...building which will promote, by exemplifying, what Lowell called the chief aim of a college education: "that good taste which is the conscience of the mind,...that conscience which is the good taste of the soul." You may well rejoice in such a building. The donor may rejoice. And the memory of him whom it commemorates...
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