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" On the demise of a person of eminence, it is confidently averred that he had a hand "open as day to melting charity," and that "take him for all in all, we ne'er shall look upon his like again. "
Lives of illustrious ... Irishmen, ed. by J. Wills - Page 366
by Irishman - 1844
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Masterpieces of Eloquence: Famous Orations of Great World Leaders ..., Volume 9

Mayo Williamson Hazeltine - Speeches, addresses, etc - 1905 - 11114 pages
...Such was the untimely fate of Alexander Hamilton, whose character warrants the apprehension that, " take him for all in all, we ne'er shall look upon his like again." Nature, even in the partial distribution of her favors, generally limits the attainments of great men...
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Transactions of the Alabama Historical Society, Volume 5

Alabama Historical Society - Alabama - 1905
...or any other State. I do not say of Mr. Lyon that he was a man, to adopt the words of Shakespeare, "Take him for all in all, We ne'er shall look upon his like again;" but I do say, he was a man, take him for all in all, we shall seldom look upon his like again. He was...
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Letters of Elizabeth Cabot, Volume 1

Elizabeth Dwight Cabot - Massachusetts - 1905
...about the room. Of course there are innumerable mottoes, but even the Democrats have on their flag : " Take him for all in all, We ne'er shall look upon his like again." It has been the beauty of the whole thing that it is not in the least confined to any party. The Democrats...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository, Volume 88

1885
...knew him in the nearer relationships of home; truly of him one can hardly help but say — " He was a man ; take him for all in all We ne'er shall look upon his like again." He has gone, but he has left behind him the fragrant memory of a holy life, than which no more glorious...
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Notes and Queries

Electronic journals - 1908
...and exhibiting for a short time in London, previous to going to Paris, a stupendous Male BOXASsrs. ' Take him for all in all we ne'er shall look upon his like again.' Shakępeare. The only one that was ever imported into this Kingdom. — The sight of which instantly...
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Abraham Lincoln and the Jews

Isaac Markens - 1909 - 60 pages
...benefactor, who, more than any other whose name history transmits, deserves the poet's tribute of being " A man take him for all in all we ne'er shall look upon his like again." He has immortalized the country over which he so worthily presided by ever remaining true to freedom...
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Abraham Lincoln and the Jews

Isaac Markens - Jewish question - 1909 - 60 pages
...benefactor, who, more than any other whose name history transmits, deserves the poet's tribute of being " A man take him for all in all we ne'er shall look upon his like again." He has immortalized the country over which he so worthily presided by ever remaining true to freedom...
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John Warwick Daniel (late a Senator from Virginia) Memorial Addresses ...

United States. Congress - 1911 - 158 pages
...decades, but the school from which his equipment and his standards were derived is closed, and — " Take him for all in all, we ne'er shall look upon his like again." [117] ADDRESS OF MR. SLEMP, OF VIRGINIA Mr. SPEAKER : I desire to avail myself of the privilege of...
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The Diary of William Bentley, D.D., Pastor of the East Church ..., Volume 4

William Bentley - American diaries - 1914
...persons, some of them not of his own parish, with strict orders that it should not be known who sent them. "Take him for all in all, we ne'er shall look upon his like again." — [From Note Book kept by Benjamin F. Browne now in the possession of the Essex Institute.'] INDEX...
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Greenwich Village

Anna Alice Chapin - Greenwich Village (New York, N.Y.) - 1917 - 299 pages
...any man's memory deserves a place in the breast of a freeman, it is that of the deceased, for, " ' Take him for all in all, We ne'er shall look upon his like again.' " The funeral party consisted of Hicks, Mme. de Bonneville and two negroes, who loyally walked twenty-two...
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