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" Every rank of creatures, as it ascends in the scale of creation, leaves death behind it or under it. The metal at its height of being seems a mute prophecy of the coming vegetation, into a mimic semblance of which it crystallizes. "
The microscope; its history, construction, and application - Page 435
1854
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Specimens of the Table Talk of the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge ..., Volume 1

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Critics - 1835 - 326 pages
...philosophic depth, which the readers of the Aids to Reflection have long since laid up in cedar : — " Every rank of creatures, as it ascends in the scale...coming vegetation, into a mimic semblance of which it crystallizes. The blossom and flower, the acme of vegetable life, divides into correspondent organs...
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Specimens of the Table Talk of the Late Samuel Taylor Coleridge ..., Volume 1

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Critics - 1835 - 280 pages
...philosophic depth, which the readers of the Aids to Reflection have long since laid up in cedar : — " Every rank of creatures, as it ascends in the scale...coming vegetation, into a mimic semblance of which it crystallizes. The blossom and flower, the acme of vegetable life, divides into correspondent organs...
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Specimens of the Table Talk of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Henry Nelson Coleridge - Anecdotes - 1836 - 326 pages
...philosophic depth, which the readert of the Aids to Reflection have long since laid up in cedar : — " Every rank of creatures, as it ascends in the scale...under it. The metal at its height of being seems a THE POPEDOM. 43 July 12. 1827. POPEDO3I. SCANDEBBEG. THOMAS A BECKET. PURE AGES OP GREEK, ITALIAN,...
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Aids to Reflection in the Formation of a Manly Character on the Several ...

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Christianity - 1836
...seek it, in things below you. How can that be ? It must be a higher good to make you happy. COMMENT. Every rank of Creatures, as it ascends in the scale of Creation, leaves D«ath behind it or under it. The Metal at" its height of Being seems a mute Prophecy of the coming...
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Aids to Reflection

Samuel Taylor Coleridge, John McVickar - Conduct of life - 1839 - 324 pages
...seek it, in things below you. How can that be ? It must be a higher good to make you happy. COMMENT. Every rank of creatures, as it ascends in the scale...coming vegetation, into a mimic semblance of which it crystallizes. The blossom and flower, the acme of vegetable life, divides into correspondent organs...
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Aids to reflection, Volume 1

Samuel Taylor Coleridge, James Marsh - Religion - 1839 - 315 pages
...seek it, in things below you. How can that be ? It must be a higher good to make you happy. COMMENT. Every rank of creatures, as it ascends in the scale...coming vegetation, into a mimic semblance of which it crystallizes. The blossom and flower, the acme of vegetable life, divides into correspondent organs...
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The Monthly magazine

Monthly literary register - 1840
...says Coleridge, "the cope of heaven imaged in a dew-drop." Again, says this transcendent genius, " Every rank of creatures, as it ascends in the scale...coming vegetation, into a. mimic semblance of which it crystallizes. The blossom and flower, the acme of vegetable life, divides into correspondent organs...
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Aids to Reflection

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Aphorisms and apothegms - 1840 - 357 pages
...seek it, in things below you. How can that be? It must be a higher good to make you happy. COMMENT. Every rank of creatures, as it ascends in the scale of creation, leaves deatli behind it or under it. The metal at its height of being seems a mute prophecy of the coming...
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The Use of the Body in Relation to the Mind

George Moore - Mind and body - 1846 - 431 pages
...causes it to assume new forms, to promote growth and to resist decay. We see that, as Coleridge says, " every rank of creatures, as it ascends in the scale of creation, leaves death behind and below it." The greatest tenacity of organic life does not, however, belong to the highest order...
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Aids to Reflection ...: With the Author's Last Corrections

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1847 - 322 pages
...seek it, in things below you. How can that be ? It must be a higher good to make you happy. COMMENT. Every rank of creatures, as it ascends in the scale...coming vegetation, into a mimic semblance of which it crystallizes. The blossom and flower, the acme of vegetable life, divides into correspondent organs...
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