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A Short Life of William Ewart Gladston With Extracts From His Speeches And Wri

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Jones, Charles H
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It is somewhat like the kingly ghost in * Hamlet, ' of which one of the characters of Shakespeare says : 138 WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE.
* We do it wrong, being so majestical, To offer it the show of violence ; For it is, as the air, invulnerable, And our vain blows malicious mockery. ' But, sir, this is to view a religious establishment upon one side only, upon what I may call the ethereal side. It has likewise a side of earth ; and here I can not do better than quote some lines written by the pr
...esent Arch- bishop of Dublin, at a time when his genius was devoted to the muses. He said, in speaking of mankind : * We who did our lineage high Draw from beyond the starry sky, Are yet upon the other side. To earth and to its dust allied. ' And so the Church Establishment, regarded in its theory and in its aim, is beautiful and attractive. Yet what is it but an appropriation of public property — an appropria- tion of the fruits of labor and of skiU to certain pur- poses? and unless these purposes are fulfilled, that appro- priation can not be justified.

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