of posterity

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  • I would act, too, as if the eye of posterity was gazing on me. ...
  • The poet is he who can write some pure mythology to-day without the aid of posterity. ...
  • In what light then shall we be viewed by the future eye, if we neglect the interest of posterity? ...
  • He did not go alone to his room to exhibit himself on paper for the admiration of posterity. ...
  • My heart absolutely requires this declaration, for what is now to him even the voice of posterity! ...
  • He enjoys not a little -- it has been often said -- of the position of posterity. ...
  • So the care of posterity is most in them, that have no posterity. ...
  • He had the same confidence in the judgment of posterity that he had in the future beyond the grave. ...
  • He often observed to me that with him the opinion of posterity was the real immortality of the soul.
  • From what teaching or saying of Jesus does he infer his respect for the rights of posterity? ...
  • The future liberation of the public revenue they leave to the care of posterity. ...
  • But unless she had suffered, nothing would have remained of this grandeur in the eyes of posterity. ...
  • First of all, my qualities are not of the kind which demand the recognition of posterity. ...
  • That matter will come in due time before the unerring tribunal of posterity. ...
  • They show that the greatest of Oriental nations has not suffered in reputation at the hands of posterity. ...
  • Many years he lived in the midst of posterity. ...
  • The interests of the individual are too often regarded to the exclusion of posterity. ...
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