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" It will mar our comfort." Ye say, "It will minish our trade." Do ye wait for the spattered shrapnel ere ye learn how a gun is laid? For the low, red glare to southward when the raided coasttowns burn? "
Naval Institute Proceedings - Page 67
by United States Naval Institute - 1911
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The Kipling Index: Being a Guide to Authorized American Trade Edition of ...

1919 - 99 pages
...tried to speak nationally, he could not get an audience. Even now they would rather read HG Wells. Do ye wait for the spattered shrapnel ere ye learn how a gun is laid? For the low red glare to southward when the raided coast towns burn? (Light ye shall have on that lesson, but little time to...
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Getting the Most Out of Business

Elias St. Elmo Lewis - Business - 1919 - 485 pages
...welcoming of the boys back home. Britain may never forget that she paid no heed to Kipling's prophecies — Do ye wait for the spattered shrapnel ere ye learn how a gun is laid? For the low red glare to southward when the raided coast towns burn? (Light ye shall have on that lesson, but little time to...
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Between Two Worlds: The New Day and the Old Questions

John Heston Willey - Death - 1919 - 158 pages
...quiet and long lie down at ease ; . . . flanneled fools at the wicket and muddied oafs at the goal. But ye say, 'It will mar our comfort'; ye say, 'It will minish our trade.' Do you wait for the spattered shrapnel ere ye learn how a gun is laid?" It is a vivid picture, somewhat...
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Between Two Worlds: The New Day and the Old Questions

John Heston Willey - Death - 1919 - 158 pages
...oafs at the goal. But ye say, 'It will mar our comfort'; ye say, 'It will minish our trade.' Do you wait for the spattered shrapnel ere ye learn how a gun is laid?" It is a vivid picture, somewhat Kiplingesque, but it is what the world thought of England and Englishmen...
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Modes and Morals

Katharine Fullerton Gerould - American essays - 1920 - 276 pages
...tried to speak nationally, he could not get an audience. Even now, they would rather read HG Wells. Do ye wait for the spattered shrapnel ere ye learn how a gun is laid ? For the low red glare to southward when the raided coast towns burn ? (Light ye shall have on that lesson, but little time to...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 123

American literature - 1919
...tried to speak nationally, he could not get an audience. Even now, they would rather read HG Wells. Do ye wait for the spattered shrapnel ere ye learn how a gun is laid ? For the low red glare to southward when the raided coast towns burn ? (Light ye shall have on that lesson, but little time to...
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The Harvard Graduates' Magazine

1919
...we are at all times ready for war. But ye say "it will mar our comfort," Ye say, " it will mi i lish our trade." Do ye wait for the spattered shrapnel Ere ye learn how a gun is laid? His solemn warning fell on deaf ears. How much would have been saved of life and treasure had it been...
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British and French Writers of the First World War: Comparative Studies in ...

Frank Field - Literary Criticism - 1991 - 280 pages
...the English would ever realise the dangers of the world in which they lived until it was too late: Do ye wait for the spattered shrapnel 'ere ye learn how a gun is laid? For the low, red glare to southward when the raided coast towns burn? (Light ye shall have on that lesson, but little time to...
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The five nations

Rudyard Kipling - 1903
...Cleansed of servile panic, slow to dread or despise, Humble because of knowledge, mighty by sacrifice. But ye say, " It will mar our comfort." Ye say, "It will...learn how a gun is laid? For the low, red glare to southward when the raided coast- towns burn? (Light ye shall have on that lesson, but little time to...
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U.S. Army Recruiting News

United States. Adjutant-General's Office
...invitation to make yourself ready and efficient for her defense. "In time of peace prepare for war." "Rut Ye say, 'It will mar our comfort.' Ye say, 'It will...learn how a gun is laid? For the low red glare to Westward when the raided coast towns burn ? (Light Ye shall have on that lesson, but little time to...
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