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Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes: "The joining of the whole congregation in prayer has something exceedingly solemn and affecting in it."

The joining of the whole congregation in prayer has something exceedingly solemn and affecting in it.




Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes: "Every view, and every object I studied attentively, by viewing them again and again on every side, for I was anxious to make a lasting impression of it on my imagination."

Every view, and every object I studied attentively, by viewing them again and again on every side, for I was anxious to make a lasting impression of it on my imagination.




Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes: "You see in the streets of London, great and little boys running about in long blue coats, which, like robes, reach quite down to the feet, and little white bands, such as the clergy wear."

You see in the streets of London, great and little boys running about in long blue coats, which, like robes, reach quite down to the feet, and little white bands, such as the clergy wear.



Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes: "My landlady, who is only a tailor's widow, reads her Milton; and tells me, that her late husband first fell in love with her on this very account: because she read Milton with such proper emphasis."

My landlady, who is only a tailor's widow, reads her Milton; and tells me, that her late husband first fell in love with her on this very account: because she read Milton with such proper emphasis.




Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes: "In the streets through which we passed, I must own the houses in general struck me as if they were dark and gloomy, and yet at the same time they also struck me as prodigiously great and majestic."

In the streets through which we passed, I must own the houses in general struck me as if they were dark and gloomy, and yet at the same time they also struck me as prodigiously great and majestic.



Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes: "St. Paul's arose like some huge mountain above the enormous mass of smaller buildings."

St. Paul's arose like some huge mountain above the enormous mass of smaller buildings.



Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes: "These funerals always appear to me the more indecent in a populous city, from the total indifference of the beholders, and the perfect unconcern with which they are beheld."

These funerals always appear to me the more indecent in a populous city, from the total indifference of the beholders, and the perfect unconcern with which they are beheld.




Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes: "The church of St. Peter at Berlin, notwithstanding the total difference between them in the style of building, appears in some respects to have a great resemblance to St. Paul's in London."

The church of St. Peter at Berlin, notwithstanding the total difference between them in the style of building, appears in some respects to have a great resemblance to St. Paul's in London.



Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes: "In London, before I set out, I had paid one shilling; another was now demanded, so that upon the whole, from London to Richmond, the passage in the stage costs just two shillings."

In London, before I set out, I had paid one shilling; another was now demanded, so that upon the whole, from London to Richmond, the passage in the stage costs just two shillings.



Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes: "It is a common observation, that the more solicitous any people are about dress, the more effeminate they are."

It is a common observation, that the more solicitous any people are about dress, the more effeminate they are.



Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes: "A traveller on foot in this country seems to be considered as a sort of wild man or out-of-the way being, who is stared at, pitied, suspected, and shunned by everybody that meets him."

A traveller on foot in this country seems to be considered as a sort of wild man or out-of-the way being, who is stared at, pitied, suspected, and shunned by everybody that meets him.



Karl Philipp Moritz Quotes: "I am very sorry to say that I rejoiced when I once more perceived the towers of Windsor behind me."

I am very sorry to say that I rejoiced when I once more perceived the towers of Windsor behind me.