Sixth Baron Byron of Rochdale quotes

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For twelve successive Congresses we have appeared before committees of the two Houses making this plea, that the underlying princi ...
... when we shall have our amendment to the Constitution of the United States, everyone will think it was always so, just exactly ...
Only if loves fire with the breath
Of life be kindled, I doubt,
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Having interr'd her Infant-birth,
The watry ground that late did mourn,
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WHEREAS: It is our conviction that had the women of the countries of Europe, with their deep instinct of motherhood and desire for ...
The abominable doctrine taught in the pulpit, the press, in books and elsewhere, is that the whole duty of women is self- abasemen ...
My lusts they do me leave,
My fancies all be fled,
And tract of time begins to weave
Grey hairs upon my head.
As ye of clay were cast by kind,
So shall ye waste to dust.
My hand and pen are not in plight,
As they have been of yore.
In this great association we know no North, no South, no East, no West. This has been our pride for all these years. We have no po ...
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