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Douglas. That's the worst tidings that I hear of yet.
Worcester. Ay, by my faith, that bears a frosty sound.
We have heard that a few days after this, when the Provincetown Bank was robbed, speedy emissaries from Provincetown made particul ...
Where is the "unexplored land" but in our own untried enterprises? To an adventurous spirit any place--London, New York, Worcester ...
All my life I have lived and behaved very much like [the] sandpiper--just running down the edges of different countries and contin ...
The duties which a police officer owes to the state are of a most exacting nature. No one is compelled to choose the profession of ...
I retired from work and I didn't want to just sit there and do nothing; I don't knit and I don't like TV and I'm no gardener.
Freedom to think our own thoughts, freedom to utter them, freedom to live out the promptings of our inner life ultimated in this c ...
I could be well content
To entertain the lag end of my life
With quiet hours.
Being fed by us you used us so
As that ungentle gull, the cuckoo's bird,
Useth the sparrow.
Suspicion all our lives shall be stuck full of eyes;
Treason is but trusted like the fox,
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