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From time immemorial the men of the town have been famous seamen, and have divided their energies between fishing and hating the E ...
She has taken her passive pigeon poor,
She has buried him down and down.
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At first glance, everything looked the same. It wasn't. Something evil had taken possession of the town.
It is the consequence of this institution that not a school- house, a public pew, a bridge, a pound, a mill-dam, hath been set up, ...
For the most part, the town has deserved the name it wears. I find our annals marked with a uniform good sense. I find no ridiculo ...
For splendor, there must somewhere be rigid economy. That the head of the house may go brave, the members must be plainly clad, an ...
The town is divided into various groups, which form so many little states, each with its own laws and customs, its jargon and its ...
Every man is born an Aristotelian or a Platonist. I do not think it possible that anyone born an Aristotelian can become a Platoni ...
I feel some unwillingness to quit the remembrance of the past. With all the hope of the new I feel that we are leaving the old.
Hard labor and spare diet they had, and off wooden trenchers, but they had peace and freedom, and the wailing of the tempest in th ...
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