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In the game of "Whist for two," usually called "Correspondence," the lady plays what card she likes: the gentleman simply follows ...
I do not object to Gladstone's always having the ace of trumps up his sleeve, but only to his pretence that God had put it there.
We are no more free agents than the queen of clubs when she victoriously takes prisoner the knave of hearts.
[On Harvard President Charles William Eliot's lamentation that the average Harvard graduate had fewer than two children:] That is ...
It is always a practical difficulty with clubs to regulate the laws of election so as to exclude peremptorily every social nuisanc ...
Neighboring farmers and visitors at White Sulphur drove out occasionally to watch 'those funny Scotchmen' with amused superiority; ...
In many ways, Twain and Waugh were strikingly similar. Even within the group of great humorists, they belong together. Both anti-e ...
The true reformer does not want time, nor money, nor coöperation, nor advice. What is time but the stuff delay is made of? And de ...
This hunter, who was a quite small, sunburnt man, having already carried his canoe over, and baked his loaf, had nothing so intere ...
We shall exchange our material thinking for something quite different, and we shall all be kin. We shall all be enfranchised, proh ...
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