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No matter how well-born, how intelligent, how highly educated, how virtuous, how rich, how refined, the women of to-day constitute ...
[Catholicism] offers a much richer pasturage and shade to the fancy, has so many cells with so many different kinds of honey, is s ...
The man who busies himself overmuch with the workings of his own soul cannot help being confronted by a common, melancholy, but ra ...
I think that our villages will bear to be contrasted only with one another, not with nature. I have no great respect for the write ...
Provincetown was apparently what is called a flourishing town. Some of the inhabitants asked me if I did not think that they appea ...
I have lately got back to that glorious society called Solitude, where we meet our friends continually, and can imagine the outsid ...
Why put up with the almshouse when you may go to heaven?
Merely to come into the world the heir of a fortune is not to be born, but to be still-born, rather. To be supported by the charit ...
The light of the sun is but the shadow of love.... Love is the wind, the tide, the waves, the sunshine. Its power is incalculable; ...
Under the one word "house" are included the schoolhouse, the almshouse, the jail, the tavern, the dwellinghouse; and the meanest s ...
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