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Tell my son how anxious I am that he may read and learn his Book, that he may become the possessor of those things that a grateful ...
To history therefore I must refer for answer, in which it would be an unhappy passage indeed, which should shew by what fatal indu ...
For the poets tell us, don't they, that the melodies they bring us are gathered from rills that run with honey, out of glens and g ...
It seems to me that whatever else is beautiful apart from asbsolute beauty is beautiful because it partakes of that absolute beaut ...
Such, Echecrates, was the end of our comrade, who was, we may fairly say, of all those whom we knew in our time, the bravest and a ...
In one sense it is evident that the art of kingship does include the art of lawmaking. But the political ideal is not full authori ...
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