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Ambitious men spend their youth in rendering themselves worthy of patronage; it is their great mistake. While the foolish creature ...
Friendless. Having no favors to bestow. Destitute of fortune. Addicted to utterance of truth and common sense.
[The human mind] finds more facility in assenting to the self-existence of an invisible cause possessing infinite power, wisdom, a ...
In the operative opinion of the world, he who is already fully provided with what is necessary for him, that man shall have more; ...
... women can never do efficient and general service in hospitals until their dress is prescribed by laws inexorable as those of t ...
The Man of Genius may at the same time be, indeed is commonly, an Artist, but the two are not to be confounded. The Man of Genius, ...
I have no doubt that soldiers well drilled are, as a class, peculiarly destitute of originality and independence.... It is impossi ...
Here in Wellfleet, this pure sand plateau, known to sailors as the Table-lands of Eastham, on account of its appearance, as seen f ...
After this rough walking in the dark woods it was an agreeable change to glide down the rapid river in the canoe once more.... It ...
The studious class are their own victims: they are thin and pale, their feet are cold, their heads are hot, the night is without s ...
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