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Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society ...
What, to the American slave, is your Fourth of July? I answer: A day that reveals to him, more than all other days in the year, th ...
But since 'tis only Fred,
Who was alive and is dead,
There's no more to be said.
[W]e are all guilty in some Measure of the same narrow way of Thinking ... when we fancy the Customs, Dresses, and Manners of othe ...
Here lies the body of W. W.,
Who never more will trouble you, trouble you.
I then went to the Parade. I saw the King. It was a glorious sight.... As a loadstone moves needles, or a storm bows the lofty oak ...
At last, on Monday the 16th of May, when I was sitting in Mr. Davies's back-parlour, after having drunk tea with him and Mrs. Davi ...
I have grown so tired of Woman with a capital W, though I suppose it is rankest heresy to say so. I don't want to be Woman at all- ...
Mrs. Skinner told Jones that Mrs. N. was a very fascinating woman, and that Mr. W. was very fond of fascinating with her.
Although there have been witty big men--Oscar Wilde comes first to mind--wit and humor seem more in the province of the smaller ma ...
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