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Of all nations the English undoubtedly proved hitherto that they had the most business here. Yet I am not sure but I have most sym ...
While the very inhabitants of New England were thus fabling about the country a hundred miles inland, which was a terra incognita ...
This spirit it was which so early carried the French to the Great Lakes and the Mississippi on the north, and the Spaniard to the ...
I have seen in my time two enormous extensions of the suffrage to men--one in America and one in England. But neither the negroes ...
The present war having so long cut off all communication with Great-Britain, we are not able to make a fair estimate of the state ...
Indiana was really, I suppose, a Democratic State. It has always been put down in the book as a state that might be carried by a c ...
If music in general is an imitation of history, opera in particular is an imitation of human willfulness; it is rooted in the fact ...
Today the discredit of words is very great. Most of the time the media transmit lies. In the face of an intolerable world, words a ...
It always appeared to me that he estimated the compositions of Richardson too highly, and that he had an unreasonable prejudice ag ...
Men are apt to mistake, or at least to seem to mistake, their own talents, in hopes, perhaps, of misleading others to allow them t ...
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