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There are, indeed, severe things in it which no man should read aloud more than once. "Seek first the kingdom of heaven." "Lay not ...
In the latter part of the seventeenth century, according to the historian of Dunstable, "Towns were directed to erect 'a cage' nea ...
I was once reproved by a minister who was driving a poor beast to some meeting-house horse-sheds among the hills of New Hampshire, ...
The most foreign and picturesque structures on the Cape, to an inlander, not excepting the salt-works, are the windmills,--gray- l ...
"In 1665 the Court passed a law to inflict corporal punishment on all persons, who resided in the towns of this government, who de ...
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 ...
And what are we coming to in our Middlesex towns? A bald, staring town-house, or meeting-house, and a bare liberty-pole, as leafle ...
A temple, you know, was anciently "an open place without a roof," whose walls served merely to shut out the world and direct the m ...
The next time the novelist rings the bell I will not stir though the meeting-house burn down.
I thought when I was a young man that I would conquer the world with truth. I thought I would lead an army greater than Alexander ...
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