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What should I have known or written had I been a quiet, mercantile politician or a lord in waiting? A man must travel, and turmoil ...
In literary circles, the men of trust and consideration, bookmakers, editors, university deans and professors, bishops, too, were ...
"Babylon," exclaimed Rolf, who had to look down again and again at this net of shimmering strings of beads, this skein of light, t ...
Basically the cleavage between the two cities is of the simplest: Dallas is where the east ends, and Fort Worth is notoriously "wh ...
Hamilton took as his major premise the evil nature of man and followed with the consequent need for an authoritative government in ...
Genius has infused itself into nature. It indicates itself by a small excess of good, a small balance in brute facts always favora ...
An empire is an immense egotism.
For Nature is the noblest engineer, yet uses a grinding economy, working up all that is wasted to-day into to-morrow's creation;Mn ...
The farmer after sacrificing pleasure, taste, freedom, thought, love, to his work, turns out often a bankrupt, like the merchant. ...
We have feudal governments in a commercial age. It would be but an easy extension of our commercial system, to pay a private emper ...
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