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MR. BLAKE,--I received your letter just as I was rushing to Fire Island beach to recover what remained of Margaret Fuller, and rea ...
The cultivation of literary pursuits forms the basis of all sciences, and in their perfection consist the reputation and prosperit ...
. . . the ship struck at ten minutes after four A.M., and all hands, being mostly in their nightclothes, made haste to the forecas ...
There was a young man of Montrose
Who had pockets in none of his clothes.
Pornography is not objectionable simply because it arouses sexual desire or lust or prurience in the mind of the reader or spectat ...
If only nature is real and if, in nature, only desire and destruction are legitimate, then, in that all humanity does not suffice ...
Nations have always good reasons for being what they are, and the best of all is that they cannot be otherwise.
Grace is always natural, though that does not prevent its being often used to hide a lie. The rude shocks and uncomfortably constr ...
The love of their country is with them only a mode of flattering its master; as soon as they think that master can no longer hear, ...
What annoyances are more painful than those of which we cannot complain?
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