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The dons of Oxford and Cambridge are too busy educating the young men to be able to teach them anything.
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Let's have one other gaudy night.
They have been foolish enough to put at the end of all this earnest the old joke of a diploma. Let every sheep keep but his own sk ...
A learned parson, rusting in his cell at Oxford or Cambridge, will reason admirably well on the nature of man; will profoundly ana ...
The race of prophets is extinct. Europe is becoming set in its ways, slowly embalming itself beneath the wrappings of its borders, ...
He degraded himself by the vice of drinking, which, together with a great stock of Greek and Latin, he brought away with him from ...
No matter how well-born, how intelligent, how highly educated, how virtuous, how rich, how refined, the women of to-day constitute ...
About the London shop girls of the meaner short no derogatory remarks can be too strong, just as no commendation can be too high o ...
To be inspired is to be moved in an extraordinary manner by the power or Spirit of God to act, speak, or think what is holy, just ...
Perfect Scepticisme ... is a disease incurable, and a thing rather to be pitied or laughed at, then seriously opposed. For when a ...
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