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John was a very political animal. The thing that politics did and that fame as an entertainer didn't do was provide you with an en ...
The New Year is the season in which custom seems more particularly to authorize civil and harmless lies, under the name of complim ...
Men are like plants; the goodness and flavor of the fruit proceeds from the peculiar soil and exposition in which they grow. We ar ...
Cows are amongst the gentlest of breathing creatures; none show more passionate tenderness to their young when deprived of them; a ...
There are few things in which we deceive ourselves more than in the esteem we profess to entertain for our firends. It is little b ...
And I profess still, that whatsoever the church of England (the church, I say, not every doctor) shall forbid me to say in matter ...
Government by average opinion is merely a circuitous method of going to the devil; those who profess to lead but in fact slavishly ...
Missionaries, whether of philosophy or religion, rarely make rapid way, unless their preachings fall in with the prepossessions of ...
I was brought up a rigid Presbyterian, to which I have always adhered. Our excellent Constitution guarantees to everyone freedom o ...
Poetry has this much, at least, in common with religion, that its standards were fixed long ago, by certain inspired writers, whos ...
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