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I was not at all shocked with this execution at the time. John died seemingly without much pain. He was effectually hanged, the ro ...
It is a strange, strange fate, and now, as I stand face to face with death I feel just as if they were going to kill a boy. For I ...
Trains are for meditation, for playing out long thought-processes, over and over; we trust them, perhaps because they have no choi ...
The principal difference between childhood and the stages of life into which it invariably dissolves is that as children we occupy ...
This, indeed, has always been the fate of the few that have professed scepticism, that, when they have done what they can to discr ...
Every man feels that perception gives him an invincible belief of the existence of that which he perceives; and that this belief i ...
There is no greater impediment to the advancement of knowledge than the ambiguity of words.
Yup. They're drafting everybody these days.
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