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Frank Harris has been received in all the great houses--once!
[W]e are all guilty in some Measure of the same narrow way of Thinking ... when we fancy the Customs, Dresses, and Manners of othe ...
Here lies the body of W. W.,
Who never more will trouble you, trouble you.
I did not enter the Labour Party forty-seven years ago to have our manifesto written by Dr. Mori, Dr. Gallup and Mr. Harris.
At last, on Monday the 16th of May, when I was sitting in Mr. Davies's back-parlour, after having drunk tea with him and Mrs. Davi ...
I have grown so tired of Woman with a capital W, though I suppose it is rankest heresy to say so. I don't want to be Woman at all- ...
Mrs. Skinner told Jones that Mrs. N. was a very fascinating woman, and that Mr. W. was very fond of fascinating with her.
Although there have been witty big men--Oscar Wilde comes first to mind--wit and humor seem more in the province of the smaller ma ...
[W]hat I mean by love ... is this. A sympathetic liking--excited by fancy, directed by judgment--and to which is joined also a mos ...
[W]e should talk over the lessons of the day, or lose them in Musick, Chess, or the merriments of our family companions. The heart ...
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