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There stands the city of Bangor, fifty miles up the Penobscot, at the head of navigation for vessels of the largest class, the pri ...
The intellect,--that is miraculous! Who has it, has the talisman: his skin and bones, though they were of the color of night, are ...
If there be any man who thinks the ruin of a race of men a small matter, compared with the last decoration and completions of his ...
The civility of no race can be perfect whilst another race is degraded.
The subject is said to have the property of making dull men eloquent.
The history of mankind interests us only as it exhibits a steady gain of truth and right, in the incessant conflict which it recor ...
Slavery is no scholar, no improver; it does not love the whistle of the railroad; it does not love the newspaper, the mail-bag, a ...
Our age is very cheap and intelligible. Unroof any house, and you shall find it. The well-being consists in having a sufficiency o ...
The civility of the world has reached that pitch that their more moral genius is becoming indispensable, and the quality of this r ...
Language must be raked, the secrets of slaughter-houses and infamous hole that cannot front the day, must be ransacked, to tell wh ...
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