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And what are we coming to in our Middlesex towns? A bald, staring town-house, or meeting-house, and a bare liberty-pole, as leafle ...
It is an old saying in the town that "most any fellow with a chaw in his jaw can sit on his front porch and spit down the chimney ...
It is the consequence of this institution that not a school- house, a public pew, a bridge, a pound, a mill-dam, hath been set up, ...
For splendor, there must somewhere be rigid economy. That the head of the house may go brave, the members must be plainly clad, an ...
Then the owner of the house became angry and said to his slave, Go out at once into the streets and lanes of the town and bring i ...
The Englishman, hidden behind his hedge or wall, is not interested in his neighbor's house, and the idea of wanting to read about ...
Now the house shakes
(it's in the very best suburb),
...
Boston is not a small New York, as they say a child is not a small adult but is, rather, a specially organized small creature with ...
Sir, there is one Mrs. Macaulay in this town, a great republican. One day when I was at her house, I put on a very grave countenan ...
here at midnight, in our little town
A mourning figure walks, and will not rest,
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