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He sent for lancewood to make the thills;
The crossbars were ash, from the straightest trees;
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The dog-wood breaks white
The pear-tree has caught
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'Yesterday I saw God. What did he look like? Well, in the
afternoon I climbed up a ladder--he as a cheap cabin in the
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Kind Sir: Lost and of your same kind
I have turned around twice with my eyes sealed
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If there is a man white as marble
Sits in a wood, in the greenest part,
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We saw many straggling white pines, commonly unsound trees, which had therefore been skipped by the choppers; these were the large ...
Its farmers tell me that thousands of acres are flooded now, since the dams have been erected, where they remember to have seen th ...
This afternoon's experience suggested to me how base or coarse are the motives which commonly carry men into the wilderness. The e ...
Verily, the Indian has but a feeble hold on his bow now; but the curiosity of the white man is insatiable, and from the first he h ...
They are light and shapely vessels, calculated for rapid and rocky streams, and to be carried over long portages on men's shoulder ...
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