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Stran 191 - And by the same token any person can see that seven hundred and forty-two years from now the Lower Mississippi will be only a mile and three-quarters long, and Cairo and New Orleans will have joined their streets together, and be plodding comfortably along under a single mayor and a mutual board of aldermen.
Stran 107 - We ought to attend to the rights of every class of the people. He had often wondered at the indifference of the superior classes of society to this dictate of humanity and policy ; considering, that, however affluent their circumstances, or elevated their situations, might be, the course of a few years not only might, but certainly would, distribute their posterity throughout the lowest classes of society.
Stran 120 - MOHAMMED AND MOHAMMEDANISM: Lectures Delivered at the Royal Institution of Great Britain in February and March, 1874. By R. BOSWORTH SMITH, MA, Assistant Master in Harrow School; late Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford. With an Appendix containing Emanuel Deutsch's Article on "Islam.
Stran 89 - America, to fill the mind, made the whole a picture and a complication of horror and importance beyond anything that ever came to my lot to be witness to.
Stran 295 - So high in heaven no human eye can mark The thin swift pinion cleaving through the gray. Till we awake ill fate can do no ill, The resting heart shall not take up again The heavy load that yet must make it bleed ; For this brief space the loud world's voice is still, No faintest echo of it brings us pain. How will it be when we shall sleep indeed...
Stran 222 - All party-colored threads the weaver Time Sets in his web, now trivial, now sublime, All memories, all forebodings, hopes and fears, Mountain and river, forest, prairie, sea, A hill, a rock, a homestead, field, or tree, The casual gleanings of unreckoned years, Take goddess-shape at last and there is She, Old at our birth, new as the springing hours, Shrine of our weakness, fortress of our powers, Consoler, kindler, peerless mid her peers...
Stran 334 - Barlow; of the legal decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States ; of the reports of legal decisions in some of the particular states ; and many other writings ; in purity, in elegance and in technical precision, is equaled only by that of the best British authors, and surpassed by that of no English compositions of a similar kind.
Stran 345 - Minutes of information collected in respect to the drainage of the land forming the sites of towns, to road drainage and the facilitation of the drainage of suburban lands.
Stran 329 - AN AMERICAN SELECTION of Lessons in reading and speaking, calculated to improve the Minds and refine the Taste of Youth. And also to instruct them in the Geography, History, and Politics of the United States. To which is prefixed Rules in Elocution, and Directions for expressing the principal Passions of the Mind.