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answered asked aunt Etta beautiful began believe better Boston brought building built called Capitol Captain Lane caught child colored deal dear don't door dress eyes face father felt floor gave give Gray Hall hand hard head hear heard hill keep kind knew ladies laughing leaves light little girl live looked mamma marble mean minute Miss mother never night officer once opened painted papa party Patty Patty's Paul poor pretty Professor remember round Sallie seemed seen sent showed side smiling soon sort speak stone stood stopped story Street talk tell things thought told took trees turned uncle walked Washington whole Willie wish wonder young
Stran 180 - HERE WAS BURIED THOMAS JEFFERSON AUTHOR OF THE DECLARATION OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, OF THE STATUTE OF VIRGINIA FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM, AND FATHER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA: because by these, as testimonials that I have lived, I wish most to be remembered.
Stran 266 - O Thou Eternal One, whose presence bright All space doth occupy, all motion guide, Unchanged through Time's all-devastating flight! Thou only God ; there is no God beside ! Being above all beings ! Mighty One Whom none can comprehend and none explore...
Stran 194 - And the nations shall walk amidst the light thereof: and the kings of the earth bring their glory into it. And the gates thereof shall in no wise be shut by day (for there shall be no night there): and they shall bring the glory and the honor of the nations into it...
Stran 2 - Gray's journey : — 1. From Boston to Baltimore. 2. From Baltimore to Washington. 3. On the way : Patty at Mount Vernon.
Stran 5 - ... dust to build What is more than dust,— Walls Amphion piled Phoebus stablish must When the Muses nine With the Virtues meet, Find to their design An Atlantic seat, By green orchard boughs Fended from the heat, Where the statesman ploughs Furrow for the wheat; When the Church is social worth, When the state-house is the hearth, Then the perfect State is come, The republican at home.
Stran 237 - From the oldest General in the world to the greatest." Part the third is told by uncle Paul a year later, 1859, and relates to John Brown of Harper's Ferry, concluding as follows : — At last the old man went down into the same neighbourhood where Excalibur had gone. A divine madness seized upon him ; as it is written, " Oppression maketh a wise man mad...
Stran 116 - England, meant a family house in the same way, and great professors had classes, and taught law in their own houses, and at last, when the classes crowded out the professors and their little children, they called the houses Inns of Court.
Stran 117 - Jerusalem gave them a house near the Temple, and so they came to be called Templars. At last they grew rich, and spread all over the world. They had three houses in London — the Old Temple, which has been pulled down, and the Inner and the Middle Temples, which the lawyers bought foe Law Colleges.