Rigorous conditions, not to be violated on either side, lie in this relation; conditions planted there by God Himself; which woe will betide us if we do not discover, gradually more and more discover, and conform to!
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That pride and consciousness of manhood, caught From boyish musings on the holy graves Of hero-martyrs, and from every form Which virgin Nature, mighty and unchained, Takes in an empire not less proudly so-- Inspired in mountain airs, untainted yet By thousand generations' breathing--felt Like a near presence in the awful depths Of unhewn forests, and upon the steep Where giant rivers take their maddening plunge-- Has grown impatient of the stifling damps Which hover close on Europe's shackled soil.
Preserve you for your father the firm friend, And for yourself the lover, all will yet Prove good and fortunate.
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"I am inclined to believe that he may recover to a certain extent, but I should have a much better idea of his chances if I knew more of his condition beforehand, especially his state of mind.
These trifles as they seemed at the time, and as in fact they were, become less insignificant in the retrospect, as we associate them with the whole character and being we instinctively love to place at the farthest remove from gloom or sadness, and as they rediscover to us in the distance the native vivacity and grace of which they were the chance expression.
He held the shover's eyes, smiled slightly, and jammed him under the chin with the heel of his hand, driving him back and turning him.
The lictors then led me to the bier, and forced me to uncover the bodies.
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