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Page 187 - ... always remember that it is a noble forest-oak, and that you are only its dews or its sunshine, or its ivy garland. You never must attempt to come between it and the skies'.
Page 176 - ... they cannot be present where they secretly rejoice with all their hearts not to be, — " requesting the honor and pleasure" of company which they know will bo rather a visitahuman heart by a statement shot at the head, — " human beings hang not on one another in that blind way. We have each an individual soul. On another soul may rest all its hopes and joys, but on God only rests its worth, its duties, and its nobility.
Page 165 - Harper, being in sound mind and body, do hereby make my last will and testament, utterly revoking all others, in so far as relates to my two sons.