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" Wives and children, who before in vain demanded of him a morsel of bread, now, fat and frolicsome, gladly help their father to clear those fields whence exuberant crops are to arise to feed and to clothe them all; without any part being claimed, either... "
The Promise of American Life - Page 9
by Herbert David Croly - 1911 - 468 pages
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A library of American literature...

Stedman, Edmund C. and Hutchinson Ellen M. - 1888
...self-interest; can it want a stronger allurement? Wives and children, who before in vain demanded of him a morsel of bread, now fat and frolicsome, gladly...fields whence exuberant crops are to arise to feed and to clothe them all; without any part being claimed, either by a despotic prince, a rich abbot,...
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A Library of American Literature from the Earliest Settlement to the Present ...

Mrs. Ellen Mackay Hutchinson Cortissoz, Arthur Stedman - American literature - 1889
...self-interest ; can it want a stronger allurement ? Wives and children, who before in vain demanded of him a morsel of bread, now fat and frolicsome, gladly...fields whence exuberant crops are to arise to feed and to clothe them all ; without any part being claimed, either by a despotic prince, a rich abbot,...
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Source-book of American History: Ed. for Schools and Readers

Albert Bushnell Hart - United States - 1899 - 408 pages
...Wives and children, who before in vain demanded of him a morsel of bread, now, fat and frolicksome, gladly help their father to clear those fields whence exuberant crops are to arise to feed and to clothe them all ; without any part being claimed, either by a despotic prince, a rich abbot,...
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Letters from an American Farmer

J. Hector St. John de Crèvecoeur, William Peterfield Trent, Ludwig Lewisohn - Nantucket (Mass.) - 1904 - 355 pages
...self-interest; can it want a stronger allurement? Wives and children, who before in vain demanded of him a morsel of bread, now, fat and frolicsome, gladly...fields whence exuberant crops are to arise to feed and to clothe them all; without any part being claimed, either by a despotic grince, a rich abbot,...
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Letters from an American Farmer

J. Hector St. John de Crèvecoeur, William Peterfield Trent, Ludwig Lewisohn - Nantucket (Mass.) - 1904 - 355 pages
...self-interest; can it want a stronger allurement? Wives and children, who before in vain demanded of him a morsel of bread, now, fat and frolicsome, gladly...fields whence exuberant crops are to arise to feed and to clothe them all; without any part being claimed, either by a despotic rjrince, a rich abbot,...
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The French Blood in America

Lucian John Fosdick - French - 1906 - 448 pages
...self-interest ; can it want a stronger allurement t Wives and children, who before in vain demanded of him a morsel of bread, now, fat and frolicsome, gladly...fields whence exuberant crops are to arise to feed and to clothe them all ; without any part being claimed, either by a despotic prince, a rich abbot,...
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The Chautauquan: A Weekly Newsmagazine, Volume 48

1906
...self-interest; can it want a stronger allurement ? Wives and children, who before in vain demanded of him a morsel of bread, now fat and frolicsome, gladly...fields whence exuberant crops are to arise to feed and to clothe them all ; without any part being claimed, either by a despotic prince, a rich abbot,...
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The French blood in America

Lucian John Fosdick - French Americans - 1906 - 448 pages
...allurement t Wives and children, who before in vain demanded of him a morsel of bread, now, fat aud frolicsome, gladly help their father to clear those...fields whence exuberant crops are to arise to feed and to clothe them all ; without any part being claimed, either by a despotic prince, a rich abbot,...
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The Progress of a United People

Charles Lester Barstow - United States - 1912 - 218 pages
...self-interest; can it want a stronger allurement? Wives and children, who before in vain demanded of him a morsel of bread, now, fat and frolicsome, gladly...fields whence exuberant crops are to arise to feed and to clothe them all; without any part being claimed, either by a despotic prince, a rich abbot,...
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American Prose (1607-1865)

Walter Cochrane Bronson - American prose literature - 1916 - 737 pages
...self-interest; can it want a stronger allurement ? Wives and children, who before in vain demanded of him a morsel of bread, now, fat and frolicsome, gladly...fields whence exuberant crops are to arise to feed and to clothe them all; without any part being claimed, either by a despotic prince, a rich abbot,...
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