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" wish a thing to be well done, You must do it yourself, you must not leave it to others!" All was silent again ; the Captain continued his reading. Nothing was heard in the room but the hurrying pen of the stripling Writing epistles important to go next... "
THE COURTSHIP OF MILES STANDISII AND OTHER POEMS - Page 15
by HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW - 1859
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The Bristol magazine and West of England monthly review

English literature - 1858
...lamentations over his loneliness. In this state of mind, after enunciating the sage maxim that if you wish a thing to be well done, You must do it yourself, you must not leave it to others." he, in the next breath, requests his secretary, John Alden, to become his ambassador to a certain Priscilla,...
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The Courtship of Miles Standish

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - Massachusetts - 1858 - 95 pages
...their weapons ; So he won the day, the battle of something-orother. That's what I always say; if you wish a thing to be well done, You must do it yourself,...epistles important to go next day by the May Flower, Filled with the name and the fame of the Puritan maiden Priscilla; Every sentence began or closed with...
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The poetical works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. New complete ed., with ...

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1859
...the battle of something-or-other. That's what I always say; if you wish a thing to be well weapons; done, You must do it yourself, you must not leave...was heard in the room but the hurrying pen of the Writing epistles important to go next day by the Mayflower, Filled with the name and the fame of the...
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The courtship of Miles Standish, and other poems

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - Massachusetts - 1859 - 215 pages
...give more room So he won the day, the battle of something-orother. That's what I always say; if you wish a thing to be well done, You must do it yourself,...others!" All was silent again ; the Captain continued I his reading. Nothing was heard in the room but the hurry- f ing pen of the stripling Writing epistles...
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Poems. New, complete ed

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - History - 1859
...their weapons; So he won the day, the battle of something-or-other. That's what I always say; if you wish a thing to be well done, You must do it yourself, you must not leave it to others!" captains, All was silent again; the Captain continued his reading. Nothing was heard in the room but...
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The poetical works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Volume 2

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - Literary Criticism - 1860 - 363 pages
...their weapons ; So he won the day, the battle of Something-or-othcr. That's what I always say ; if you wish a thing to be well done, You must do it yourself,...continued his reading. Nothing was heard in the room hut the hurrying pen of the stripling Writing epistles important to go next day by the May Flower,...
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Poems. New, complete ed

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - History - 1861
...their weapous; So he won the day. the battle of something-or-other. That's what I always say; if you wish a thing to be well done, You must do it yourself,...epistles important to go next day by the May Flower, Filled with the name and the fame of the Puritan maiden Priscilla ; Every sentence began or closed...
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Poems, Volume 2

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1862
...forward the ensigns; So he won the day, the battle of something-orother. That's what I always say; if you wish a thing to be well done, You must do it yourself, you must not leave it to others!" reading. Nothing was heard in the room but the hurrying All was silent again; the Captain continued...
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The Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: With ..., Volume 4

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - History - 2009 - 272 pages
...he seized a shield from a soldier, Put himself straight at the head of his troops, and commanded the All was silent again; the Captain continued his reading. Nothing was heard in the room bat the hurrying pen of the stripling Writing epistles important to go next day by the May-Flower,...
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POEMS]

HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW - 1863
...their weapons ; So he won the day, the battle of something-orother. That's what I always say ; if you wish a thing to be well done, You must do it yourself,...others ! " All was silent again ; the Captain continued hia reading. Nothing was heard in the room but the hurrying pen of the stripling Writing epistles important...
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