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" The author seems to imagine that he has compressed a great deal of meaning into these little, hard, dry pellets of aphoristic wisdom. We disagree with him. The counsels of wise and good men are often coincident with the purposes of Providence ; and the... "
Hawthorne's Works - Page 141
by Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1899
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 10

1862
...Either for our inspection, or because the matter had already been arranged, he drew out a regiment * The author seems to imagine that he has compressed...the present war promises to illustrate our remark. of Zouaves that formed the principal part of his garrison, and appeared at their head, sitting on horsehack...
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The complete works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Volume 12

Nathaniel Hawthorne, George Parsons Lathrop, Julian Hawthorne - 1883
...can be no question of the General's military qualities ; he must have been especially useful in con1 The author seems to imagine that he has compressed...the present war promises to illustrate our remark. verting raw recruits into trained and efficient soldiers. But valor aud martial skill are of so evanescent...
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The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Volume 12

Nathaniel Hawthorne, Julian Hawthorne - 1883
...can be no question of the General's military qualities ; he must have been especially useful in con1 The author seems to imagine that he has compressed...the present war promises to illustrate our remark. verting raw recruits into trained and efficient soldiers. But valor and martial skill are of so evanescent...
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Tales, Sketches, and Other Papers

Nathaniel Hawthorne - Historical fiction, American - 1883 - 569 pages
...can be no question of the General's military qualities; he must have been especially useful in con1 The author seems to imagine that he has compressed...the present war promises to illustrate our remark. verting raw recruits into trained and efficient soldiers. But valor and martial skill are of so evanescent...
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Tales, Sketches, and Other Papers

Nathaniel Hawthorne - New England - 1883
...; he must have been especially useful in con1 The author seems to imagine that he has compressed n great deal of meaning into these little, hard, dry...the present war promises to illustrate our remark. verting raw recruits into trained and efficient soldiers. But valor and martial skill are of so evanescent...
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The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Volume 12

Nathaniel Hawthorne, George Parsons Lathrop, Julian Hawthorne - 1883
...; he must have been especially useful in con1 The author seems to imapine that he has compressed R great deal of meaning into these little, hard, dry pellets of aphoristic wisdom. W<; disagree with him. The counsels of wise ami pood men are often coincident with the purposes of...
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Works, Volume 12

Nathaniel Hawthorne, Julian Hawthorne - 1888
...question of the General's military qualities; he must have been especially useful in con1 The nuthor seems to imagine that he has compressed a great deal...pellets of aphoristic wisdom. We disagree with him. The counsels^of wise^ajKLcuad.men are often coincident with the purposes of grovidence; and the present...
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The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Volume 12

Nathaniel Hawthorne, George Parsons Lathrop, Julian Hawthorne - 1889
...military qualities ; he must have been especially useful in con1 The author seems to imagine that he haa compressed a great deal of meaning into these little,...good men are often coincident with the purposes of Providauce ; and the present war promises to illustrate oar remark. verting raw recruits into trained...
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Life of Nathaniel Hawthorne

Moncure Daniel Conway, John Parker Anderson - Authors, American - 1890 - 224 pages
...rebuking him. " Can it be a son of old Massachusetts who utters this abominable sentiment ? For shame." "The author seems to imagine that he has compressed...pellets of aphoristic wisdom. We disagree with him," &c. &c. After reading the article, with these terrible editorial comments, the present writer (then...
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Complete Writings, Volume 17

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1918
...with a kind of acid good nature, or mild cynicism, that indicated him to be a humorist, characterized 1 The author seems to imagine that he has compressed...purposes of Providence ; and the present war promises to illustraO our remark. 43 by certain rather pungent peculiarities, yet of no unamiable cast. He is...
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