Addresses at the dinner given to Dr. T. Gaillard Thomas on his seventieth birthday: at Sherry's, November twenty-first, nineteen hundred and one

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Winthrop Press, 1901 - Biography & Autobiography - 47 pages
 

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Page 45 - those lines of Clough: It fortifies my soul to know That, though I perish, Truth is so!
Page 14 - The eminent Theodore Parker, not long before his death, wrote from Rome:" Oh, that I had known the art of life, or found some book or some man to tell me how to
Page 23 - a man is said to be rich in proportion to the number of things he can afford to let alone.
Page iii - I speak not this in estimation as what I think might be, but what I
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Page x - not this in estimation as what I think might be, but what I know.
Page 23 - attractive and costly was displayed for sale—" How many things there are in the world that I do not want.
Page 14 - the green leaves that were over us all, But they let in the sunshine as fast as they fall.
Page 32 - 111 we call them to attend us Without the least propensity to jeer.
Page iii - Let me be privileged by my place and message to be a speaker free.

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