Lyre and Lancet: A Story in Scenes

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Macmillan and Company, 1895 - 256 pages
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Page 14 - ABASEMENT With matted head a-dabble in the dust, And eyes tear-sealed in a saline crust I lie all loathly in my rags and rust — Yet learn that strange delight may lurk in self-disgust.
Page 90 - Bishop, you and I haven't met since we had our great battle about — now, was it the necessity of throwing open the Public Schools to the lower classes — for whom of course they were originally intended — or was it the failure of the Church to reach the working man ? I really forget.

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