Rambles in the United States

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J. Looney, 1855 - Temperance - 61 pages
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Page 26 - A cup of cold water given to a disciple, in the name of a disciple, shall not lose its reward.
Page 59 - The brave and the true may seem but few, But hope has better things in view ( And the day shall yet appear, When the might with the right and the truth shall be | come what there may to stand in the way, t day the world shall see.
Page 12 - SECTION 1. No person shall be allowed at any time to manufacture or sell, by himself, his clerk, servant, or agent, directly or indirectly, any spirituous or intoxicating liquors, or any mixed liquors, a part of which is spirituous or intoxicating, except as hereafter provided.
Page 1 - Him in the time of trouble; who holds the winds in his fists and the waters in the hollow of his hand.
Page 7 - II. p. 49C. had been nurtured in the school of persecution, and suffered the loss of all things, that they might breathe the uncontaminated air of freedom; men who hated oppression, abhorred ignorance and vice — who were, in their very souls, republicans and Christians — these were the men., chosen out by sovereign Wisdom, to control the destinies of the new world.
Page 6 - ... on the deep, and, finally, collected them on the iron bound coasts of New England, and formed them into one living temple, fitly joined together, furnished and beautified as a model building for generations yet to come. The longer the world stands, the more profoundly will be revered the character of our Pilgrim fathers, and the more religiously shall we admire the Divine agency which so controlled events, that one of the first settlements in the new world should be composed of such characters,...
Page 11 - Be it enacted by the Senate and the House of Representatives in Legislature assembled, as follows : SECT.
Page 11 - In the morning sow thy seed, and in the evening withhold not thy hand, for thou knowest not whether shall prosper, either this or that, or whether they both shall be alike good...
Page 18 - Nature's banquet, pure and peaceful, Is a " feast of reason," too ; Every healthful sense delighting, Ever changing, ever new.

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