The Remembrances of a Polish Exile

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Packard and Van Benthuysen, 1835 - Poland - 69 pages

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Page 8 - I have felt has been that of astonishment, that a youth of nineteen, who, nine months ago, was scarcely able to speak a word of English, and who has had no resources from which to draw but his own memory and invention, could have produced such specimens of English Poetry and Polish history as this volume contains ; and I can scarcely doubt that all who read it...
Page 22 - Daughters of Jerusalem, weep not for me, but weep for yourselves and your children.
Page 10 - These Polish flowers are poor and colourless; but if the ladies of America will sometimes look on them and think of the giver, he will be amply repaid for collecting them.

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