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Page 135 - Heaven has to all allotted, soon or late, Some lucky revolution of their fate : Whose motions if we watch and guide with 'skill, (For human good depends...
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Page 354 - The Lawrence Speaker. A Selection of Literary Gems in Poetry and Prose, designed for the use of Colleges, .Schools, Seminaries, Literary Societies. By Philip Lawrence, Professor of Elocution. 600 pages.
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