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Page 16 - As I think of it, a vision of surpassing beauty unfolds to my eyes. I see a South, the home of fifty millions of people, who rise up every day to call from blessed cities, vast hives of industry and of thrift ; her country-sides the treasures from which their resources are drawn ; her streams vocal with whirring spindles ; her valleys tranquil in the white and gold of the harvest ; her mountains showering down the music of bells, as her slowmoving flocks and herds go forth from their folds ; her...