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Page 140 - Blessed is he who has found his work; let him ask no other blessedness. He has a work; a life-purpose; he has found it, and will follow it...
Page 12 - ... instead of catapultas and war machines, operated with some sort of invisible magnetic wands, suction-works, and cupping-glasses, and took anything in that way. Every young man has a fine season in his life when he will accept no office, and every young woman has the same in hers, when she will accept no husband ; by and by they both change, and often take one another into the bargain.
Page 76 - The stone which crumbles under his feet will speak to him, and even the dust which the wind raises under his footsteps will seem to bear with it something of human grandeur. Chateaubriand.
Page 223 - The vice-president proposed a vote of thanks for all those who had contributed to the evening's enjoyment which was heartily given.
Page 28 - Where Galileo stood at nights to take The visions of the stars ' " "And we find it quite as hard to 'make a choice of beauty,'