... bitterness of its destitution. Condemned by many, neglected by all, and actually patronized by but few, it must sink into insignificance, unless it is speedily quickened by the impulse of a new life . . . . the principal obstacles .... are the inefficiency...
Ohio Before 1850: A Study of the Early Influence of Pennsylvania and ... - Page 149
by Robert Emmet Chaddock - 1908 - 155 pages
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