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Page 55 - For confessedly the religion is vain which bringeth not its disciple to do his duty in that state of life to which God has called him.
Page 79 - I made up my mind all the time to follo' out my own mind. Women knaws one another a deal better than the men ever finds 'em out, and right they should too.' ' I shan't forget Mr. Adam's opinion of me for one while,' said Eve, huffily. ' I am sure I ought to be very much obliged to him for thinking so ill of his own cousin.