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Mad. Swetchine. Amiable people^ though often subject to imposition in their contact with the world, yet radiate so much of sunshine that they are reflected in all appreciative hearts. Deluzy. -It is doing some service to humanity, to amuse innocently. but little of know They society who think we can bear to be always employed, either in duties or meditation, without relaxation. H. More. The mind ought sometimes to be diverted, that it may return the better to thinking. Phcsdrus. Amusement is the waking it sleep of labor.
No consequence of what parents a man is born, so he be a Horace. man of merit. virtues. Sir P. Sidney. Nothing is more disgraceful than for a man who. is nothing, to hold himself honored on account of his forefathers ; and yet hereditary honors are a noble and splendid treasure to descendants. Plato. Some men by ancestry are only the shadow of a mighty name. Lucan. Pride in boasting of family antiquity, makes duration stand for merit. man. The man of the true quality who and ZiniTneris not he labels himself with genealogical tables, lives on the reputation of his fathers, but he in whose conversation and behavior there are references and characteristics unaccountable except on the hypothesis that his descent is pure and Theodore Parker.
P. Willis. Too often those who entertain ambition, expel remorse and nature. Shakespeare. Too low they build who build below the skies. -Young. Great souls, by nature half divine, soar to the stars, and hold a near acquaintance with the gods. JRowe. ' AMERICA. for opportunity. like a America is another name Our whole history appears last effort of divine Providence in human race. Emerson. behalf of the America is rising with a giant's strength. bones are yet but cartilages. Fisher Its America is a fortunate country she grows by the follies of our European na; tions.
A DICTIONARY OF THOUGHTS by Tryon Edwards