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“Our gardener leaves to morrow for Columbia quite elated, at the prospect of getting a thousand dollars salary -- his friend Urgerhart's discarded gardener so writes him, I think he is a great fool in these times notwithstanding.”
“She stopped at the gates of the Mythe House; great iron gates, a barrier as proud and impassable as that which in these times the rich shut against the poor, the aristocrat against the plebeian.”
“But, aunt Caxton," said Eleanor, who felt herself taken down a little, as a secure talker is apt to be by a manner very composed in his opponent – "it is surely the habit of refined persons in these times not to get excited – or not to express their feelings very publicly?”
“They brought a note from Mrs. Dortch requesting Mother to take her to board this summer, Mother refused of course, it would be too great a care entirely for Mother in these times and in her health.”
“And so, hoping the courteous reader will look with a candid eye upon these hasty lines, rather poured out than written; and consider that a day's pains in these times may serve for that which is but for a day's use; the whole is submitted to his judgment by him who professeth his all in this kind to be, -- the love of truth and peace.”
““That there ought to be in these times no making or building of churches, nor use of church-ordinances; but waiting for a church, being in a readiness upon all occasions to take knowledge of any passenger, of any opinion or tenet whatsoever: the Saints, as pilgrims, do wander as in a temple of smoke, not able to find Religion, and therefore should not plant it by gathering or building a pretended supposed House.””
“It is to be greatly feared that in these times of shams and superficialities, the repentance of too many is only in the seemings.”
“The disastrous state of Lyons, the persecutions of Carrier, the conflagrations of Maignet, and the crimes of various other Deputies, had obliterated the minor revolutionisms of Tallien: * The citizens of Bourdeaux spoke of him without horror, which in these times was equal to eulogium; and Julien transmitted such accounts of his conduct to Robespierre, ** as were equally alarming to the jealousy of his spirit, and repugnant to the cruelty of his principles.”
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