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The head, the heart, the mountain, the valley, the lake, the river, are a like the common property of the state and constitute the rich mines into which the Legislators should dig and search; and like the polisher of the diamond bring the hidden treasure to light, in its true and valuable form.
Now physiological discomfort is an experience universal at one time of life or another; but the reaction to it is infinite in variety; and while part of it depends upon the congenital dispositions which are the common property of humanity, a larger part is contingent upon the psychogenetic factors which have stamped the individual.
Impossible even to open the pages without a vision starting into view; with out drawing a picture from the pinacothek of the brain; without reviving a host of memories and reminiscences which are not the common property of travellers, however widely they may have travelled.
Resolved by the General Assembly of North-Carolina, That each of the United States has an equal right to participate in the benefit of the public lands as the common property of the Union; and that the States in whose favour Congress has not made appropriations of land for the purposes of education, are entitled to such appropriations as will be in just proportion with those already made in favor of other states, and in accordance with the principles upon which cessions have been made by States to the United States.