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The first sight of the Forum, with its single pathetic column, brings us back to our school-days, to the study of Casar and the reading of Plutarch; and the intervening period drops out of our lives, taking all our care and anxiety with it.
When they had parted, Dr. Smith had consulted his watch to see whether he would be in time for an appointment he had in the village that evening; and when Lieut. Foster had joined Lieut. Maynard at the other end of the wood, the latter, growing impatient, was just consulting his watch, holding it up in the moonlight; and the intervening period between the time reported by these gentlemen on the witness-stand, was barely sufficient for a rapid walk over the space between them.
I apologized meekly for my ignorance, on the ground that my ancestors had come from England to Virginia in 1608, and, in the short intervening period of two hundred and fifty-odd years, had found no time to transmit to me correct ideas of the duties of American citizenship.
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