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Página 14 - You to the left and I to the right, For the ways of men must sever, And it well may be for a day and a night And it well may be forever! But whether we live or whether we die (For the end is past our knowing), Here's two frank hearts and the open sky, Be a fair or an ill wind blowing! Here's luck! In the teeth of all winds blowing.
Página 19 - ... his wishes for a merry Christmas and a happy New Year to all the parishioners.
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Página 23 - I should think you should know. When all the others are industriously studying or writing their lessons, who is it sits idly in his seat and watches the rest, instead of working himself?
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Página 29 - Jewett, a scholarly and able man, was for several years at the head of a large institution for young ladies in Alabama. After great success there he came North, and was the means of inducing Matthew Vassar to abandon the plan of building a hospital at Poughkeepsie, and in its stead to found and endow Vassar College. Not only did he do this, but he was influential in shaping its successful career.
Página 30 - It is a well established fact that the average school teacher experiences a great deal of difficulty when she attempts to enforce the clear pronunciation of the terminal "g