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“I cannot speak to her, yet she urged conference.” Shakespeare.

In questions of doubt, it is well to refer to a friend of trust.

“0, who would inhabit this bleak world alone ?” — Moore.

The exhibit was well attended. “Nor cherished they relations poor, That might decrease their present

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mor t o a person's name, will remain beside blem'ish it a blemish and doubt forever.” com mit'tee The committee appointed by the au'dit board of aldermen to audit the accounts ac count' of the city officials reported them acof fi'cial curate in every detail. ac'cu rate “ Maiden, buy my pretty roses, detail

Bright as those your cheek discloses." dis close! The criminal feared the disclosure of dis clo'sure his crime.

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6 What we read leaves its imprint upon our minds, and, therefore, much care should be exercised in the selection of reading matter.” Ritchie.

114 Vat'i can The Vatican at Rome includes the pa'pal papal residence, a library of seventy-five vol'ume thousand volumes, a museum displaymu se'um' ing a thousand pieces of statuary, eight stat'u a ry grand staircases, twenty courts, and stair'case eleven thousand apartments and rooms. a part'ment The works of some of the most famous dec'o rate artists may be seen in it. Among the fres'co artists was Michael Angelo, who decoSis'tine fresco the Sistine Chapel, noted sub lim'i ty for its beauty and sublimity.

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e rup'tion The loss of both property and life is'land by the eruption of Mt. Pelée, upon the de fray' island of Martinique, was very great. del'é gate The different labor unions defray the gen'er al expenses of the delegates who attend con ven'tion the general convention. lin'i ment “ There is no liniment for a broken en'vi ous heart.” re spond' “The envious may die, envy never." ques'tion Please respond to my question.


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“Some succeed by great talent, some by the influence of friends, some by a miracle, but the great majority by commencing without a shilling.”

“There is no benefit so small but a good man will magnify it.” — Seneca.

“Refuse not to be informed, for that shows pride or stupidity.” Penn.

“ The future destiny of the child is always the work of the mother.”

- Napoleon.

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In all the history of the world, few commanders of armies ever equaled in military genius General Robert E. Lee, the Confederate officer. For several years, in both offensive and defensive warfare, he surpassed in skill all his great opponents. General Lee was finally overwhelmed by force of vastly superior numbers.

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