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Стр. 392 - Harriet complied, and read; — read the eternal book for all the weary and the heavy-laden; for all the wretched, fallen, and neglected of this earth; — read the blessed history in which the blind, lame, palsied beggar, the criminal, the woman stained with shame, the shunned of all our dainty clay...
Стр. 197 - ... the path between them and eternity, would then apply themselves, like creatures of one common origin, owing one duty to the Father of one family, and tending to one common end, to make the world a better place ! Not the less bright and blest would that day be for rousing some who never have looked out upon the world of human life around them, to a knowledge of their own relation to it...
Стр. 196 - Those who study the physical sciences, and bring them to bear upon the health of man, tell us that if the noxious particles that rise from vitiated air, were palpable to the sight, we should see them lowering in a dense black cloud above such haunts, and rolling slowly on to corrupt the better portions of a town.
Стр. 105 - He felt them sharply, in the solitude of his old rooms ; whither he now began often to retire again, and pass long solitary hours. It seemed his fate to be ever proud and powerful ; ever humbled and powerless where he would be most strong. Who seemed fated to work out that doom ? Who ? Who was it who could win his wife as she had won his boy!