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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...ions relatively recently. ‗In God We Trust‘ has been found on coins since 1861 and on currency since the 1960s. And the phrase ‗under God‘ was inser... ...ough His actions it seems that we should try to eliminate those potential births that would not have a good chance of living in God‘s grace. So mayb... ...ountry, at Georgia State University, found that the cost of illegitimate births and children of divorced parents was $112 billion a year for the U.S... ... 2007 based on the U.S. Census. It showed an alarming rate of increase in births to single people and co- habiting people. In the 25 years from 1980 ... ...and co- habiting people. In the 25 years from 1980 to 2005. Out-of-wedlock births for native born Americans increased from 19% to 35% of all births. ... ...from 13% to 32%. The native American statistics include all of the teenage births, but immigrants often don‘t come to this country until they are pas...

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The Life of Tymon of Athens

By: William Shakespeare

...he gilded Newt, and eyelesse venom’d Worme, 1803 With all th’ abhorred Births below Crispe Heauen, 1804 Whereon Hyperions quickning fire doth... ...t say thou art a Caytiffe. 1860 Tim. Why do’st thou seeke me out? 1861 Ape. To vex thee. 1862 Tim. Alwayes a Villaines Office,...

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The Tragedy of Richard the Third

By: William Shakespeare

... their Tragedie. 1860 Well Catesby, ere a fort- night make me older, 1861 Ile send some packing, that yet thinke not on’t. 1862 Cates... ...illiam Brandon. 3861 Richm. Interre their Bodies, as become their Births, 3862 Proclaime a pardon to the Soldiers fled, 3863 That in ...

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The Second Part of Henry the Fourth

By: William Shakespeare

...ape, 1859 and there an end. Exeunt. Actus Quartus. Scena Prima. 1861 Enter the Arch- bishop, Mowbray, Hastings, 1862 Westmerland, Co... ...ple feare me: for they doe obserue 2508 Vnfather’d Heires, and loathly Births of Nature: 2509 The Seasons change their manners, as the Yeere ...

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The Winters Tale

By: William Shakespeare

...with mirth. 1860 Shep. Fy (daughter) when my old wife liu’d: vpon 1861 This day, she was both Pantler, Butler, Cooke, 1862 Both Dame a... ... Well with this Lord; there was not full a moneth 2872 Betweene their births. 2873 Leo. ’Prethee no more; cease: thou know’st 2874 He...

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The Life of Henry the Fifth

By: William Shakespeare

...at good white Head, 1860 Were better then a churlish turfe of France. 1861 Erping. Not so my Liege, this Lodging likes me better, 1862 ... ...e, and mangled Peace, 3022 Deare Nourse of Arts, Plentyes, and ioyfull Births, 3023 Should not in this best Garden of the World, 3024 Our ...

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Democracy in America

By: Alexis de Tocqueville

...hed in every parish, in which the results of public deliberations, and the births, deaths, and marriages of the citizens were entered;*** clerks were ... ...on of the laws; the town-clerk records all the town votes, orders, grants, births, deaths, and marriages; the treasurer keeps the funds; the overseer ... ...ct between the seceding States and the Union which caused the Civil War of 1861.* 137 Tocqueville ereignty of the Confederation; since they would hav... ... office, after the election of Mr. Lincoln, from November, 1860, to March, 1861, was that which enabled the seceding States of the South to com- plete... ...old Federalists, and the Democrats of the old Republicans. – T rans. Note (1861). 200 Democracy in America quired absolute supremacy in the country. ... ...se of their greatness which *A remark which, since the great Civil W ar of 1861-65, ceases to be applicable. 353 Tocqueville is the object of my inqu... ...n a struggle to maintain the Union against one or more separate States. In 1861 nine States, with a population of 8,753,000, se- ceded, and maintained...

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Adam Bede

By: George Eliot

...s unmindful uncon-scious of another? For there is no hour that has not its births of gladness and despair, no morning brightness that does not bring n... ...ories Adam Bede 1859 Novel The Mill on the Floss 1860 Novel Silas Marner 1861 Novel Romola 1863 Novel Felix Holt the Radical 1866 Novel How Lisa ...

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Leaves of Grass

By: Walt Whitman

...rairies, dwelling again in Chicago, dwelling in every town, Observing shows, births, improvements, structures, arts, Listening to orators and oratress... ... trillions ahead, and trillions ahead of them. Leaves of Grass –Whitman 91 Births have brought us richness and variety, And other births will bring ... ... Leaves of Grass –Whitman 307 THE C ENTENARIAN’S S TORY (Volunteer of 1861 2, at Washington Park, Brooklyn, assisting the Centenarian.) Give me... ... growths and products. 3 Fecund America—today, Thou art all over set in births and joys! Thou groan’st with riches, thy wealth clothes thee as a ... ... Leaves of Grass –Whitman 503 2 Of seeds dropping into the ground, of births, Of the steady concentration of America, inland, upward, to impreg... ...ngs of life and death, And the songs of birth, and shown that there are many births. Leaves of Grass –Whitman 512 I have offer’d my style to every o...

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John Keble's Parishes a History of Hursley and Otterbourne

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...ral more changes took place. A parish register at Hursley, 1653, recording births (not 27 Charlotte M. Yonge baptisms), mentions the opening of a ... ...ne, 1856. Short-Eared Owl (Otus brachyotus).—Baddesley Com- mon, 5th March 1861. White Owl (Strix flammea).—Nested in a barn, another year in a pigeon...

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