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Speeches: Literary and Social

By: Charles Dickens

...of his enthusiasm, and kindled at his example. But ev ery word which fell from his lips, and every demonstration of sympathy and approbation with whi... ...d together in inseparable connexion, and that I had never known them apart from you. Speeches: Literary and Social 7 It is a difficult thing for a ma... ...clusion of the story, I daily received letters of remonstrance, especially from the ladies. God bless them for their tender mercies! The Profes sor w... ...out a thrill of gratitude and pleasure. I shall love while I have life her people, her hills, and her houses, and even the very stones of her streets.... ...—to ap peal as a stranger to your generosity and kindness as the fre est people on the earth—I could, putting some restraint upon myself, stand amon... ...—have come with all my sympathies clustering as richly about this land and people—with all my sense of jus tice as keenly alive to their high claims ... ... of the great public, than the great public, on their road from Torquay to Aberdeen, can do without them. Therefore, I desire to ask the public whethe...

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