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1 LAMB o with high hands makes them obey

Mary had a little lamb MoLIERE–Les Femmes Savantes. II. 6. Its fleece was white as snow, 13

And everywhere that Mary went Une louange en grec est d'une merveilleuse The lamb was sure to go. efficace à la tête d'un livre.

MRs. SARAH J. HALE–Mary's Little Lamb. First pub. in her Poems for our Children, 1830. Claimed for John Roulston by Mary Sawyer Tyler. Disproved by Mrs. Hale's son, in Letter to Boston Transcript, April 10, 1889. Mrs. Hale definitely asserted her claim to authorship before her death.

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A laudation in Greek is of marvellous efficacy on the title-page of a book. MolièRE—Preface. Les Précieuses Ridicules. 14 L'accent est l'ame du discours, il lui donne le

sentiment et la vérité.

Accent is the soul of a language; it gives the feeling and truth to it. Rousse.AU—Emile. I.

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1. Sport that wrinkled Care derides, Ce n'est pas àtre bien aisé que derire. And Laughter holding both his sides.

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1 14 They laugh that win. Law is a bottomless pit. Othello. Act IV. Sc. 1. L. 124. J. ARBUTHNOT-Title of a Pamphlet. (About (See also first quotation) 1700)

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