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- 4 A reminiscence of the vulgar fate, A frequent sample of the life and death of workmen, Each after his kind.Book 29 — To Think of Time (26% in)
- The vulgar and the refined, what you call sin and what you call goodness, to think how wide a difference, To think the difference will still continue to others, yet we lie beyond the difference.Book 29 — To Think of Time (45% in)
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