And what holds good of verse holds infinitely better in respect to prose.
For my part I do not feel that the scheme of future happiness which ought by rights to be in preparation for me will be at all interfered with by my not meeting again the man I have in my. mind.
How large and varied is the educational bill of fare set before every young gentleman in Great Britain and to judge by the mental stamina it affords him in most cases what a waste of good food it is!
In England literary pretence is more universal than elsewhere from our method of education.