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" Indolence was almost the only comfort they enjoyed. There was scarcely any variety of wretchedness with which they were not obliged to struggle, or rather, to which they were not obliged to submit. "
Mr. Tuckerman's ... Quarterly Report Addressed to the American Unitarian ... - Σελίδα 33
των Joseph Tuckerman - 1827
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