Excerpt from A Lecture on Elocution, Particularly With Reference to the Art of Reading: Delivered, Agreeably to Appointment, Before the North Carolina Institute of Education, at Their Annual Meeting, June 20th, 1832
If, in what has been thus imperfectly advanced, there shall ... have been discovered nothing that is new, no feeling, sir, of regret or mortification will be indulged. The path in which the ¿owers and the thorns oi' knowledge are to be met with, having been trodden for thousands of years, must necessarily be trite: but it is the old way, the tried way, the safe way; and 'they may assuredly be suspected of presumption, who would block it up, and allure our feet into new directions.
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