Excerpt from The Year Book of Daily Recreation and Information, 1832: Concerning Remarkable Men and Manners, Times and Seasons, Solemnities and Merry-Makings, Antiquities and Novelties; On the Plan of the Every-Day Book and Table Book
I've thought of all this pride and all th... is pain, And all the insolent plenitudes of power, And I declare, by this most quiet hour, Which holds, in different tasks, by the fire-light, Me and my friends here this delightful night, That Power itself has not one half the might Of Gentleness. 'tis want to all true wealth, The uneasy madman's force to the wise health; Blind downward heating, to the eyes that see Noise to persuasion, doubt to certainty.
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