... mankind, we should not forget how different were the causes which first woke the music within him when manhood began. ... The lectures at Bristol, The Friend, the newspaper articles which consumed much of his ripest manhood, the Lay Sermons, and the essay on Church and State, ... It was not so much apolitical theory as a flight from the disorder of politics. It was no discredit to be wanting in experience at the age of twenty-three, still less to have loftier hopes of society than othersanbsp;...
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