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The use, the pleasure, will the toil repay.
Whom Heaven approves of most, must feel her rod.
The Landing of the Pilgrim Father's.
"Their dauntless hearts no meteor led,
From fortune and from fame they fled
1. The breaking waves dash'd high
2. And the heavy night hung dark
When a band of Exiles moor'd their bark
3. Not as the Conqueror comes,
They, the true-hearted, came;
4. Not as the Flying come,
In silence and in fear;
They shook the depths of the desert's gloom,
5. Amidst the storm they sang;
And the stars heard, and the sea!
6. The ocean eag
From his nes y the white waves foam,
7. There were men with hoary hair,
8. There was woman's fearless eye,
9. What sought they thus afar?
10. Aye! call it holy ground,
The soil where first they trod !
They have left unstain'd what there they found,
PIECES IN PROSE.
Select Sentences and paragraphs,
1. No rank or possessions can make the guilty mind happy,
2. Change of external condition often adverse to virtue,
5. Ortogrul; or the vanity of riches,
7. The journey of a day; a picture of human life,
5. A suspicious temper the source of misery to its possessor,
7. Diffidence of our abilities a mark of wisdom,
8. On the importance of order in the distribution of our time,
9. The dignity of virtue amidst corrupt examples,
10. The mortifications of vice greater than those of virtue,
13. Patience under provocations our interest as well as duty,
15. Omniscience and omnipresence of the Deity, source of
6. On the immortality of the soul,
The cataract of Niagara, in Canada, North America,
1. Happiness is founded in rectitude of conduct,
2. Virtue man's highest interest,
3. The injustice of an uncharitable spirit,
4. The misfortunes of men mostly chargeable on themselves, 72