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|You can never do more than your duty. You should never wish to do less. - Lee, |
Robert E. The education of a man is never complete until he dies. - Lee, Robert E
. Let the tent be struck. - Lee, Robert E. Never do a wrong thing to make a friend ...
|So he lives and dies every day, and never knows that his identity has ever |
changed; for his progression is so slow that, ... Man has never got to the point of
progression, to admit that he is a creative being; and until he is educated up to
this point ...
|They were surprised at the wealth of material that he had assembled and what he |
had himself brought into being. ... he was an example of courage in adversity and
of high achievement in circumstances in which a lesser man would have lost
hope. ... in the practice of his profession and his children began to come along,
he suffered a complete physical breakdown. ... headed by Dr. James Barrett
Brown, a well-known plastic surgeon, and he held this post continuously until his
|When quite a young man, he left his native town to make his way in London, |
where his active mind found congenial exercise in the ... with the movement
when it assumed the revolutionary character which the thoughtful men of the
party never contemplated. He ... of Bayham, better know as Nova Scotia street,
near Port Burwell, where she lived until the day of her death. ... yjt he persevered,
and, finally, in 1835 demonstrated the practicability of his invention by completing
and putting in ...
|'The two others,' he added, 'are certainly not dead, and get their three meals |
every day, but they are so sad that they ... And the wedding was celebrated, and
they lived happy together till death. ... The one comfort the poor King had was his
son, Prince Saphir, who was only three years old at the time of his mother's death
, and great care was given to his education. ... but try as he would he could never
see the face of the person who was reflected in it, for the young girl's figure
|(I ) Dr. Thomas P. Hereford. whose death occurred in Putnam county. where he |
had achieved a high rank in both medicine and ... Until he had attained the age of
twenty-five years he resided in his native county. where he had received .his ...
While he never aspired to holding public office for the sake of the pecuniary gain.
he yielded to the solicitations of his fellow ... He received a substantial education
in the district schools and those of Red House. and upon its completion obtained
|... broke his constitution to that degree that he never recovered ; for his illness |
turned to an asthma, which terminated in a dropsy. ... He died December 25th
following, and was interred in the churchyard of Alderley. ... He received the early
part of his education at Northampton, and he was afterwards removed to Bristol to
complete his theological studies. ... Mr. Ryland, who, accepting the pastoral
charge, continued with them until his death, when in 1826 he was succeeded by
|He had never since the War been a candidate for any political place. except |
when he ran as the Democratic candidate ... of Maryland, while his extended
acquaintance with the public men of the day gave him prominence in national
politics. He died at Washington on June 23, 1885. ... age, and then entered
Columbia College grammar school, where he remained several years, receiving
a fine education.
|He had never since the War been a candidate for any polit:cal place, except |
when he ran as the Democratic candidate for ... the politics of Maryland, while his
extended acquaintance with the public men of the day gave him prominence in
national politics. ... He died in October, 1873, while still in the prime of life, but ill
health had pursued him nearly all his days. ... of age, and then entered Columbia
College grammar school, where he remained several years, receiving a fine
|And when Bobby Van Hook, a police department janitor, died the saddened cops |
gave him a full hero's funeral ... He was a man without a family — except for the
cops who unofficially adopted him and gave him a hero's funeral when he died of
a heart attack. ... died. police. gave. him. hero's. funeral. izen and had no family ...
He had no apparent education . . . He lived a life of poverty. ... "Yet he worked
until he simply wasn't able. He never complained. He never asked for a handout.