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" It grieves me not, that the fantastic taste of some epicure in learning may chance to find, on the book-shelves of Paris, some literary morsel of choice and ancient flavor, such as our own metropolis supplies not. I feel no envy, if we republicans are... "
Proceedings, American Philosophical Society (vol. 104, no. 4, 1960) - Page 384
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Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Volume 17

Smithsonian Institution - Science - 1880 - 1074 pages
..."Why should not the soul of this country cat as good food, and as much of it, as the soul of Europe." It grieves me not, that the fantastic taste of some...Europe in some high-seasoned delicacy of the pampered soul. Enough have we to console ourselves ! — objects of national ambition, how much higher, how...
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Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Volume 17

1880
...Why should not the soul of this country eat as good food, and as much of it, as the soul of Europe." It grieves me not, that the fantastic taste of some...some literary morsel of choice and ancient flavor, euch as our own metropolis supplies not. I feel no envy, if we republicans are outdone by luxurious...
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The Smithsonian Institution: 1835-1887 (twenty-fourth Congress to forty ...

Smithsonian Institution - 1901
...me not that the fantastic taste of some epicure in learning may chance to find on the book shelves of Paris some literary morsel of choice and ancient...Europe in some high-seasoned delicacy of the pampered soul. Enough have we to console ourselves — objects of national ambition, how much higher, how infinitely...
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The Smithsonian Institution: 1835-1887 (twenty-fourth Congress to forty ...

Smithsonian Institution - 1901
...mind. Why should not the soul of this country eat as good food and as much of it as the soul of Europe? It grieves me not that the fantastic taste of some epicure in learning may chance to find on the book shelves of Paris some literary morsel of choice and ancient flavor, such as our own metropolis...
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History of the Library of Congress: Volume I, 1800-1864, Volume 1

William Dawson Johnston - Government publications - 1904 - 535 pages
...Why should not the soul of this country eat as good food and as much of it as the soul of Europe? ' ' It grieves me not that the fantastic taste of some...Europe in some high-seasoned delicacy of the pampered soul. Enough have we to console ourselves — objects of national ambition, how much higher, how infinitely...
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