There is nothing, after disease, indigence, and guilt, so fatal to the pleasurable enjoyment of life as the want o~ a worthy outlet for the active faculties.

Besides, when a woman has sufficient sense not to pretend to anything which she does not understand in some degree, there is no need of determining to hide her talents under a bushel.

Lakes and Rivers
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