Such being the common tendency of human nature; the almost unlimited power which present social institutions give to the man over at least one human being--the one with whom he resides, and whom he has always present --this power seeks out and evokes the l

It seems natural for man to search for excellence, and either to trace it in the object that he worships, or blindly to invest it with perfection, as a garment.

Wild flowers of North America
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