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The private poor man hath cities , ships , canals , bridges , built for him . He goes to the post - office , and the human race run on his errands ; to the book - shop , and the human race read and write of all that happens , for him ...
But marry it to human history , and it is full of life . Whole Aoras , all Linnæus ' and Buffon's volumes , are dry catalogues of facts ; but the most trivial of these facts , the habit of a plant , the organs ...
when we detect the type of the human hand in the Aipper of the fossil saurus , but also in objects wherein there is great superficial unlikeness . Thus architecture is called “ frozen music , ” by De Staël and Goethe .
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