Being a Selection of Pieces in Prose and Verse, with Rules for Reading and Speaking John Goldsbury, William Russell ... I say, that since man was created, there never has been a political body on the face of the earth, that would not be corrupted ... the embodied forms of pestilence and famine stalking before you, as to see the latent operations of this insidious power. ... The great enemy of mankind could not have consummated his infernal scheme for the seduction of our first parents, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The American Common-school Reader and Speaker|
|Author||:||John Goldsbury, William Russell|