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James Wood, comp.  Dictionary of Quotations.  1899.
  It is a profound error to presume that everything has been discovered; it is to take the horizon which bounds the eye for the limit of the world.  1
  L’Allégorie habite un palais diaphane—Allegory dwells in a transparent palace.  2
  Le trident de Neptune est le sceptre du monde—The trident of Neptune is the sceptre of the world.  3
  Que la Suisse soit libre, et que nos noms périssent!—Let Switzerland be free and our names perish!  4
  The trident of Neptune is the sceptre of the planet.  5

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