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James Wood, comp.  Dictionary of Quotations.  1899.
F. W. Robertson
  No man can be good, or great, or happy, except through inward efforts of his own.  1
  Science dissects death.  2
  Sentimentalism is that state in which a man speaks deep and true, not because he feels things strongly, but because he perceives that they are beautiful, and touching and fine to say them—things that he fain would feel, and fancies that he does feel.  3
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