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Cape Cod: Chapter 9 (The Sea and the Desert) - Henry David Thoreau

... a great part of this was spent foolishly, as the public money is won't to be. Some say that while the government is planting beach-grass behind the town for the protection of the harbor, the inhabitants are ...

Cape Code: Chapter 10 (Provincetown) - Henry David Thoreau

... western inclination of the coast a little farther south. When he says, ?I have no doubt that the Norimbegue enters into the river of Canada,? he is perhaps so interpreting some account which the Indians had given respecting the route from the ...

House-Warming - Henry David Thoreau

... of cooking. I was pleased to see my work rising so square and solid by degrees, and reflected, that, if it proceeded slowly, it was calculated to endure a long time. The chimney is to some extent an independent structure, standing on ...

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Cape Cod: Chapter 3 (The Plains of Nauset) - Henry David Thoreau

... ," but, with regard to the mass of them, he says, "the truth is, that many of them are very loose in their course, to my heart-breaking sorrow." Mr. Treat is described as a Calvinist of the strictest kind, not one ...

Cape Cod: Chapter 5 ( The Wellfleet Oystermen) - Henry David Thoreau

... is just this: that man is a poor good?for?nothing crittur, and everything is just as God sees fit and disposes." "May I ask your name?" I said. "Yes," he answered, "I am not ashamed to tell my name. My name is . My ...

The Pond in Winter - Henry David Thoreau

... lengthwise, and then breadthwise, and found, to my surprise, that the line of greatest length intersected the line of greatest breadth exactly at the point of greatest depth, notwithstanding that the middle is so nearly level, the outline of the ...

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