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Thomas Carlyle
Latter-Day Pamphlets



But as yet struggles the twelfth hour of the Night. Birds of darkness are on the wing; spectres uproar; the dead walk; the living dream. Thou, Eternal Providence, wilt make the Day dawn!--JEAN PAUL.

Then said his Lordship, "Well. God mend all!"--"Nay, by God, Donald, we must help him to mend it!" said the other.--RUSHWORTH (Sir David Ramsay and Lord Rea, in 1630).

NO. I. The Present Time.
NO. II. Model Prisons.
NO. III. Downing Street.
NO. IV. The New Downing Street.
NO. V. Stump-Orator.
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