Excerpt from A True Son of Liberty
Marveling greatly, I turned again toward the man sion to say to the builders Sirs, what means it that a stone seeming so unfit for foundation bears such mighty declarations? But paused, to look at the living stream which from all abroad was pouring in through the many doors of the mansion, rising to every level, and ﬂowing into all apartments. And still the dwellers, standing at the windows, cried aloud: Come! Take an abode in this mansion.
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