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I have no wish for a second husband. I had enough of the first. I like to have my own way — to lie down mistress, and get up master.
Ah, Hope! What would life be, stripped of thy encouraging smiles, that teach us to look behind the dark clouds of to-day, for the golden beams that are to gild the morrow.
The Canadian people are more practical than imaginative. Romantic tales and poetry would meet with less favour in their eyes than a good political article from their newspapers.
When things come to the worst, they generally mend.
Nature, reason, and Christianity recognize no other. Pride may say Nay; but Pride was always a liar, and a great hater of the truth.
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For what Harley Street specialist has time to understand the body, let alone the mind or both in combination, when he is a slave to thirteen thousand a year?
December 6, 1803
April 8, 1885
Susanna Moodie was an English-born Canadian author who wrote about her experiences as a settler in Canada, which was a British colony at the time.
Roughing it in the Bush (1852)
Life in the clearings (1853)
Life in the Backwoods
Flora Lyndsay (1854)
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