William Carleton Quote

Feeling in the young precedes philosophy, and often acts with a more certain aim.


The Clarionet, the Dead Boxer, and Barney Branagan. [From The Fawn of Spring-Vale... and Other Tales. ] (ed. 1850)

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Feeling in the young precedes philosophy, and often acts with a more certain aim.

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Feeling in the young precedes philosophy, and often acts with a more certain aim.

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Feeling in the young precedes philosophy, and often acts with a more certain aim.

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Feeling in the young precedes philosophy, and often acts with a more certain aim.