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American Literature, Science and Irt.
A Magazine of Literature, Science, and Art.
VOL. X.—JULY, 1857.—NO. LV.
ern traveling facilities, but there are few
“Go thither,” says the statesman,
true character-their occasional moods THE, casual visitor, who whirls to of superior majesty — all that makes
them a real refreshment, a force, a joy Hampshire, is amazed and gratified with for the rest of your years—they show the solid grandeur and the varied beauty only to the calmer eye-only to him of the scenes through which he may be who waits sufficiently long to unthink borne, even with the hot haste of mod- bis city habits, and bide their time.