Struggles for Life, Or, The Autobiography of a Dissenting Minister
Lindsay & Blakiston, 1854 - 384 pages
Excerpt from Struggles for Life: Or the Autobiography of a Dissenting Minister
Or memory may recall, after the lapse of twenty or thirty years of youth and early manhood that invaluable period of being in which, if a man is to do anything in this tumultuous market-place called the world, it must be done, or left undone for ever - scenes of strangely mingled com plexion, having all the colours of the rainbow, without its unity and beauty, and all the variety of a Persian bazaar, without its order and elegance. Alternations of hope and disappointment, satisfaction and grief, gladness and tears.
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