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The only way in which


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The only way in which any thing can really be owned, is by the infusion or inspiration of it in the soul.—The ignorant ^Can I dully suppose that they may I may attain to certain possessions,—as houses or stocks or lands or goods; and that such property will be theirs, when they I have paid ^the money and got taken the receipts and warranty deeds,—then such property will be theirs ^mine to enter upon and enjoy.—Yes, may-be as those people stone blind from their birth, enter enjoy the exhibitions of pictures and sculpture.—

But the true owner of the library

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