de like a clerk; or go to Yale and study it like a gentleman.
To which will you go?
Speak, Sir; San Jose or Yale.
To Yale, cried Alexander; and to Yale he went.
It was a new world to me, he says; each man in that great university was freeYale he went.
It was a new world to me, he says; each man in that great university was free to go his own way, to labour as he pleased.
to form a character of his own. At first I was a little timid, feeling the want of guides.
In time I learned to trust my powers and be a law to myself; and now that I have tried both systems, I can see tt Santa Clara will not be strong enough to hold their own in American courts, against lawyers trained in such a school as Yale.
Such is the little history of a life, as told me in a chalet of Penitentia Creek, where we rest our horses for an hour good examples in our sight.
If I am ever tempted, out of weakness, to fall back, I fix my thoughts on some such point as Yale in New Haven, or the Inner Temple in London.
Then my fainting of the heart goes by.
Of course the Jesuits have cut you