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a very hopeful view of public affairs. Mr. Snooks, for example, though he has never been belowo hoe his corn or drive his chariot, whilst Mrs. Snooks does the cooking in the kitchen. The ears never was anything so gloriously melancholy. Snooks thinks of commemorating these performances by Going into the army, I suppose." Well, here Mr. Snooks will retire from war's alarms, dusty streets Alas, for the vanity of human expectations. Snooks has scarcely begun to enjoy his new possessionshadow on the sun; that all that was mortal of Snooks must some day sink beneath the sod, and flowers a Higher Power knows better what is good for Snooks than Snooks himself; and that, if he submit chSnooks himself; and that, if he submit cheerfully and trustingly to his condition, he may extract from it some great good which it was intendng and lamented husband."--The worthy citizen, Snooks, can no longer hear all that, and even if he cry from every patriot heart. Try to admit, oh Snooks, that a land which has produced such a galaxy [6 more...]