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[36] and sublimity in our national literature, for no people are richer than we are in the treasures of nature. And well may each of us feel a glorious and high-minded pride in saying, as he looks on the hills and vales,—on the woods and waters of New England,—

This is my own, my native land.

First printed from the original Ms. in Every other Saturday, i. 116.

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