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--The bright sun and oppressive warmth of yesterday morning, making such a striking contrast with the lowering skies and watery atmosphere of the preceding week, were too much in the extreme to last. Like Moore's Gazelle, and other blessings too much loved, they were soon to change, and the gathering clouds and thunderstorm of the evening taught us anew the lesson of this ever varying, fitful life.

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