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“ [32] Our language may be free or even unbridled with a view to heighten our effects, [p. 367] while anger, reproach, promises that we shall prove our case, entreaty, supplication, slight deviations from our proposed course (which must be distinguished from the longer digressions mentioned above), exculpation, conciliation, personal attacks, wishes and execrations are all of value.”

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