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itated; his eyes glisten; his hands stretch nervously; his lips quiver; he bursts into tears; his whole frame is convulsed; he yields to a wild and uncontrollable passion of grief! Who is that young man! He must be something more than ordinary. No man ever yet possessed such susceptibility of powerful emotions, without being capable of rousing them in others. "If you want me to weep," says the Roman poet, "you must weep yourself." What is that man? If he is an actor, he will be equal to Garrick. If he is a poet, Shakespeare may tremble for his laurels. If he is a lawyer, he will be, one day, the most wonderful of his class. For who was ever a great actor, or a great poet, or a great orator, without that sympathy for the feelings of his fellowman that made our Saviour, in his earthly shape, the adored of the Universe. There is the secret spring that moves the bosoms of all mankind, and without it, a man, though he may still be a great speaker, a good actor, and a sublime poet, c