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Augusta King (search for this): chapter 44
To Miss Augusta King. New York, September 19, 1843. A day or two after Parker left, A. and L. called to see me. I asked, What brings you to New York? I don't know, said Mr. A.; it seems a miracle that we are here. But whatever the miracle might be, I believe it restored no blind to sight. Mr. C. and J. H. went to hear a discussion between them and W. H. C. It was held in a very small room, the air was stifling, and both came home with a headache. I asked Mr. C. what they talked about? I don't know. But can't you tell anything they said? For some time he insisted that he could not, but being unmercifully urged, he at last said, L. divided man into three states; the disconscious, the conscious, and the unconscious. The disconscious is the state of a pig; the conscious is the baptism by water; and the unconscious is the baptism by fire. I laughed, and said, Well, how did the whole discussion affect your mind? Why, after I had heard them talk a few minutes, replied he, I'l
Theodore Parker (search for this): chapter 44
To Miss Augusta King. New York, September 19, 1843. A day or two after Parker left, A. and L. called to see me. I asked, What brings you to New York? I don't know, said Mr. A.; it seems a miracle that we are here. But whatever the miracle might be, I believe it restored no blind to sight. Mr. C. and J. H. went to hear a discussion between them and W. H. C. It was held in a very small room, the air was stifling, and both came home with a headache. I asked Mr. C. what they talked about? I don't know. But can't you tell anything they said? For some time he insisted that he could not, but being unmercifully urged, he at last said, L. divided man into three states; the disconscious, the conscious, and the unconscious. The disconscious is the state of a pig; the conscious is the baptism by water; and the unconscious is the baptism by fire. I laughed, and said, Well, how did the whole discussion affect your mind? Why, after I had heard them talk a few minutes, replied he, I'll
September 19th, 1843 AD (search for this): chapter 44
To Miss Augusta King. New York, September 19, 1843. A day or two after Parker left, A. and L. called to see me. I asked, What brings you to New York? I don't know, said Mr. A.; it seems a miracle that we are here. But whatever the miracle might be, I believe it restored no blind to sight. Mr. C. and J. H. went to hear a discussion between them and W. H. C. It was held in a very small room, the air was stifling, and both came home with a headache. I asked Mr. C. what they talked about? I don't know. But can't you tell anything they said? For some time he insisted that he could not, but being unmercifully urged, he at last said, L. divided man into three states; the disconscious, the conscious, and the unconscious. The disconscious is the state of a pig; the conscious is the baptism by water; and the unconscious is the baptism by fire. I laughed, and said, Well, how did the whole discussion affect your mind? Why, after I had heard them talk a few minutes, replied he, I'll