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its different attractions, and that his trees, most eloquent in the golden silence of their sunlit branches, might still help to plead his cause and their own.
The Fells as a park, glorious among the parks of nations, made appeal quite as strong to the ambition of the wealthy as to philanthropy and public spirit; and although little outside his own personal influencing Was achieved toward the indispensable voluntary pledge, the spring of 1883 had hardly begun before Mr. Wright's words of March 17, Everybody seems to be enthusiastically in favor of having the thing done—at the expense of somebody else, had become literally the truth.
In other words, the popularity, including the favor of wealth so indispensable to administrative action, of the Fells cause, or park cause, had become an established fact.
How well established I have some reason to know, for, hoping to help a little myself, as well as to save Mr. Wright some of the many little expenses which he so constantly and gladly