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John Bartlett (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
Charles Fletcher Dole. (1845– ?)
 
 
1
      Good Will is the mightiest practical force in the universe.
          Cleveland Address.
2
      The Golden Rule works like gravitation.
          Cleveland Address.
3
      When the first just and friendly man appeared on the earth, from that day a fatal Waterloo was visible for all the men of pride and fraud and blood.
          The coming People.
4
      It is absurd to suppose, if this is God’s world, that men must always be selfish barbarians.
          The coming People.
5
      The truly civilized man has no enemies.
          The Smoke and the Flame.
6
      Religion is as healthy and normal as life itself.
          The coming Religion.
7
      Democracy is on trial in the world, on a more colossal scale than ever before.
          The Spirit of Democracy.
8
      It is a world of startling possibilities.
          The Hope of Immortality (Ingersoll Lecture, 1906).
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      Golden hours of vision come to us in this present life, when we are at our best, and our faculties work together in harmony.
          The Hope of Immortality (Ingersoll Lecture, 1906).
 

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