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James Wood, comp.  Dictionary of Quotations.  1899.
 
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  Gentleman is a term which does not apply to any station, but to the mind and the feelings in every station.  1
  Sentiment has a kind of divine alchemy, rendering grief itself the source of tenderest thoughts and far-reaching desires, which the sufferer cherishes as sacred treasures.  2
  Sympathy is the first great lesson which man should learn…. Unless he learns to feel for things in which he has no personal interest, he can achieve nothing generous or noble.  3
 
 
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