Excerpt from The Works of Walter Savage Landor, Vol. 2 of 2
Small. We all do; yet duties are transgressed, and daily. Where the will is weak in accepting, it is weaker in resisting. Already have you left the ranks of your fellow-citizens; already have you taken the enlisting-money and marched away.
Kotzebue. Phrases! Metaphors! And let me tell you, M. Sandt, not very polite ones. You have hitherto seen little of the world, and you speak rather the language of books than of men.
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