November 4, at 8: November 5, at 8: David - Reply November 5, at 5: I was completely riveted by this book and was very anxious for you to read it so I could know your thoughts on it.
Vassar, Matthew, Description Matthew Vassar's preoccupation with many visitos; Babcock's efforts in behalf of Maria Mitchell and his visits to various schools, etc. Date September 22, Text Chr.
Master to day, I suppose it came to the village Saturday night, but I was not at the office on Sunday. You allude to your depression of spirits for several days. But I am happy to see that your letter is more cheerful. I assure you that you deserve to feel happy and I Show more Chr.
But I poor mortal, was for two weeks not only depressed, but profoundly miserable. My very existence was a burden. Had there been none depending upon me, I would not have raised my hand to have saved my life.
I am thankful that my apprehension were not selfish, but to think of those around me, as prospectively needed, almost caged me. Your kind letter sent as encouraging atmosphere before it, doubtless, and my reaction was caused by its prospective influence.
When I saw you were really annoyed however I determined that as soon as I felt like myself, I would advance my suggestion letting them pass for what they were intrinsically worth.
If you approve of them, and they seem to you sound, they will at least very much alleviate any future apprehension. Candidly then, I am of the decided connection that you could not do a more unfortunate thing that to leave Vassar College do liberally endowed that the teacher would be independent of their own [execution] for a support.
Could you so endow your professorships, as to make them wholly independent of patronage, you would furnish portions for a class of men which would perhaps in time become mere [sinecure] for lazy incumbent.
There is no incentive like self interest, and you must make their support even, depend largely upon their effort, or you will never bring out and sustain half their energies.
You will have done more to keep up a lively and successful institution than if you endowed your professorship with a million of dollars. You do not what lazy men, who will simply live and fatten on your bounty You want energy, talent, success and men who have such traits will make their own fortunes, with the opportunities you can give them.
If you have any surplus, often endowing your building, let it be a fund the product of which shall educate forever, such poor talented girls as the Trustees may appoint, the fund paying their expenses, at the free prices fixed by your Trustees. My regards to my Amanda and the assurance that I shall write her a long letter as soon as we get in a quiet state.
It is easy to perfect the minute details for such an arrangement, if once decided upon. They shall be elaborated, and given whenever you call for them.Gone With the Wind - Margaret Mitchell; Relationship: Rhett Butler/Scarlett O'Hara; Characters: Scarlett O'Hara; Rhett Butler; Language: English Stats: Published: Wade and Ella didn’t understand why their Uncle Rhett was gone, and they had grown increasingly fractious during his absence.
Scarlett now had Mammy bring the baby to.
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Title to Maria Mitchell, 9 Jul Creator Vassar, Matthew, Description Letter from ""Springside"" commenting on country life, the health of Jeremiah, Miss Mitchell's cat, etc. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online.
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