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A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers - Pennsylvania State ...

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A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers - Pennsylvania State

A ong>Weekong> on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers by Henry David Thoreau A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication

  • Page 2 and 3: A Week on the Conc
  • Page 4 and 5: I sailed up a river with a pleasant
  • Page 6 and 7: on its banks. To an extinct race it
  • Page 8 and 9: meat; who were out not only in ’7
  • Page 10 and 11: dred pound charge as it appeared.
  • Page 12 and 13: SA SATURDA SA TURDA TURDAY TURDA
  • Page 14 and 15: Our reflections had already acquire
  • Page 16 and 17: For lore that’s deep must deeply
  • Page 18 and 19: land seemed to grow fairer as we wi
  • Page 20 and 21: luck was not in proportion to his y
  • Page 22 and 23: a constant sculling or waving motio
  • Page 24 and 25: The Shiner, Leuciscus crysoleucas,
  • Page 26 and 27: the dams, though they are taken in
  • Page 28 and 29: they do not die without priest. Sti
  • Page 30 and 31: fully meadowward, at that inaccessi
  • Page 32 and 33: A Week on the Conc
  • Page 34 and 35: ounded and adorned by the climbing
  • Page 36 and 37: Of yonder hill, Conveys thy gentle
  • Page 38 and 39: ming up their week, with one eye ou
  • Page 40 and 41: to a happy conclusion. Yonder in Ca
  • Page 42 and 43: are English, and love to hear the s
  • Page 44 and 45: to Gower,— “And Iadahel, as sai
  • Page 46 and 47: says he, “were read by Mahometans
  • Page 48 and 49: we missed the conciliatory influenc
  • Page 50 and 51: stant at his shrine. It seems to me
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    One man says,— “The world’s a

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    imaginable essences, which would no

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    have not the most definite designs

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    I was once reproved by a minister w

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    that thread which the accomplices o

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    sixty. He hath been always loving a

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    the ocean on Plum Island beach. At

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    think that the banks are being abra

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    interior lakes, their scales gleami

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    soms. He would strive in vain to mo

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    tremely lifelike:— “Then rose u

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    “You grov’ling worldlings, you

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    There are already essays and poems,

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    winds blow, and cease this waltz of

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    underwood, and one may ride on hors

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    tences. Whose are the truly labored

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    our thoughts to novelties, beholdin

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    camp itself. As we rowed along near

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    and other private haunts, excepting

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    “His shoote it was but loosely sh

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    Lovewell, with his company, marched

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    had eaten came out of wounds he had

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    mon sense and labor. Such is the ev

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    But forever I ask of such, What the

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    through this latest generation as t

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    forward to meet certain of the Indi

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    ANTIGONE “For it was not Zeus who

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    times prattle about them. It only a

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    “I am the same to all mankind,”

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    approached it. His genius was more

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    But swiftly still our fortunes pace

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    tive world in the very words of the

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    with its depth and serenity, and I

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    stick many aeons deep into its surf

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    fatigues Edwin had himself experien

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    sians make so much use, and also of

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    near its mouth is still a solitary

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    So bold a line as ne’er was writ

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    of Tyngsborough, who had the story

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    They were vapors, fever and ague of

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    The wilderness is near as well as d

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    It doth expand my privacies To all,

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    And ever, if you hearken well, You

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    And if she lose her champion true,

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    sionally buying a loaf of bread at

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    two in a straight line from where I

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    indeed, and would be ashamed of the

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    far in the horizon I could see wher

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    age, and made the river seem indefi

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    Some youthful spring, perchance, st

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    oughs sometimes twenty rods by our

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    heads, and also bullets of lead and

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    from any hasty and artificial polis

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    came to what seemed the guests’ a

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    Saxon probity at bottom. If you cou

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    sense of dissipation. Our penknife

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    tion, that it was thought by some t

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    without noise, keeping up tradition

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    The routine which is in the sunshin

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    “Sagamore Wanalancet come this mo

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    Commenced to wander, Ere the black

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    ates. In parched corn, for instance

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    Farewell, henceforth, for me, Heroe

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    ON LOVE Love walking swiftly, With

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    And she said, If the sting Of a bee

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    industrious damsel tripped down to

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    out for wrecks of snails and cockle

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    the river and the receding shores,

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    My sole employment ‘t is, and scr

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    try! Pindar gives the following acc

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    ing into the canal to their amuseme

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    These, and such as these, must be o

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    down the material from heaven. What

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    lawyer, a wit, and a poet.” We sa

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    mankind than medicine. Quackery is

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    havior, not to be forgotten, not to

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    the air, no matter how long the dro

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    diverge; but as the web of destiny

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    most part we stupidly confound one

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    Mussulmen and fatalists in this res

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    learn at last to tolerate one frail

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    fur-trader, as described in the lat

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    and sympathizes with foreign nation

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    I must not dim my eye In thy saloon

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    other, else their path will not be

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    Sometimes I bask me in her day, Con

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    Let such pure hate still underprop

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    night. In the mean while the canal-

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    are but the shadows of our private

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    In vain I look for change abroad, A

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    tensity of our grief, which is our

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    pitched our tent on the very spot w

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    Tell Shakespeare to attend some lei

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    and short”; but it is all superfi

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    Sometimes we lodged at an inn in th

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    edge of the satire. Hence we have t

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    postponed, but not that on the lip.

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    When we returned to Hooksett, a wee

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    So we sailed this afternoon, thinki

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    for-tat, now this side in the sun,

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    their canoe about the falls. The st

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    tieth was Eve the mother of mankind

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    share of neglect and exposure. “T

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    says, and all things seemed with us

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    FRIDA FRIDAY FRIDA “The Boteman s

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    We heard the sigh of the first autu

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    as if they had put their shirts on

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    their month, and cobweb and mildew

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    And leave no curious nest behind, N

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    “I straightway seize the unfutile

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    I gave my arm to the king. The aged

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    farmer will take? When I visit agai

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    curves, and ford the brooks and rav

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    medicinal herbs, which formerly swe

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    When we passed Wicasuck Island, the

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    water with an impulse of her wings,

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    scientific men of our country, and

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    cord, we were forced to row once mo

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    nor opinion, and we read it with a

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    And so new was all his theme in tho

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    and this the hour it bloomed in; if

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    But here on the stream of the Conco

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    stage, in a theatre? Here or nowher

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    e put off and amused in this life,

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    Such as God knows, with freer air,

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    than another, he will not venture o

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    ich a sunset as would never have en

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    made, and just in proportion as men

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