IN all circumstances a philosopher ought to be composed; the dominie was a philosopher, yet a glanco would have told that he was deeply, painfully perturbed. He sat crouched over his desk, his chin on his hands, his face an epitome of acute distress.By JOHN A. STEUART23 min
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