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THESAURUS

1. EXISTENCE / NONEXISTENCE; LIFE / DEATH


an autobiographical impulse should twice in my life have taken possession of me..
here, with
a view from its front windows adown this not very enlivening prospect,


2. QUANTITY:
It is a little remarkable, that--though disinclined to talk overmuch of myself and my affairs..


but the few who will understand him better thanmost of his schoolmates or lifemates..
Some authors, indeed, do far more than this..
It is scarcely decorous..

As explaining how a large portion of the following pages came into my possession

but with the thirteen stripes turned vertically
many people are seeking at this very moment to shelter themselves under the wing of the federal eagle
But she has no great tenderness even in herbest of moods
On some such morning, when three or four vessels happen to have arrived..

3. ORDER


The first time was three or four years since..
I was happy enough to find a listener or two on the former occasion..
and, sooner or later--oftener soon than late--is apt to fling off her nestlings




4. TIME
The first time was three or four years since..
at the head of what, half acentury ago, in the days of old King Derby, was a bustling wharf..
And now--because
During precisely three and a half hours of each forenoon
and, sooner or later--oftener soon than late--is apt to fling off her nestlings
On some such morning, when three or four vessels happen to have arrived..
you would discern--in the entry if it were summer time, or in their appropriate rooms if wintry orinclement weathers

5. SPACE / DISTANCE

Living places and related words
with a description of my way of life in the deep quietude of an Old Manse..
In my native town of Salem..
and talk of my three years' experience in a Custom-House..
or, nearer at hand, a Nova Scotia schooner..
before the last war with England, when Salem was a port by itself..
the mighty flood of commerce at New Yorkor Boston..
On some such morning, when three or four vessels happen to have arrived at once usually from Africa or South America..
Position of bodies in space
And now--because, beyond my deserts..
that when he casts his leaves forth upon the wind..

not the many who will fling aside his volume..
we may prate of the circumstances that lie around us..
To this extent, and within these limits..and along which, at the base and in the rear of the row of buildings..
except, perhaps, a bark or brig, half-way down its melancholy length..
or, nearer at hand, a Nova Scotia schooner..
and thence across the harbor..
Its front is ornamented with a portico of half-a-dozen wooden pillars, supporting a balcony, beneath which a flight of wide granite steps descends towards the street..
Ashield before her breast..
many people are seeking at this very moment to shelter themselves under the wing of the federal eagle
or to be on the verge of their departure thitherward
6. MATTER ( Organic, inorganic )

But which is now burdened with decayed wooden warehouses..
and thence across the harbour, stands a spacious edifice of brick..
Its front is ornamented with a portico of half-a-dozenwooden pillars, supporting a balcony, beneath which a flight of wide granite steps descends towards the street
I presume, that her bosom has all the softness and snugness of an eiderdown pillow
with a scratch of her claw, a dab of her beak, or a rankling wound from her barbed arrows.
The pavement round about the above-described edifice--which we may as well name at once as the Custom-House ofthe port..
accordingly as his scheme of the now accomplished voyage has been realized in merchandise that will readily be turned to gold, or has buried him under a bulk of incommodities..
Nor must we forget the captains of the rusty little schooners that bring firewood from the British provinces



7. SOUND

not the many who will fling aside his volume..
in the days of old King Derby,...
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