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[Christian Register.]

The currents of virtue in any community flow full and free only when they are fed by internal springs of right desire and virtuous aspiration. All progress, all excellence that rises above the legal level, all virtue that makes good laws possible and moral deportment seem excellent, come out of the hearts and minds of those who need no laws. Their external graces of manner and action, their readiness to serve the public, their quick sympathy with all who suffer, and their righteous indignation against all who oppress their fellow-men, come from internal sources and appear in the outer life only as they force themselves into expression in spontaneous action.

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