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The general cry is against ingratitude, but the complaint is misplaced, it should be against vanity; none but direct villains are capable of willful ingratitude; but almost everybody is capable of thinking he hath done more that another deserves, while the other thinks he hath received less than he deserves.



























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The Bibliomaniac's Bride
 by Eugene Field

The women-folk are like to books,-
Most pleasing to the eye,
Whereon if anybody looks
He feels disposed to buy.

I hear that many are for sale,-
Those that record no dates,
And such editions as regale
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