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Excerpt from Perseverance in the War, the Interest and Duty of the Nation: A Sermon, Preached in the Church of the First Parish, Lexington, Sunday, September 11, 1864
In the third class, the timid, there are some who are simply personally timid; we will say nothing of them.
There are a far greater number, who for various reasons, feel discouraged, and are inclined to stop, because they see no use in going on. For all such, a few considera tions of encouragement and reasons for perseverance are appropriate.
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