Journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson: With Annotations - Vol. 10

Journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson: With Annotations - Vol. 10

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Journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson: With Annotations - Vol. 10

Journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson: With Annotations - Vol. 10

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1864.

(From for, war, dl and KL)

[All page references to passages from the Journals used by
Mr. Emerson in his published works are to the Centenary
Edition, 1903–05.]

To the Front!

[IT does not appear that the Western lecturing trip was so far or so long this year as often. Mr. Emerson seems to have given lectures in Erie and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Cleveland, Ohio, and probably other places, but reached home in the third week in January.]

Tέχνη τύχην ἔστερξε καὶ τύχη τέχνην

Agatho.

(From FOR)

January 13, 1864.

Beecher, at breakfast, illustrated the difference between the impulsive mob in New York Cooper Institute and the organized mob in Liverpool

1 Art (or skill) and luck are on good terms with one another.

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