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|Autobiography, Collateral Reminiscences, Arguments in Important Causes, Speeches, Addresses, Lectures and Other Writings, Vol. 1 of 2 (Classic Reprint)
by Samuel A. Foot
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My life has been mainly that of a laborious, persevering, earnest lawyer, and my studies have been principally directed to obtaining success in my profession. Absorbing and exact ing as that profession always is, it was not allowed, however, entirely to engross me. It was never permitted to interfere with the discharge of my duty as a citizen. At a very early period of life, and some years before being entitled to vote indeed, as soon as I understood the nature of our Government, the importance of the duty of exercising the right of sum'age intelligently was deeply impressed upon me, and I have never failed to discharge that duty. By classical and general read ing, I increased my knowledge, strove to keep up with the progress of science, arts, and literature, and endeavored, as opportunity offered, by addresses, lectures, and writings, to benefit and improve my fellow-men.
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