klausnick/莫罗佐夫·尼科莱/профан (klausnick) wrote,


The English, like ancient medals, kept more apart, and passing but
few peoples' hands, preserve the first sharpnesses which the fine
hand of Nature has given them; - they are not so pleasant to feel,
- but in return the legend is so visible, that at the first look
you see whose image and superscription they bear. -
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