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movable or progressive, could not aid either social or indi- vidual progress ; she would simply change with the changes- going on around her, and could neither aid nor control them." " But, Keverend Father, you overlook the fact that it is precisely in herself that progress is most needed.
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My real com- plaint was, that I had nothing to do, or to take up my at- tention ; so, as I said, ray pliysicians ordered me to try the waters of the new spa.
The Conversa- tions turn on questions of the day and the hour, and taken as a whole they form a passable defence of the church against the objections urged in the name of liberalism and progress, or so-called modern civilization.