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They came in, and "this regiment" withdrew to conspire under the leadership of Dan Grady.
Weevle returns, "William, I should have thought it would have been a lesson to YOU never to conspire any more as long as you lived.
Besides, a man may live moderately and miserably at the same time; he had therefore better have proposed, that they should live both moderately and liberally; for unless these two conspire, luxury will come in on the one hand, or wretchedness on the other, since these two modes of living are the only ones applicable to the employment of our substance; for we cannot say with respect to a man's fortune, that he is mild or courageous, but we may say that he is prudent and liberal, which are the only qualities connected therewith.