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Mr. Clay's lack of a more perfect early education, however it may
be regretted generally, teaches at least one profitable lesson;
it teaches that in this country, one can scarcely be so poor, but
that, if he will, he can acquire sufficient education to get through
the world respectably.

(Eulogy on Henry Clay, July 6, 1852)

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