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Shields A Biographical SketchThe Personality Of Dr Shields Was AsA Biographical SketchThe personality of Dr Shields was as as his mind He was elegant and urbane sensitive and fasci nating a man of Koshka's Tales: Stories from Russia refinement and culture with all the charm of manner which springs from selfespect and consideration for others His company was eagerly sought by the best which springs from self The Deadly Art of Love and Murder respect and consideration for others His company was eagerly sought by the best and his conversation was stimulating andefreshing He loved the atmosphere of uiet studies but he was happy in the world and sensitive to its charms N 0 man could be ardent and industrious in the pursuit of knowledge nor contemplative in its interpretation; yet he had abundant leisure for friendship. And the duties of "his home His love for
His University Was Auniversity was A And He "home His love for his university was A Passion And He passion and he served with a devotion which ennobled her life and his own In his veins an the blood of old colonial stock north and south his view of his country was correspondingly catholic and patrioticThe endearing ualities of the man were as marked as the wide ange of his learning Constructive scholarship is not always gentle far from it and it is interesting to trace the origin and evolution of the man who is both a gentle man and a learned man This combination was the preeminent characteristic of Dr Shields it was due partly to heredity and partly to a broad and var. .
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