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After dinner I was told that one was now going to kill a hog. In truth, I saw two strong sailors seize the poor animal by his feet, throw him down and thrust a large knife in his neck. The blood flew and gushed—such a spectacle caused too much pain. Wednesday, July the 3rd. I . . relaxed my mind in talking a moment with M. Cowperthwaite: M. Cowperthwaite: How long do you expect to stay in America, should you be so fortunate as to arrive there safely? Answer: I hope to stay there three years. 3 The time hangs heavy upon me here.
Responding to Questions from the Audience In November 1816, Clerc and Gallaudet traveled to Albany, New York, to raise funds for the proposed school for deaf students. Clerc gave a short address in the capitol to legislators, prominent citizens, and people from all over the state. Afterwards they asked him many questions. Gallaudet translated these into sign language, and Clerc wrote his answers upon a chalkboard. Q: What is truth? A: It is the conformity of an action with its fact, of what we say with what we have seen, or heard, or learned.
M. Cowperthwaite: I have seen your journal and I think that you 3. Again, Clerc would alter his plans. He remained in the United States the rest of his life, returning to France for visits on three occasions. LAURENT CLERC 9 make great progress. You have a very good instructor in M. Gallaudet. Friday, July the 19th. Fair weather, a calm and peaceful sea, but not a breath of wind and consequently not the least progress. . Thursday, August the 8th. Oh, great joy among us all! We are told that we are approaching America that if the wind continues we shall be in sight of New York in two days at latest.
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