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" because," said he, " I think it an inhuman practice to expose the greatest misery with which our nature is afflicted to every idle visitant who can afford a trifling perquisite to the keeper; especially as it is a distress which the humane must see,... "
The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal - Page 352
1833
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The Man of Feeling

Henry Mackenzie - Benevolence - 1771 - 268 pages
...afford a trifling perquifite to the keeper; efpecially as it is a diftrefs which the humane muft fee with the painful reflection, that it is not in their power to D 3 alleviate alleviate it." He was overpowered, however, by the felicitations of his friend, and the...
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The New-York magazine; or, Literary repository, Volume 3

1792
...afford a trifling perquifne to the keeper; efpecially as it isa diftrefs which the humane mull fee with the painful reflection, that it is not in their power to alleviate it." He WPS overpowered, however, by the folie itaÚOD.5 of his friend, and the other other peffons of the...
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The Man of Feeling

Henry Mackenzie - Benevolence - 1800 - 176 pages
...accompanied him to several other shows, proposed a visit. Harley objected to it, " because," said he, " I think it an inhuman practice to expose the greatest...reflection, that it is not in their power to alleviate it." He was overpowered, however, by the solicitations of his friend and the other persons of the party...
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The Man of Feeling

Henry Mackenzie - Benevolence - 1800 - 176 pages
...accompanied him to several other shows, proposed a visit. Harley objected to it, "because, said he, I think it an inhuman practice to expose the greatest misery with which our nature isr afflicted, to every idle visitant who can afford a trifling perquisite to the keeper: especially...
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The English instructor; or, Useful and entertaining passages in prose ...

English instructor - English literature - 1801 - 258 pages
...'with which ournature is aflflicled, to every x idle visitant who can afford a trifling per» quisite to the keeper; especially as it is a » distress which...reflection, that it is not in their » power to alleviate. » He was overpowered , however , by the solicitations of his friend , and the other persons of the"parly...
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The Man of Feeling

Henry Mackenzie - 1801 - 148 pages
...afford a trifling perquifite to the keeper; efpecially as it is a diftrefs which the humane muft fee with the painful reflection that it is not in their power to alleviate it." He was overg|nvered, however, by the folicitations of his friend and the other perfons of the party...
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The miscellaneous works of Henry Mackenzie, Volume 1

Henry Mackenzie - 1815
...other shows, proposed a visit. Harley objected to it, ' because,' said he, ' I think it an unhuman practice to expose the greatest misery with which...reflection, that it is not in their power to alleviate it.' He was overpowered, however, by the solicitations of his friend and the other persons of the party,...
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The Works of Henry Mackenzie ...: The man of feeling, and Miscellaneous pieces

Henry Mackenzie - 1815
...accompanied him to several other shows, proposed a visit. Harley objected to it ; " because," said he, " I think it an inhuman practice to expose the greatest...humane must see with the painful reflection, that it^s not in their power to alleviate it.'' He was overpowered, however, by the solicitations of his...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Henry Mackenzie, Volume 1

Henry Mackenzie - 1820
...accompanied him to several other shows, proposed a visit. Harley objected to it, " because," said he, " I think it an inhuman practice to expose the greatest...reflection, that it is not in their power to alleviate it." He was overpowered, howt vc-r, by the solicitations of his friend and the otiier persons of the party...
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The man of feeling: and Julia de Roubigné, a tale

Henry Mackenzie - 1820 - 114 pages
...accompanied him to several other shows, proposed a visit. Harley objected to it, Because, said he, I think it an inhuman practice, to expose the greatest...as it is a distress which the humane must see with a painful reflection, that it is not in their power to alleviate it. He was overpowered, however, by...
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