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" ... pretence of feeding, and drag him from his native element by a hook fixed to and tearing out his entrails ; and, to add to all this, they... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Page 405
1826
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 25

Edmund Burke - History - 1800
...whom they have decoyed . byr.n infidious pretence of feeding, and drag him from his native ulement by a hook fixed to and tearing out his entrails : and, to add to all this, they fpare neither labour norexpence to preferveand propagate tliefe innocent animals, for no other <rnd,...
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The Monthly Review, Volume 67

1782
...triumph over the uniufpefting fifh, whom they have decoyed by an infidious pretence of feeding, and drag him from his native element by a hook fixed to and...tearing out his entrails : and, to add to all this, they fpared neither labour nor expence to preferve and propagate thefe innocent animals, for no other end,...
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The Works of Soame Jenyns ...: Including Several Pieces Never ..., Volume 3

Soame Jenyns - 1790
...entrails ; and to add to all this, they fparc neither labour nor expence to pfeferve and propagate thefe innocent animals, for no other end but to multiply the objects of their perfecution. What name Ihould we beftow on a fuperior being, whofe whole endeavours were employed,...
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The Works of Soame Jenyns ...: To which are Prefixed Short ..., Volumes 3-4

Soame Jenyns, Charles Nalson Cole - English literature - 1793
...have decoyed by an infidious pretence of feeding, and drag him from his native VOL. III. O element element by a hook fixed to and tearing out his entrails; and to add to all this, they fpare neither labour nor expence to preferve and propagate thefe innocent animals, for no other end...
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The Works of Soame Jenyns,esq. ...

Soame Jenyns - 1793
...decoyed by an irtfidious pretence of feeding, and drag him from his native VOL. III. O element clement by a hook fixed to and tearing Out his entrails; and to add to all this, they Ipare neither labour nor expence to preferve and propagate thefe innocent animals, for no other end...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose, Volume 2

Vicesimus Knox - English prose literature - 1797
...triumph over the unfufpeiling filh, whom they have decoyed by an inlidious pretence of feeding, and drag him from his native element by a hook fixed to and...tearing out his entrails : and, to add to all this, they fpare neither labour nor expence to preferve and propagate thefe innocent animals, for DO other end...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose ..., Volume 2

1797 - 1120 pages
...they have decoyed by an infidious pretence of feeding, and drag him from his native element by a heck fixed to and tearing out his entrails : and, to add to all this, they fpare neither labour nor expence to preferve and propagate thefe innocent animals, for no other end...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1800
...over the unfufpecting fifli, -who m they have decoyed by an infidious pretence of feedinc, and drag him from his native element by a hook fixed to and tearing out his entrails : and, iu add to all this, they fpare neither labour norexpence to prefervesrd propagate thefe innocent animal-,...
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Annual Register, Volume 25

History - 1800
...they have Decoyed by an influions pretence of feeding, and drag him from his native element by a honk fixed to and tearing out his entrails : and, to add to all this, they fpare neither labour nor expend? to prefervennd propagate thcfe innocent animals, for no other end,...
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An Essay on Abstinence from Animal Food: As a Moral Duty

Joseph Ritson - Diet, Vegetarian - 1802 - 236 pages
...entrails : and, to ad to all this, they fpare neither labour nor expence to preferve and propagate thefe innocent animals, for no other end but to multiply the objects of their perfecution. What name fhould we beftow on a SUPERIOR BEING, whofe whole endeavours were employ'd,...
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