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" I see no reason whatever that justice may not be done to the few fragments of soul and tatters of understanding which they may really possess. I have sometimes perhaps felt a little uneasy at Exeter Change from contrasting the monkeys with the... "
The Wonders of Plant Life Under the Microscope - Page 23
by Sophia M'llvaine Bledsoe Herrick - 1883 - 248 pages
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Elementary Sketches of Moral Philosophy: Delivered at the Royal Institution ...

Sydney Smith - Ethics - 1849 - 424 pages
...without a tail will never rival us in poetry, painting, and music, — that I see no reason whatever, why justice may not be done to the few fragments of soul, and tatters of understanding, which they may really possess. I have sometimes, perhaps, felt a little uneasy at Exeter 'Change, from...
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the edinburgh review, of critical journal

charles black - 1850
...without a tail will never rival us in poetry, painting, and music,—that I see no reason whatever why justice may not be done to the few fragments of soul, and tatters of understanding, which they may really possess. I have sometimes, perhaps, felt a little uneasy at Exeter 'Change, from...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 20

1850
...without a tail will never rival us in poetry, painting, and music, — that I see no reason whatever why justice may not be done to the few fragments of soul, and tatters of understanding, which they may really possess. I have sometimes, perhaps, felt a little uneasy at Exeter 'Change, from...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 36

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Lewis Gaylord Clark, John Holmes Agnew, Kinahan Cornwallis, Timothy Flint, Washington Irving - Periodicals - 1850
...without a tail will never rival us in poetry, painting, and music ; that I see no reason whatever why justice may not be done to the few fragments of soul, and tatters of understanding, which they may really possess.' Our extracts are already so large, Editor's Talk. 285 that we must...
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After-Dinner Table-Talk

Chetmond Gnelyu, Esq. - 1850
...without a tail will never rival us in poetry, painting, and music, that I see no reason whatever why justice may not be done to the few fragments of soul and tatters of understanding which they may really possess. I have sometimes, perhaps, felt a little uneasy at Exeter 'Change, from...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 20

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1850
...without a tail will never rival us in poetry, painting, and music, — that I see no reason whatever why soul being overwhelmed by the world's sin and sorrow ; the Titan-spirit is heaving, which they may really possess. I have sometimes, perhaps, felt a little uneasy at Exeter 'Change, from...
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The Countess of Huntingdon's New Magazine

Theology - 1850
...without a tail will never lival us in poetry, painting and music, that I see no reason whatever why justice may not be done to the few fragments of soul, and tatters of understanding, which they may really possess. I have sometimes, perhaps, felt a little uneasy at Exeter 'Change, for...
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Elementary Sketches of Moral Philosophy: Delivered at the Royal Institution ...

Sydney Smith - Ethics - 1850 - 424 pages
...without a tail will never rival us in poetry, painting, and music, — that I see no reason whatever, why justice may not be done to the few fragments of soul, and tatters of understanding, which they may really possess. I have sometimes, perhaps, felt a little uneasy at Exeter 'Change, from...
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Table-talk on books, men, and manners

Robert Conger Pell - Anecdotes - 1853 - 229 pages
...without a tail will never rival us in poetry, painting, and music, that I see no reason whatever why justice may not be done to the few fragments of soul and tatters of understanding which they may really possess. I have sometimes, perhaps, felt a little uneasy at Exeter 'Change, from...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 96

1855
...security in my opinion, than of magnanimity or of liberality ; but I confess I feel myself so much at my ease about the superiority of mankind — I have such...few fragments of soul and tatters of understanding which they may really possess. I have sometimes perhaps felt a little uneasy at Exeter Change from...
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