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My Life: A Record of Events and Opinions - Page 101
by Alfred Russel Wallace - 1905
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The Monthly repository (and review).

1822
...which is shewn towards them. In this they appear like one well-regulated family united together by ties of the closest affection. We heard no quarrels...strongly impressed are they with the conviction that their interest and duty are the same, and that to be happy themselves it is necessary to make those...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, 17. köide

1822
...which is shewn towards them. IB this they appear like one well-regulated family united together by ties of the closest affection. We heard no quarrels...strongly impressed are they with the conviction that their interest and duty are the same, and that to be happy themselves it U necessary to make those...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, 18. köide

1826
...the presence of every thing that is likely to inspire them with good ones. The consequence is, that they appear like one well-regulated family, united...affection. We heard no quarrels from the youngest to the oldest; and so strongly impressed are they with the conviction that their interest and duty are the...
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The life of Robert Owen, written by himself

Robert Owen - 1857
...with the presence of whatever is calculated to inspire them with good ones ; the consequence is, that they appear like one well-regulated family, united...strongly impressed are they with the conviction that their interest and duty are the same, and that to be happy themselves it is necessary to make those...
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The Life of Robert Owen, 1. köide

Robert Owen - 1858
...with the presence of whatever is calculated to inspire them with good ones ; the consequence is, that they appear like one well-regulated family, united...strongly impressed are they with the conviction that their interest and duty are the same, and that to be happy themselves it is necessary to make those...
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The Life, Times and Labours of Robert Owen, 1. köide

Lloyd Jones - 1889
...good ones; the consequence is that they appear like one wellregulated family — united together by ties of the closest affection. We heard no quarrels,...strongly impressed are they with the conviction that their interest and duty are the same, and that to be happy themselves it is necessary to make those...
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The Life, Times and Labours of Robert Owen, 1–2. köide

Lloyd Jones - 1890 - 203 lehte
...good ones ; the consequence is that they appear like one wellregulated family — united together by ties of the closest affection. We heard no quarrels,...strongly impressed are they with the conviction that their interest and duty are the same, and that to be happy themselves it is necessary to make those...
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My life: a record of events and opinions, 1. köide

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1905
...independent visitors. In 1819 the town of Leeds sent a deputation, consisting of Mr. Edward Humes, Mr. Robert Oastler, and Mr. John Cawood, to report...they are surrounded, that they had no strife but in offices of kindness." " The next class of the population in the Lanark establishment consists of boys...
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Robert Owen: A Biography, 1. köide

Frank Podmore - 1906
...with the presence of whatever is calculated to inspire them with good ones ; the consequence is, that they appear like one well-regulated family, united...strongly impressed are they with the conviction that their interest and duty are the same, and that to be happy themselves it is necessary to make those...
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Robert Owen: A Biography, 1. köide

Frank Podmore - 1906
...with the presence of whatever is calculated to inspire them with good ones ; the consequence is, that they appear like one well-regulated family, united...strongly impressed are they with the conviction that their interest and duty are the same, and that to be happy themselves it is necessary to make those...
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