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" old age" and the lessons it taught him.' From this state he is again aroused by his good genius, and incited to make another journey through the city, when he encounters ' a sick and pain-worn man, with cramped limbs and swollen belly, giving evidence... "
The Romantic Legend of Sâkya Buddha: From the Chinese-Sanscrit - Page 116
by Samuel Beal - 1875 - 395 lehte
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The British Quarterly Review, 82. köide

Henry Allon - 1886
...as it came, like the raspings of a saw.' On another occasion, when driving out, the young prince saw 'a sick and pain-worn man, with cramped limbs and swollen belly, giving evidence of agoni/.ing suffering, pale and miserable, scarcely able to draw his breath, and every now and then...
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Belgravia, a London magazine, conducted by M.E. Braddon, 28. köide

Belgravia - 1866 - 2 lehte
...aroused by his good genius, and incited to make another journey through the city, when he encounters ' a sick and pain-worn man, with cramped limbs and swollen...and then lying down in the dirt through exhaustion.' This discovers to him the principles of health, and he learns that he too may at any time be seized...
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Belgravia, 28. köide

1876
...aroused by his good genius, and incited to make another journey through the city, when he encounters ' a sick and pain-worn man, with cramped limbs and swollen...and then lying down in the dirt through exhaustion.' This discovers to him the principles of health, and he learns that he too may at any time be seized...
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The Natural History of Atheism

John Stuart Blackie - 1877 - 247 lehte
...roadside — whether naturally or by the glamoury of a dem-putra, angel, or genius, does not matter — " a sick and pain-worn man, with cramped limbs and swollen...pale and miserable, scarcely able to draw his breath, and every now and then lying down in the dirt through exhaustion." And this spectacle produced a similar...
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The British Quarterly Review, 82. köide

Henry Allon - 1885
...it came, like the raspings of a saw.' On another occasion, -when driving out, the younj prince saw 'a sick and pain-worn man, with cramped limbs and swollen belly, giving evidence of agonizing suffering, pale and miserable, scarcely able to draw his breath, and every now and then lying...
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