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" ... public-houses, and money in their pockets to squander there in gaming, drunkenness and extravagance. The last of these is an evil of so gigantic a size, so conducive to the universal corruption, of the lower part of this nation, and so entirely destructive... "
London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer... - Page 26
1756
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The World ..

Edward Moore, Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield, Richard Owen Cambridge, Horace Walpole - 1753
...of all family order, decency and ceconomy, that it well deferves the confideration or" a legifhiure, who are not themfelves under the influence of their...wages without any inconvenience. FROM what has been {aid it plainly appears, that every man in this country is ill ferved in j. retortion to the number...
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The Works of Soame Jenyns, Esq: In Two Volumes : Including Several ..., Volume 1

Soame Jenyns, Charles Nalson Cole - English literature - 1791 - 411 pages
...all family order, decency, and ceconomy, that it well deferves the confideration of a legiflature, who are not themfelves under the influence of their...pay them their wages without any inconvenience. From From what has been faid, it plainly appears, that every man in this country is ill-ferved in proportion...
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The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers

British essayists - 1802
...gigantic a size, so conducive to the universal corruption of the lower part of this nation, and so entirely destructive of all family order, decency,...deserves the consideration of a legislature, who are not themselves under the influence of their servants, and can pay them their wages without any inconvenience....
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Select British Classics, Volume 36

English literature - 1803
...lower part of this nation, and so entirely destructive of all family order, decency, and oeconomy, that it well deserves the consideration of a legislature, who are not themselves under the influence of their servants, and can pay them- their wages without any inconvenience^...
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The British Essayists, Volume 29

Alexander Chalmers - English essays - 1808
...gigantic a size, so conducive to the universal corruption, of the lower part of this nation, and so entirely destructive of all family order, decency,...deserves the consideration of a legislature, who are not themselves under the influence of their servants, and can pay them their wages without any inconvenience....
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World

Lionel Thomas Berguer - English essays - 1823
...the lower part of this nation, and so entirely destructive of all family order, decency, and economy, that it well deserves the consideration of a legislature, who are not themselves under the influence of their servants, and can pay them their wages without any inconvenience....
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The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers

British essayists - Fiction - 1823
...the lower part of this nation, and so entirely destructive of all family order, decency, and economy, that it well deserves the consideration of a legislature, who are not themselves under the influence of their servants, and can pay them their wages without any inconvenience....
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Public Life and the Propertied Englishman, 1689-1798

Paul Langford, Rector of Lincoln College and Professor of Modern History Paul Langford - History - 1991 - 608 pages
...the lower part of this nation, and so entirely destructive of all family order, decency and economy, that it well deserves the consideration of a legislature, who are not themselves under the influence of their servants'.25 In the countryside the process seemed peculiarly...
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