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" You cannot conceive the horrible sights we see, particularly children; perfect skeletons in many cases, their bones through their skin, without a rag of clothing, and utterly unlike human creatures. "
'Up the Country': Letters Written to Her Sister from the Upper Provinces of ... - Page 65
by Emily Eden - 1867 - 396 pages
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Reading books, adapted to the requirements of the Revised code, ed ..., Volume 6

Alexander Ronald Grant - 1870
...children — perfect skeletons in many cases, their bones through their skin, without a rag of clothing, utterly unlike human creatures. Our camp, luckily,...supplies from Oude, and we can give away more than other travellers. We began yesterday giving food to two hundred people. The sight is really too shocking....
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Rule Britannia: Women, Empire, and Victorian Writing

Deirdre David - History - 1995 - 234 pages
...conceive the horrible sights we see, particularly children; perfect skeletons in many cases, their bones through their skin, without a rag of clothing, and utterly unlike human creatures" (65). Despite government-dispersed food for those unable to work, the natives continue to die, and...
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