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" The laws of debt and conspiracy were on the worst footing. The enormous wickedness of the slave trade was tolerated. A thousand evils were in existence, which the talents of good and able men have since lessened or removed ; and these efforts have been... "
The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ... - Page 425
1845
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 30

William Scott, Francis Garden, James Bowling Mozley - Christianity - 1855
...laws of debt and conspiracy were upon the worst footing. The enormous wickedness of the slave-trade was tolerated. A thousand evils were in existence,...able men have since lessened or removed ; and these efforts have been not a little assisted by the honest boldness of the " Edinburgh Review." ' — Memoir,...
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The United States Democratic Review, Volume 14

United States - 1844
...were little understood — the Law of Debt and of Conspiracy were upon the worst possible fooling — the enormous wickedness of the Slave Trade was tolerated...since lessened or removed ; and these effects have not been a little assisted by the honest boldness of the Edinburgh Review." In all these things Sydney...
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The Works of Sydney Smith

Sydney Smith - English essays - 1844 - 333 pages
...footing— Ле enormous wickedness of the Slave Trade was tolerated-a thousand evils were"f exiV ence, which the talents of good and able men have since lessened or removed Td ReevLw n0t * aS8ÍSted Ьу Л° b°nest boldness of the Sbu^h I see very little in my Reviews to...
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Sharpe's London magazine, a journal of entertainment and ..., Volumes 6-7

Anna Maria Hall
...laws of debt and conspiracy were upon the worst footing. The enormous wickedness of the slave-trade was tolerated. A thousand evils were in existence,...able men have since lessened or removed ; and these efforts have been not a little assisted by the honest boldness of the Edinburgh Review,." On his own...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 17

1845
...and of conspiracy were upon the worst possible footing — the enormous wickedness of the slave-trade was tolerated — a thousand evils were in existence,...good and able men have since lessened or removed. " From the beginning of this century to the death of Lord Liverpool, was an awful period for those...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 17

1845
...and vindictive imprisonments — the principles of political economy were little understood — the law of debt and of conspiracy were upon the worst...possible footing — the enormous wickedness of the slave-trade was tolerated — a thousand evils were in existence, which the talents of good and able...
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Bentley's miscellany, Volume 17

1845
...and vindictive imprisonments — the principles of political economy were little understood — the law of debt and of conspiracy were upon the worst...possible footing — the enormous wickedness of the slave-trade was tolerated — a thousand evils were in existence, which the talents of good and able...
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Annual Register

History - 1846
...and vindictive imprisonments — the principles of political economy were little understood — the law of debt and of conspiracy were upon the worst...lessened or removed; and these effects have been not a lilttle assisted by the honest boldness of the ' Edinburgh Review.' I see very little in my reviews...
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English Literature of the Nineteenth Century ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - English literature - 1851 - 746 pages
...and vindictive imprisonments — the prineiples of Political Economy were little understood — the Law of Debt and of Conspiracy were upon the worst...Slave Trade was tolerated — a thousand evils were in existenee, which the talents of good and able men have sinee lessened or removed ; and these effects...
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The Dublin Review, Volume 32

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1852
...their lives could have no counsel ; Lord Eldon and the Court of Chancery pressed heavily on mankind a thousand evils were in existence, which the talents...and able men have since lessened or removed ; and their efforts have been not a little assisted by the honest boldness of the " Edinburgh Review"' The...
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