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" Mr. Holcroft talked a great deal about Peace, of his being against any violent or coercive means, that were usually resorted to against our fellow-creatures ; urged the more powerful operation of Philosophy and Reason, to convince man of his errors ;... "
Memoirs of the Late Thomas Holcroft - Page 186
by Thomas Holcroft - 1816 - 320 pages
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The French Revolution and the English Novel

Allene Gregory Allen - Comparative literature - 1915 - 337 pages
...against any violent or coercive means, that were usually resorted to against our fellow creatures ; urged the more powerful operation of Philosophy and...arguments. This conversation lasted better than an hour, and we departed.1 [The witness adds:] Mr. Holcroft was a sort of natural Quaker; but did not believe...
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The French Revolution and the English Novel

Allene Gregory Allen - Comparative literature - 1915 - 337 pages
...against any violent or coercive means, that were usually resorted to against our fellow creatures; urged the more powerful operation of Philosophy and...his greatest enemy by those means, and oppose his fury.—Spoke also about Truth being powerful; and gave advice to the above effect to the delegates...
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The Collected Works of William Hazlitt: Memoirs of Thomas Holcroft. Liber ...

William Hazlitt - English essays - 1902
...are as follows. ' Mr. Holcroft talked a great deal about Peace, of his being against any violent or coercive means, that were usually resorted to against...greatest enemy by those means, and oppose his fury. — 152 Spoke also about Truth being powerful ; and gave advice to the above effect to the delegates...
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