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" They come forth : the mine delivers its gang and the pit its bondsmen ; the forge is silent and the engine is still. The plain is covered with the swarming multitude: bands of stalwart men, broad-chested and muscular, wet with toil, and black as the children... "
Young England: Being Vivian Grey, Coningsby, Sybil, Tancred - Page xx
by Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1904
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The Student: a magazine of theology, literature, and science

1844
...with toil, and black as the children of the Tropics : troops of youth — alas ! of both scie^though neither their raiment nor their language indicates...men might shudder at issue from lips born to breathe wonis of sweetness. Yet these are to be — some are — the mothers of England. And now, if we number...
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Sybil; Or, The Two Nations, Volume 2

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - Chartism - 1845
...stalwart men, broad-chested and muscular, wet with toil, and black as the children of the tropics ; troops of youth — alas! of both sexes, — though...mothers of England! But can we wonder at the hideous B2 coarseness of their language when we remember the savage rudeness of their lives? Naked to the waist,...
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Sybil: Or, The Two Nations, Part 2

Benjamin Disraeli - 1845 - 438 pages
...stalwart men, broad-chested and muscular, wet with toil, and black as the children of the tropics ; troops of youth, alas ! of both sexes, though neither...the mothers of England ! But can we wonder at the hideons coarseness of their language, when we remember the savage rudeness of their lives ? Naked to...
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The Southern and Western Magazine and Review, Volume 2

American periodicals - 1845
...of stalwart men, broad-chested and muscular, wet with toil and black as the children of the tropics; troops of youth — alas! of both sexes, — though,...nor their language indicates the difference, all are dad in male attire; and oaths that men might sMulder at, issue from lips born lo bear the words of...
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Sisters of Charity; And, The Communion of Labour: Two Lectures on the Social ...

Mrs. Jameson (Anna) - Nurses - 1859 - 148 pages
...stalwart men, broad chested and muscular, wet with toil, and black as the children of the tropics ; troops of youth, alas ! of both sexes, though neither...clad in male attire, and oaths that men might shudder to hear issue from lips born to breathe words of sweetness. Yet these are to be, some are, the mothers...
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The College, the Market, and the Court: Or Woman's Relation to Education ...

Caroline Wells Healey Dall - Femmes - 1868 - 512 pages
...stalwart men, broad-chested and muscular, wet with toil, and black as the children of the tropics ; troops of youth, alas ! of both sexes, though neither...clad in male attire, and oaths that men might shudder to hear issue from lips born to breathe words of sweetness. Yet these are to be, some are, the mothers...
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Lord Beaconsfield: A Study

Georg Brandes - 1880 - 382 pages
...stalwart men, broad-chested and muscular, wet with toil, and black as the children of the tropics. Troops of youth, alas! of both sexes, though neither their raiment nor their language indicates the difference—all are clad in male attire; and oaths that men might shudder at, issue from lips born...
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Sybil, or, The two nations

1900
...stalwart men, broad-chested and muscular, wet with toil, and black as the children of the tropics ; troops of youth, alas ! of both sexes, though neither...indicates the difference ; all are clad in male attire ; j and oaths that men might shudder at, issue from lips born to breathe words of sweetness. Yet these...
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The College, the Market, and the Court: Or, Woman's Relation to Education ...

Caroline Wells Healey Dall - Women - 1914 - 511 pages
...stalwart men, broad-chested and muscular, wet with toil, and black as the children of the tropics; troops of youth, alas! of both sexes, though neither...clad in male attire, and oaths that men might shudder to hear issue from lips born to breathe words of sweetness. Yet these are to be, some are, the mothers...
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Renegades and Rats: Betrayal and the Remaking of Radical Organisations in ...

Jacqueline Dickenson - Australia - 2006 - 269 pages
...Sybil, or The Two Nations to illustrate her point. The passage describes workers emerging from the mine: Troops of youth, alas! of both sexes, though neither...sweetness. Yet these are to be, some are the mothers of England!22 The only way to protect Anglo-Saxon civilisation from further destruction was to 'colonise...
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