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Young England: Being Vivian Grey, Coningsby, Sybil, Tancred - Page 218
by Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1904
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Sybil: Or, The Two Nations, Part 2

Benjamin Disraeli - 1845 - 438 pages
...; •it is privileged, but it does something for its privileges. It is distinguished from the main body not merely by name. It is the most knowing class...nothing can be conceived more close and squalid and obscnre. Here, during the days of business, the sound of the hammer and the file never ceased, amid...
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Sybil; Or, The Two Nations, Volume 2

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - Chartism - 1845
...that excesses are checked by poverty of blood and constant exhaustion. Scanty food and hard labour arc in their way, if not exactly moralists, a tolerably...business, the sound of the hammer and the file never ceased, amid gutters of abomination and piles of foulness and stagnant pools of filth ; reservoirs...
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Sybil: Or, The Two Nations

Benjamin Disraeli - 1845 - 438 pages
...sort; no churches , chapels , town-hall , institute , theatre ; and the principal streets in the heAt of the town in which were situate the coarse and grimy...business, the sound of the hammer and the file never ceased, amid gutters of abomination and piles of foulness and stagnant pools of filth ; reservoirs...
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Collected edition of the novels and tales by ... B. Disraeli, Volume 3

Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.) - 1871
...ignorant, for ignorance is relative ; but they are animals ; unconscious ; their minds a blank ; and thoir worst actions only the impulse of a gross or savage...passages, than which nothing can be conceived more close und squalid and obscure. Here, during the days of business, the sound of the hammer and the file never...
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Novels and tales. (Hughenden ed.)

Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.) - 1881
...aristocracy ; it is privileged, but it does something for its privileges. It is distinguished from the main body not merely by name. It is the most knowing class...business, the sound of the hammer and the file never ceased, amid gutters of abomination, and piles of foulness, and stagnant pools of filth ; reservoirs...
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Sybil

Benjamin Disraeli - 1881
...advanced, leaving behind you long lines of ' little dingy tenements, with infants lying about the road, yon expected every moment to emerge into some streets,...branched out a number of smaller alleys, or rather narrow 190 passages, than which nothing can be conceived more close and squalid and obscure. Here, during...
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Sybil, or, The two nations

1900
...of the town in which were situate the coarse and grimy shops, though formed by houses of agi cater elevation than the preceding, were equally narrow,...obscure. Here, during the days of business, the sound of tho hammer and the file never ceased, amid gutters of abomination, and piles of foulness, and stagnant...
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Benjamin Disraeli: an unconventional biography, Volume 2

Wilfrid Meynell - 1903 - 597 pages
...absence, and which Disraeli the politician was to do so much to foster, was not yet brought to birth : " There were no public buildings of any sort ; no churches,...the days of business, the sound of the hammer and file never ceased, amid gutters of abomination and piles of foulness and stagnant pools of filth ;...
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Benjamin Disraeli: an unconventional biography

Wilfrid Meynell - 1903 - 520 pages
...birth: "There were no public buildings of any sort; no churches, chapels, town-hall, institute, theater; and the principal streets in the heart of the town...the days of business, the sound of the hammer and file never ceased, amid gutters of abomination and piles of foulness and stagnant pools of filth; reservoirs...
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Sybil; Or, The Two Nations

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1905 - 642 pages
...aristocracy ; it is privileged, but it does something for its privileges. It is distinguished from the main body not merely by name. It is the most knowing class...business, the sound of the hammer and, the file never ceased, amid gutters of abomination, and piles of foulness, and stagnant pools of filth ; reservoirs...
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