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" See, too, these emerge from the bowels of the earth ! Infants of four and five years of age, many of them girls, pretty and still soft and timid ; entrusted with the fulfilment of responsible duties, and the nature of which entails on them the necessity... "
Young England: Being Vivian Grey, Coningsby, Sybil, Tancred - Page xx
by Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1904
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Sybil: Or, The Two Nations, Part 2

Benjamin Disraeli - 1845 - 438 pages
...sufferings of the little trap. pers, which was remarkable, as many of them were in their own employ. See, too, these emerge from the bowels of the earth!...earliest to enter the mine and the latest to leave it. Their labour indeed is not severe, for that would be impossible, but it is passed in darkness and in...
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Sybil; Or, The Two Nations, Volume 2

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - Chartism - 1845
...sufferings of the little Trappers, which was remarkable, as many of them were in their own employ. See too these emerge from the bowels of the earth!...still soft and timid; entrusted with the fulfilment of most responsible duties, and the nature of which entails on them the necessity of being the earliest...
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The Southern and Western Magazine and Review, Volume 2

American periodicals - 1845
...the su/crings of the litile Trappers, which was remarkable, AS MANY OP THEM WERE IN THEIR OWN EMPLOY. See, too, these emerge from the bowels of the earth! Infants of four and jive years of age, many of them girls, pretty ami still soft and timid, <fc." So much for this picture....
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The Condition of Women and Children Among the Celtic, Gothic, and Other Nations

John M'Elheran - Women - 1858 - 393 pages
...sufferings of the little trappers, which was remarkable, as many of them were in their own employ. " See, too, these emerge from the bowels of the earth...many of them girls, pretty, and still soft and timid; intrusted with the fulfilment of most responsible duties, and the nature of which entails on them the...
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Collected edition of the novels and tales by ... B. Disraeli, Volume 3

Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.) - 1871
...sufferings of the little trappers, which was remarkable, as many of them were in their own employ. See, too, these emerge from the bowels of the earth...responsible duties, and the nature of which entails M on them the necessity of being the earliest to enter the mine and the latest to leave it. Their labour...
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Novels and tales. (Hughenden ed.)

Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.) - 1881
...sufferings of the little trappers, which was remarkable, as many of them were in their own employ. See, too, these emerge from the bowels of the earth...earliest to enter the mine and the latest to leave it. Their labour indeed i3 not severe, for that would be impossible, but it is passed in darkness and in...
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Sybil

Benjamin Disraeli - 1881
...many of them were in their own employ. See, too, these emerge from the bowels of the earth ! Infanta of four and five years of age, many of them girls,...earliest to enter the mine and the latest to leave it. Their labour indeed is not severe, for that would be impossible, but it is passed in darkness and in...
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Disraeli in Outline

Frederick Carroll Brewster - 1890 - 394 pages
...sufferings of the little trappers, which was remarkable, as many of them were in their own employ. " See, too, these emerge from the bowels of the earth ! Infants of four and five years of age—many of them girls, pretty, and still soft and timid—intrusted with the fulfillment of most...
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English Prose: Selections, Volume 5

Sir Henry Craik - English prose literature - 1896
...sufferings of the little trappers, which was remarkable, as many of them were in their own employ. See, too, these emerge from the bowels of the earth...earliest to enter the mine and the latest to leave it. Their labour indeed is not severe, for that would be impossible, but it is passed in darkness and in...
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Sybil, or, The two nations

1900
...sufferings of the little trappcrs, which was remarkable, as many of them were in their own employ. "X^ See, too, these emerge from the bowels of the earth...earliest to enter the mine and the latest to leave it. Their labour indeed ia not severe, for that would be impossible, but it is passed in darkness and in...
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