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Water and Vegetable Diet in Consumption, Scrofula, Cancer, Asthma, and Other ... - Page 117
by William Lambe - 1850 - 258 pages
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Travels in China: Containing Descriptions, Observations, and Comparisons ...

Sir John Barrow - China - 1805 - 430 pages
...potatoes are just the contrary.* As Dr. Adam Smith observes, " The chairmen, porters, " and coal-heavers in London, and those unfortunate women " who live...are said " to be, the greater part of them, from the lowest rank of the " people in Ireland, who are generally fed with this root; no " food can afford...
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The Literary Miscellany: Including Dissertations and Essays on ..., Volume 2

1806
...and coalheavers in Lon" don, and those unfortunate women, who live by prostitution, the ctrongest " men and the most beautiful women perhaps in the British...in Ireland, " who are generally fed with this root. No food can afford a more decisive " proof of its nourishsing qualities, or of its being peculiarly...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volume 1

Adam Smith, Garnier (M., Germain) - Economics - 1809
...rank in England. But it seems to be otherwise with potatoes. The chairmen, porters, and coal-heavers in London, and those unfortunate women who live by...are said to be, the greater part of them, from the lowest rank of people in Ireland, who are generally fed with this root. No food can afford a more decisive...
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General View of the Agriculture of Shropshire: With Observations

Joseph Plymley - Agriculture - 1812 - 368 pages
...are at present.'' This intelligent author concludes thus : " the chairmen, porters, and coal-heavers in London, and those unfortunate women who live by...dominions, are said to be the greater part of them from the lowest ranks of people in Ireland, who are generally fed with this root: no food can afford a more...
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A Review of the Domestic Fisheries of Great Britain and Ireland ...

Robert Fraser - Fisheries - 1818 - 287 pages
...it seems to be otherwise with potatoes. The chairmen, porters, and coal-heavers in London, and these unfortunate women who live by prostitution, the strongest...dominions, are said to be the greater part of them from the lowest rank of people in Ireland, who are generally fed with this root. No food can afford a more decisive...
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Facts authentic, in science and religion: designed to illustrate a new tr ...

William Cowherd - 1818
...name), that animal food is necessary to support the strength. Additional Reports on Regimen, p. 173. 94. The strongest men, and the most beautiful women perhaps in the British dominions, are to be found in the lower rank of people in Ireland, who arc generally fed with that excellent root...
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The post-chaise companion: or, Travellers directory through Ireland. To ...

William Wilson (topographer.) - 1805
...coal' heavers of London, and those ' unfortunate -women who live " by prostitution, the strongest ' mea and the most beautiful ' women, perhaps, in the British ' dominions, are said to be, the ' greatest part of them, from ' the lowest class of people of 1 Ireland, who are geiierally fed ' with...
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Letters from a gentleman in the north of Scotland to his friend in London ...

Edward Burt - 1822
...consideration he had taken them from other employment; upon which they relive by prostitution (die strongest men and the most beautiful women perhaps...dominions), are said to be the greater part of them from the lowest rank of people in Ireland, who are generally fed with this root. No food can afford a more decisive...
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Fruits and Farinacea; the Proper Food of Man

1845
...those we have in close proximity to us. " The chairmen, porters, and coalheavers, the strongest men in the British dominions, are said to be (the greater part of them) from the lowest rank of people in Ireland, which are generally fed with the potato. No food can afford a more...
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British and Foreign Medical Review: Or Quarterly Journal of ..., Volume 21

Medicine - 1846
...those we have in close proximity to us. • The chairmen, porters, and coalheavers, the strongest men in the British dominions, are said to be (the greater part of them) from the lowest rank of people in Ireland, which are generally fed with the potato. No food can afford a more...
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