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" My Lord Sidmouth will forgive me, for he knows I intend no personal offence. His dispositions are known to be mild and amiable ; but the Chief Civil Magistrate of the country, in such case, is far more guilty than the boy ; and, in strict justice, if... "
Life of Robert Owen - Стр. 67
авторы: Frederick Adolphus Packard - 1866 - Страниц: 264
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The Literary Panorama and National Register

1817
...forgive me, for he knows I intend no personal offence. His dispositions are known to be mild and amiable; but the chief civil Magistrate of the country, in...strict justice, if a system of coercion and punishment lie rational and necessary, he ought rather to have been double ironed, and in the place of the boy....
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The Literary Panorama

C.Taylor - 1817
...forgive me, for he knows I intend no personal offence. His dispositions are known to be mild and amiable; but the chief civil Magistrate of the country, in...strict justice, if a system of coercion and punishment bt rational and necessary, he ought rather to have been double ironed, arid in the place of the boy....
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New View of Society: Tracts Relative to this Subject: Viz. Proposals for ...

Robert Owen - 1818 - Страниц: 237
...forgive me, for he knows I intend no personal offence. His dispositions are known to be mild and amiable; but the Chief Civil Magistrate of the country, in...rational and necessary, he ought rather to have been double ironed, and in the place of the boy. The Secretary of Stale for the Home Department has long...
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The Edinburgh Christian Instructor, Том 23

1823
...case, he commits to paper, and publishes, the following impertinent strictures on his Lordship. «« The chief civil magistrate of the country, in such...justice, if a system of coercion and punishment be rabanal and necessary, he ought rather to be doubly ironed, and in place of the boy. The Secretary...
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The life of Robert Owen, written by himself

Robert Owen - 1857
...intend no personal offence. His dispositions are known to be mild and amiable; but the Chief Oivil Magistrate of the country, in such case, is far more...he ought rather to have been double-ironed, and in the place of the boy. The Secretary of State for the Home Department has long had the power, and ought...
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The Life of Robert Owen, Том 1

Robert Owen - 1858
...me, for he knows I intend no personal offence. His dispositions are known to be mild and amiable ; but the Chief Civil Magistrate of the country, in...he ought rather to have been double-ironed, and in the place of the boy. The Secretary of State for the Home Department has long had the power, and ought...
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The History of Co-operation in England: The pioneer period

1875
...me, for he knows I intend no personal offence. His dispositions are known to be mild and amiable ; but the chief civil magistrate of the country, in...rational and necessary, he ought rather to have been double ironed and in the place of the juvenile prisoner." When Mr. Owen applied personally to Lord...
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The History of Co-operation, Том 1

George Jacob Holyoake - 1906 - Страниц: 691
...me, for he knows I intend no personal offence. His dispositions are known to be mild and amiable * ; but the chief civil magistrate of the country, in...rational and necessary, he ought rather to have been double ironed and in the place of the juvenile prisoner." When Mr. Owen applied personally to Lord...
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