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Vegetable Materia Medica of the United States: Or, Medical Botany ... - Page ix
by William Paul Crillon Barton - 1818
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The Journal of Foreign Medical Science and Literature, Volume 6

Samuel Emlen - Medicine - 1816
...success which puts to shame the negligent practice of some belonging to the medical profession; for, strange as it may appear, it is not the less true, that there are many places in the united kingdom, where, though vaccination is professed, it is, in effect,...
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History of the American Troops, During the Late War: Under the Command of ...

Samuel White (of Adams Co., Pa.) - Canada - 1830 - 107 pages
...the last boat was ready to push off to the vessel, and then dismissed him, unhurt, and went on board. Strange as it may appear, it is not the less true, that on the very day after the British came to Dover, they burnt all the houses we had left standing, and...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 10

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Timothy Flint, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew, Washington Irving - Periodicals - 1837
...investigated the subject, without arriving at conclusions which would agree in the most important points ; and strange as it may appear, it is not the less true, that we are better able, after a lapse of ten or fifteen centuries, to determine the origin of the people...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 10

American periodicals - 1837
...investigated the subject, without arriving at conclusions which would agree in the most important points ; and strange as it may appear, it is not the less true, that we are better able, after a lapse of ten or fifteen centuries, to determine the origin of the people...
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Random Shots and Southern Breezes: Containing Critical Remarks on ..., Volume 2

Louis Fitzgerald Tasistro - Southern States - 1842
...literature, as it exists in modern times, a universal intercourse is maintained among mankind, and, strange as it may appear, it is not the less true, that this very intercourse has made the world less social. It is no longer required that men should meet...
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The trapper's bride, and White stone canoe

Percy Bolingbroke St. John - 1855
...concealment, and she hugged within the reflection, that, did he die, she must live were it but for revenge. Strange as it may appear, it is not the less true, that on the life or death of that young child hung suspended the destiny of its father. Did life gain the...
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History of the American Troops, During the Late War, Under the Command of ...

Samuel White - Canada - 1896 - 107 pages
...the last boat was ready to push off to the vessel, and then dismissed him, unhurt, and went on board. Strange as it may appear, it is not the less true, that on the very day after the British came to Dover, they burnt all the houses we had left standing, and...
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Empire Club Speeches, Volumes 10-11

Empire Club of Canada - Speeches, addresses, etc - 1915
...had been engaged in the expedition against "Buffaloe" and Black Rock the year before. Fie says that "strange as it may appear, it is not the less true, that on the very day after the British came to Dover, they burnt all the houses we had left standing." One...
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Sisters of the Spirit: Three Black Women's Autobiographies of the Nineteenth ...

William L. Andrews - Literary Criticism - 1986 - 256 pages
...head and said, "I will go, Lord." That moment I felt a joy and peace I had not known for months. But strange as it may appear, it is not the less true, that, ere one hour had passed, I began to reason thus: "I am elected to preach the Gospel without the requisite...
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Spiritual Narratives

Sue E. Houchins - Literary Criticism - 1988 - 445 pages
...head and said, " I will go, Lord." That moment I felt a joy and peace I had not known for months. But strange as it may appear, it is not the less true, that, ere oae hour had passed, I began to reason thus :"I am elected to preach the Gospel without the requisite...
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