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" He is also the most irritable of all animals; and there is reason to believe, though we cannot tell what an animal secretly feels, that more than any other animal man cherishes wrath to keep it warm, and consumes himself with the fire of his own secret... "
Physician and patient (Boston, Mass.) - Page 24
1880 - 104 pages
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The Presbyterian Magazine, Volume 5

Cortlandt Van Rensselaer - 1855
...intemperate, but the most laborious and hard-worked of all animals. He is also the most irritable of all animals ; and there is reason to believe, though we...himself with the fire of his own secret reflections. — Blachcood. PHYSICAL BENEFIT OF SUNDAY. THE Sabbath is God's special present to the working man,...
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The Wisconsin Farmer, and Northwestern Cultivator, Volume 8

Agriculture - 1856
...aui369 mais. Пв is also the most irritable of all animals ; and there is reason to believe, tho' we cannot tell what an animal secretly feels, that,...himself with the fire of his own secret reflections." [Blackwood. AN OSSIFIED MAN. In a quiet little village on the Western Reserve, in Ohio, there lives...
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The Friendly visitor, publ by W.C. Wilson

William Carus Wilson - 1858
...intemperate, but the most laborious and hard-working of all animals. He is also the most irritable of all animals; and there is reason to believe, though we...himself with the fire of his own secret reflections. DUTIES OF DAILY LIFE. LIFE is not entirely made up of great evils or of heavy trials ; but the perpetual...
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Courtship and matrimony: with other sketches from scenes and experiences in ...

Robert Morris - Conduct of life - 1858 - 482 pages
...intemperate, but he is the most laborious and hard worked of all the animals. He is also the most irritable, and there is reason to believe, though we cannot tell what an animal secretly feels, that man more than any other animal, cherishes his wrath to keep it warm, and consumes himself with the...
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Many thoughts of many minds. Compiled by H. Southgate

Henry Southgate - 1862
...intemperate, hut the most laborious and hard-worked of all animals. He is also the most irritable of all animals ; and there is reason to believe, though we...tell what an animal secretly feels, that, more than ачу other animal, man cherishes wrath to keep it warm, and consumes himself with the fire of its...
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Bible illustrations: consisting of apophthegms [ &c.], grouped under ...

James Lee (M.A.) - 1867
...intemperate, but the moat laborious and hard- worked of all animals. He is also the most irritable of all animals ; and there is reason to believe, though we...himself with the fire of his own secret reflections. — JA St. John. The Cardinal de Solis, Archbishop of Seville, who attained to the great age of 110...
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Advance thought

Charles E. Glass - 1876
...intemperate, but the most laborious and hard-worked of all animals. He is also the most irritable of all animals ; and there is reason to believe, though we...himself with the fire of his own secret reflections." Much confusion of thought arises from the employment in language of words which when closely analysed...
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The Funny Side of Physic: Or, the Mysteries of Medicine, Presenting the ...

Addison Darre Crabtre - Medicine - 1880 - 13 pages
...intemperate, but the most laborious and hard-worked of all animals. He is also the most irritable of all animals; and there is reason to believe, though we...secretly feels, that, more than any other animal, mail cherishes wrath to keep it warm, and consumes himself with the fire of his secret reflections....
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A cyclopædia of illustrations of moral and religious truths

Cyclopaedia - Religion - 1885
...intemperate, bat the most laborious and hard-worked of all animals. He is also the most irritable of all animals ; and there is reason to believe, though we cannot tell what an animal secretly feels, man cherishes wrath to keep it warm, and consumes himself with the fire of his own secret reductions....
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The Medical Bulletin: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 12

Medicine - 1890
...intemperate, but the most laborious and hard-working of all animals. He is always the most irritable of all animals, and there is reason to believe, though we...warm, and consumes himself with the fire of his own reflections. — Scientific American, November 9, 1889. THE PHILADELPHIA POLYCLINIC AND COLLEGE FOR...
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