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" ... it is by no means strictly proper to consider our diseases as the original intention of nature. They are, without doubt, in general our own creation. Were there a country where the inhabitants led lives entirely natural and virtuous, few of them would... "
Observations on reversionary payments: on schemes for providing annuities ... - Page 366
by Richard Price - 1773 - 431 pages
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Observations on reversionary payments: on schemes for providing annuities ...

Richard Price - Annuities - 1772 - 404 pages
...according to the obfervation at the end of the 4th Effay, it is by no means flridlly proper to eonfider our difeafes as the original intention of nature....without meafuring out the whole period of prefent exiftence allotted thenij pain and diitempers would be unknown among themj and the difmiffion of death...
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THE MONTHY REVIEW

R. Griffiths - 1772
...is by no means flridlly proper to confuler our difcaies as the original intention of Nature. 'i hey are, without doubt, in general, our own creation....without meafuring out the whole period of prefent exiftence allotted them ; pain and diftem-yers would be unknown among them ; and the difmiffion of...
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The British Magazine and General Review of the Literature, Employment and ...

Prices - 1772
...end of the fourth eflay, -it is by no means ftriftly proper to confider our difeafes as the origin-d intention of nature. They are, without doubt, in general,...inhabitants led lives entirely natural and virtuous, few oĮ. them would die without mealuring out the whole period of pre* By the laws of Liciaius, ne Raman...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 46

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - English imprints - 1772
...the original intention of Nature. 1 hty arc, without doubt, in general, our own creation. Were trurc a country, where the inhabitants led lives entirely...would die without meafuring out the whole period of piefcnt exiftence allotted them ; pain and ciilcmpers would be unknown among them ; and the difmiffion....
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The Monthly Review, Volume 46

1772
...own creation. Were th.rc a c-.v.iiitry, where the inhabitants led lives entirely natulal and v^uous, few of them would die without meafuring out the whole period of ptefcnt exiftence allotted them ; pain and diftempcrs would be unknown amon<j them ; and the difmiffion...
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Annual Register, Volume 15

Edmund Burke - History - 1773
...called the graves of mankind. It muil alfo convince all who confider it, that it is by no means ftriftly proper to confider our difeafes as the original intention...without meafuring out the whole period of prefent exillence allotted them ; pain and diftempers wOuld be unknown among them ; and the difmiffion of death...
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Observations on Reversionary Payments: On Schemes for Providing Annuities ...

Richard Price - Annuities - 1773 - 431 pages
...confider it, that, according to the obfervation at the end of the 4th Effay, it is by no means flriclly proper to confider our difeafes as the original intention...without meafuring out the whole period of prefent exiftence allotted them ; pain and diflempers would be unknown among them ; and the difmiffion of death...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1800
...called the graves of mankind. It muft alfo convince all-who confider it, that-it is by no means ftriftiy proper toģ confider our difeafes as the original...would die without meafuring out the whole period of preferīt exiftence allotted them j pain and diftempers would be unknown among them ; and the difmiffion...
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Annual Register, Volume 15

History - 1809
...difeales as the original intention ci ^r.ture. They are without doubt, in general, our own creatien. Were there a country, where the inhabitants led lives...virtuous, few of them would die without meafuring out the whale period of prefent exiftence allotted them ; pain and diftempers would be unknown among them ;...
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Observations on Reversionary Payments: On Schemes for Providing Annuities ...

Richard Price - 1812
...observation at the end of the Second Essay, it is by no means strictly proper to consider our diseases as the original intention of nature. They are, without...natural and virtuous, few of them would die without measuring out the whole period of the present existence allotted them; pain and distempers would be...
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