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History of the Welsh Sunday Closing Act - Page 126
by Ebenezer Beavan - 1885 - 130 pages
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The North British review

1855
...isles. We are convinced, that if a statesman who heartily wished to do the utmost possible good to his country were thoughtfully to inquire, which of...most intense force of his attention, the true reply — the reply which would be exacted by full deliberation, — would be, that he should stndy the means...
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An Argument for the Legislative Prohibition of the Liquor Traffic

Frederic Richard Lees - Prohibition - 1857 - 320 pages
...Statesman, who heartily wished to do th« utmost good to his country, were thoughtfully to enquire which of the topics of the day deserved the most intense force of his attention, the »nre reply— the reply which would be exacted by full deliberation— would be, that he should study...
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Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science

National Association for the Promotion of Social Science (Great Britain) - Great Britain - 1882
...and, satisfied as I am that ' if a statesman who heartily wished to do the utmost possible good to his country were thoughtfully to inquire which of...most intense force of his attention, the true reply, the reply which would be exacted by full deliberation, would be that he should study the means by which...
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How to stop drunkenness [ed. by T.B. Smithies

Charles Buxton - 1864
...isles. We are convinced, that if a statesman who heartily wished to do the utmost possible good to his country, were thoughtfully to inquire which of...most intense force of his attention, the true reply — the reply which would be exacted by full deliberation, — would be, that he should study the means...
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The Mothers' treasury

...statesman who heartily wished to do the utmost possible good to his country were thoughtfully to enquire which of the topics of the •day deserved the most intense force of his attention, the true reply — the reply which would be exacted by full deliberation — would be, that he should study the means...
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Bacchus dethroned. 1st Teare prize essay

Frederick Powell - Psychology - 1871
...England. We are convinced that if a statesman who heartily wished to do the utmost possible good to his country, were thoughtfully to inquire which of...most intense force of his attention, the true reply — the reply which would be exacted by full deliberation — would be, that he should study the means...
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Bacchus Dethroned: Prize Essay

Frederick Powell - Temperance - 1875 - 268 pages
...England. We are convinced that if a statesman who heartily wished to do the utmost possible good to his country, were thoughtfully to inquire which of...most intense force of his attention, the true reply — the reply which would be exacted by full deliberation — would be, that he should study the means...
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Geikie's school books. 1st (-6th) reading book, Volume 5

John Cunningham Geikie - 1877
...labours will be blessed." These words are not mine, they are the massive eloquence of Mr. John Bright. " We are convinced that if a statesman, who desired...the most intense force of his attention, the true reply—the reply which would be exacted by clue deliberation—would be that he should study the means...
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Alcohol and the State: A Discussion of the Problem of Law as Applied to the ...

Robert Carter Pitman - Alcohol - 1877 - 411 pages
...of Massachusetts "We are convinced that if a Statesman, who heartily wished to do the utmost good to his country, were thoughtfully to inquire which of...deserved the most intense force of his attention, the sure reply — the reply which would be exacted by full deliberation — would be, that he should study...
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Bacchus Dethroned: Prize Essay

Frederick Powell - Alcohol - 1878 - 268 pages
...England. We are convinced that if a statesman who heartily wished to do the utmost possible good to his country, were thoughtfully to inquire which of...the most intense force of his attention, the true reply—the reply which would be exacted by full deliberation—would be, that he should study the...
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