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" The change would be beneficial to both parties. We, in our dry atmosphere, are getting too nervous, haggard, dyspeptic, extenuated, unsubstantial, theoretic, and need to be made grosser. John Bull, on the other hand, has grown bulbous, long-bodied, short-legged,... "
Our Old Home: A Series of English Sketches - Page 80
by Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1871 - 389 pages
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 94

Philosophy - 1863
...Compendiously traculent this for a gemal observer of English character. Afterwards we learn that " John Bull has grown bulbous, long-bodied, short-legged, heavy-witted,...intensely English. In a few more centuries he will be the eartbliest creature that ever the earth saw.'' Such is the pleasing personage with the additional...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 115

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, John Murray, Rowland Edmund Prothero, George Walter Prothero - Baptists - 1864
...unsubstantial, theoretic, and need to be made grosser. John Bull, on the other hand, has grown buIbous, long-bodied, short-legged, heavy-witted, material,...be the earthliest creature that ever the earth saw ' unless, we presume, such an intermixture and amalgamation with our American cousins should take...
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On force, its mental and moral correlates

Charles Bray - Fiction - 1866
...nervous, haggard, dyspeptic, attenuated, unsubstantial, theoretic, and need to be made grosser. John Bull, on the other hand, has grown bulbous, long-bodied,...more centuries, he will be the earthliest creature ever the world saw. Heretofore, Providence has obviated such a result by timely intermixtures of alien...
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A manual of anthropology, or, Science of man

Charles Bray - Philosophy - 1871
...owing to the difference in the magnetic condition. " John Bull, on the other hand," says Hawthorne, " has grown bulbous, long-bodied, short-legged, heavy-witted,...material, and, in a word, too intensely English." Let us hope that both extremes may be modified by food, training, and proper educational treatment....
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A Manual of Anthropology: Or, Science of Man, Based on Modern Research

Charles Bray - Anthropology - 1871 - 358 pages
...owing to the difference in the magnetic condition. " John Bull, on the other hand," says Hawthorne, " has grown bulbous, long-bodied, short-legged, heavy-witted,...material, and, in a word, too intensely English." Let us hope that both extremes may be modified by food, training, and proper educational treatment....
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Rose-Belford's Canadian Monthly and National Review, Volume 7; Volume 20

Graeme Mercer Adam, George Stewart - 1881
...bullions, long-bodied, shortlegged, heavy-witted, material, and, in a word, too intensely Knglish. In a few more centuries he will "be the earthliest creature that ever the earth saw.' III, in 1766, 'the Earl of Chatham will zealously give his aid toward destroying all party distinctions,...
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The science of man

Charles Bray - 1883
...be owing to difference in the magnetic condition. " John Bull, on the other hand," says Hawthorne, " has grown bulbous, long-bodied, short-legged, heavy-witted,...material, and, in a word, too intensely English." Let us hope that both extremes may be modified by food, training, and proper educational treatment....
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Beaten paths: or, A woman's vacation

Ella Mason Williams Thompson - Europe - 1889 - 274 pages
...beneath the reach of any point the highest that human capacity can soar to." MILTON. "John Bull has grown bulbous, long-bodied, short-legged, heavy-witted,...the earthliest creature that ever the earth saw." HAWTHORNE. THE guide-book quotes the saying of an old traveller (perhaps the Wandering Jew), that...
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Our old home

Nathaniel Hawthorne - Literary Criticism - 1891 - 594 pages
...grosser. John Bull, on the other hand, has grown bulbous, long-bodied, short -legged, heavy- witted, material, and, in a word, too intensely English. In...English stock ; so that each successive conquest of there is not the same union between us as if they were Americans. A cold, thin medium intervenes betwixt...
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Works, Volume 7

Nathaniel Hawthorne, Julian Hawthorne - Literary Criticism - 1891
...nervous, haggard, dyspeptic, extenuated, unsubstantial, theoretic, and need to be made grosser. John Bull, on the other hand, has grown bulbous, long-bodied,...saw. Heretofore Providence has obviated such a result bjTtimely intermixtures ot alien races with the old English stock ; so that each successivlTconquest...
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