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" How can that be,' he replied, 'when the State is so agitated with storms, and I myself am yet in the open sea ? And indeed,' added he, ' wei'e not my mind solaced by my studies, and the recollection of the observations I have formerly made, there is nothing... "
The Gold-headed Cane - Page 113
by William Macmichael - 1915 - 261 pages
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 50

Early English newspapers - 1780
...that be, he replied, when the Itate is So agitated with Storms, and I my Self am yet in the open fea ! and indeed, added he, were not my mind Solaced by...the recollection of the observations I have formerly madf, there is nothing which mould make me def aus of a longer, continuance. But thus employed, this...
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Medical Portrait Gallery: Biographical Memoirs of the Most ..., Volumes 3-4

Thomas Joseph Pettigrew - Medicine - 1839
...ensues the following colloquy : asking if all were well with him, " How can that be," he replied, " when the state is so agitated with storms, and I myself am yet in the open sea ? And, indeed, were not my mind solaced by my studies, and the recollection of the observations I have formerly made,...
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The Journal of Education for Upper Canada, Volumes 5-6

Adolphus Egerton Ryerson, John George Hodgins, Adam Crooks - Education - 1852
...well with him, — 'How can that be,' he replied, ' when the state is so agitated with storms, •Ľnd I, myself, am yet in the open sea ! And ' indeed,'...nothing which should make me desirous of a longer countinuance. But, thus employed, this obscure life, and vacation from public cares, which disquiet...
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The Roll of the Royal College of Physicians of London, Volume 1

Royal College of Physicians of London - 1861
...Democritus, the nature of things. Asking if all were well with him — 'How can that be,' he replied, 'when the State is so agitated with storms, and I...myself am yet in the open sea ? And indeed,' added he, ' wei'e not my mind solaced by my studies, and the recollection of the observations I have formerly...
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Sidney Sussex college

Gerald Maclean Edwards - 1899 - 234 pages
...Democritus, the nature of things. Asking if all were well with him — ' How can that be/ he replied, ' when the state is so agitated with storms and I myself am yet in the open sea ? And indeed, were not my mind solaced by my studies and the recollection of the observations I have formerly made,...
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: Har to Ita

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1910
...Democritus, the nature of things. Asking if all were well with him — 'How can that be,' he replied, ' when the state is so agitated with storms and I myself am yet in the open sea? And indeed, were nof my mind solaced by my studies and the recollection of the observations I have formerly made,...
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: a dictionary of arts, sciences ..., Volume 13

Hugh Chisholm - Reference - 1910
...Democritus, the nature of things. Asking if all were well with him — 'How can that be,' he replied, 'when the state is so agitated with storms and I myself am yet in the open sea? And indeed, were not my mind solaced by my studies and the recollection of the observations I have formerly made,...
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Annals of Anatomy and Surgery, Volume 2

Surgery - 1880
...Democritus, the nature of things. Asking if all were well with him — ' How can that be,' he replied, ' when the State is so agitated with storms, and I myself...yet in the open sea? And, indeed,' added he, 'were Copyright, 1880, by George Jackson Fisher, MD not my mind solaced by my studies, and the recollection...
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