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" As for myself, I believe that I have acted rightly in steadily following, and devoting my life to Science. I feel no remorse from having committed any great sin, but have often and often regretted that I have not done more direct good to my fellow creatures. "
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Southern California Practitioner, Volume 3

Medicine - 1888
...that I have acted rightly in steadily following and devoting my life to science. I feel no remorse for having committed any great sin, but have often and...not done more direct good to my fellow-creatures." L_ OSTEO-ABTHRITIS.* BY CHARLES V. BOGUE, MD, LOS ANGELES. Mr. President, Ladies and Gentlemen : I...
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The Congregational Review, Volume 2, Part 1

1887
...Autobiography. "As for myself, I believe that I have acted rightly in steadily following and devoting my life to science. I feel no remorse from having...not done more direct good to my fellow-creatures." REV. WILLIAM ROGERS.* IT was certainly not a happy cognomen by which the worthy rector of Bishopsgate...
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The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin: Including an ..., Volume 2

Charles Darwin - Naturalists - 1887
...1879 : — "As for myself, I believe that I have acted rightly in steadily following, and devoting my life to Science. I feel no remorse from having...regretted that I have not done more direct good to my fellow creatures." APPENDIX I. THE FUNERAL IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY. ON the Friday succeeding my father's...
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THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF CHARLES DARWIN

1887
...in 1879 :— "As for myself, I believe that I have acted rightly in steadily following, and devoting my life to Science. I feel no remorse from having...regretted that I have not done more direct good to my fellow creatures." APPENDIX I. THE FUNERAL IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY. ON the Friday succeeding my father's...
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Book News, Volume 6

Philadelphia (Pa.) - 1888
...years before : "As for myself, I believe that I have acted rightly in steadily following and devoting my life to science. I feel no remorse from having...not done more direct good to my fellow-creatures." Darwin's letters, which form the staple of these volumes, are mainly selected from those written to...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 167

1888
...respect to it : 'As to myself, I believe that I have acted rightly in ' steadily following and devoting my life to science. I feel ' no remorse from having...not done more direct ' good to my fellow-creatures.' (Vol. iii. p. 359.) ' Integer vitse scelerisque purns ' might emphatically be the epitaph of this simple...
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Proceedings, Volume 42

Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool - 1888
...own hand — As for myself, I believe that I have acted rightly in steadily following and devoting my life to science. I feel no remorse from having...regretted that I have not done more direct good to my fellow creatures. Mr. Darwin died April 19th, 1882. Within the few years which have elapsed since the...
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Proceedings, Volume 42

Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool - 1888
...own hand — As for myself, I believe that I have acted rightly in steadily following and devoting my life to science. I feel no remorse from having...regretted that I have not done more direct good to my fellow creatures. Mr. Darwin died April 19th, 1882. Within the few years which have elapsed since the...
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Proceedings of the Literary & Philosophical Society of Liverpool, Issue 42

Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool - Humanities - 1888
...own hand — As for myself, I believe that I have acted rightly in steadily following and devoting my life to science. I feel no remorse from having...regretted that I have not done more direct good to my fellow creatures. Mr. Darwin died April 19th, 1882. Within the few years which have elapsed since the...
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The Presbyterian Quarterly: 1889, Volume 3

Presbyterianism - 1889
...autobiography in 1879: "As for myself, I believe that I have acted rightly in steadily following and devoting my life to science. I feel no remorse from having...regretted that I have not done more direct good to my f ellow-creatures. " (Vol. II., p. 530.) His case was not unlike that of the young nobleman of whom...
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