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" ... greater part of the countrywomen in France ; it speaks, at the first sight, hard and severe labour : I am inclined to think, that they work harder than the men, and this, united with the more miserable labour of bringing a new race of slaves into... "
Travels during the years 1787, 1788, & 1789: undertaken more particularly ... - Page 140
by Arthur Young - 1794
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Travels in the Kingdom of France

Arthur Young - Agriculture - 1793
...light, hard and fevere labour : I am inclined to think, that they work harder than the men,andthis, united with the more miferable labour of bringing...To what are we to attribute this difference in the manner* of the lower people in the two kingdoms ? To GOVERNMENT. 23 miles. The i3th. Leave Mar-le-Tour...
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Letters to the peers of Scotland

James Maitland Lauderdale (Earl of) - History - 1794 - 318 pages
...from the caufes I have detailed, without any great or proportionable exertion of their own, all ance. To what are we to attribute this difference in the...lower people in the two kingdoms ? To Government. The murder of a Seigneur, or a chateau in flames, is recorded in every newfpaper -, the rank of the...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 141

1876
...of bringing a new race of slaves into the world, destroys absolutely all symmetry of person and any feminine appearance. To what are we to attribute this difference in the manner of the lower people in the two kingdoms ? To GOVERNMENT.' The government of France throughout...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 141

English literature - 1876
...of bringing a new race of slaves into the world, destroys absolutely all symmetry of person and any feminine appearance. To what are we to attribute this difference in the manner of the lower people in the two kingdoms ? To GOVEUNMENT.' The government of France throughout...
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Studies of modern mind and character

John Wilson (reviewer.) - 1881
...of bringing a new race of slaves into the world, destroys absolutely all symmetry of person and any feminine appearance. To what are we to attribute this difference in the manner of the lower people in the two kingdoms ? To GOVERNMENT. The government of France throughout...
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Travels in France During the Years 1787, 1788, 1789

Arthur Young - Agriculture - 1889 - 366 pages
...miserable labour of bringing a new race of into the world, destroys absolutely all symmetry of . person and every feminine appearance. To what are we to attribute...To GOVERNMENT. — 23 -miles— ' • — — The 13th. Leave Mar-le-Tour 1 at four in the morning : the village herdsman was sounding his horn ; and...
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France of To-day: A Survey, Comparative and Retrospective, Volume 1

Matilda Betham-Edwards - France - 1890 - 335 pages
...travelled cannot imagine the figure made by infinitely the greater part of the countrywomen of France. To what are we to attribute this difference in the...lower people in the two kingdoms? To GOVERNMENT." Had M. Taine mastered this sentence, we should perhaps have been spared his interminable apology of...
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Travels in France

Arthur Young - Agriculture - 1892 - 366 pages
...labour of bringing a new race of slaves into the world, destroys absolutely all symmetry of person and every feminine appearance. To what are we to attribute...the two kingdoms? To GOVERNMENT. — 23 miles. The 13th. Leave Mar-le-Tour ' at four in the morning : the village herdsman was sounding his horn ; and...
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Library of the world's best literature, ancient and modern, Volume 39

Charles Dudley Warner - Literary Collections - 1896
...miserable labor of bringing a new race of slaves into the world, destroys absolutely all symmetry of person and every feminine appearance. To what are we to attribute...lower people in the two kingdoms ? To GOVERNMENT. . . . The 26th. — For twenty miles to Lisle sur Daube, the country nearly as before; but after that,...
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Arthur Young's Travels in France During the Years 1787, 1788, 1789

Arthur Young, Matilda Betham-Edwards - Agriculture - 1906 - 366 pages
...labour of bringing a new race of slaves into the world, destroys absolutely all symmetry of person and every feminine appearance. To what are we to attribute...the two kingdoms? To GOVERNMENT. — 23 miles. The 13th. Leave Mar-le-Tour 1 at four in the morning : the village herdsman was sounding his horn ; and...
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