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" The ox must be taken from the plough, and the horse from the cart, the hundred acres of the farm must be spaded, and the man must walk wherever boats and locomotives will not carry him. Even the insect world was to be defended, — that had been too long... "
Essays: Second Series - Page 277
by Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1844 - 313 pages
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The Prose Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Volume 1

Ralph Waldo Emerson - History - 1870
...system of agriculture, the use of animal manures in farming ; and the tyranny of man over brute nature ; these abuses polluted his food. The ox must be taken...society for the protection of ground-worms, slugs, and mosquitoes was to be incorporated without delay. With these appeared the adepts of homoeopathy, of...
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The Prose Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson: In Two Volumes, Volume 1

1875
...system of agriculture, the use of animal manures in farming 1 and the tyranny of man over brute nature ; these abuses polluted his food. The ox must be taken...society for the protection of ground-worms, slugs, and mosquitoes was to be incorporated without delay. With these appeared the adepts of homoeopathy, of...
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Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson ..., Volume 1

American essays - 1876
...system of agriculture, the use of animal manures in farming ; and the tyranny of man over brute nature ; these abuses polluted his food. The ox must be taken...society for the protection of ground-worms, slugs, and mosquitoes was to be incorporated without delay. With these appeared the adepts of homreopathy, of...
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Essays: Second series

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1876 - 228 pages
...system of agriculture, the use of animal manures in farming ; and the tyranny of man over brute nature ; these abuses polluted his food. The ox must be taken...society for the protection of ground-worms, slugs, and mosquitoes was to be incorporated without delay. With these appeared the adepts of homoeopathy, of...
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Essays, Volumes 1-2

Ralph Waldo Emerson - American literature - 1876 - 613 pages
...system of agriculture, the use of animal manures in farming; and the tyranny of man over brute nature; these abuses polluted his food. The ox must be taken...society for the protection of ground-worms, slugs, and mosquitoes was to be incorporated without delay. With these appeared the adepts of homoeopathy, of...
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Works

1883
...system of agriculture, the use of animal manures in farming ; and the tyranny of man over brute nature ; ransparent essence ? The first questions are always...doctor is gravelled by the inquisitiveness of a child. mosquitoes was to be incorporated without delay. With these appeared the adepts of homoeopathy, of...
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The Writings of Oliver Wendell Holmes: Ralph Waldo Emerson. John Lothrop Motely

1884
...system of agriculture, the use of animal manures in farming, and the tyranny of man over brute nature; these abuses polluted his food. The ox must be taken...society for the protection of ground-worms, slugs, and mosquitoes was to be incorporated without delay. With these appeared the adepts of homoeopathy, of...
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The Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Volume 1

American literature - 1884
...system of agriculture, the use of animal manures in farming, and the tyranny of man over brute instinct. These abuses polluted his food. The ox must be taken...wherever boats and locomotives will not carry him. . . . Others assailed particular vocations. . . . Others attacked the institution of marriage as the...
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Transcendentalism: And Other Addresses

Ralph Waldo Emerson - Transcendentalism - 1886 - 103 pages
...system of agriculture, the use of animal manures in farming; and the tyranny of man over brute nature ; these abuses polluted his food. The ox must be taken...will not carry him. Even the insect world was to be defended,—that had been too long neglected, and a, society for the protection of ground-worms, slugs,...
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Essays, Volumes 1-2

Ralph Waldo Emerson - American literature - 1888
...system of agriculture, the use of animal manures in farming, and the tyranny of man over brute nature ; these abuses polluted his food. The ox must be taken...must walk, wherever boats and locomotives will not cany him. Even the insect world was to be defended, — that had been too long neglected, and a society...
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