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" His mind bears a singular analogy to his body. It is weak even to helplessness for purposes of manly resistance; but its suppleness and its tact move the children of sterner climates to admiration not unmingled with contempt. "
The Cyclopędia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia, Commercial ... - Page 321
by Edward Balfour - 1885 - 1203 pages
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History of the Baptist Missionary Society, from 1792 to 1842, Volume 1

Francis Augustus Cox, James Peggs - Baptists - 1842
...equally unfavourable. His mind bears a singular analogy to his body. It is weak, even to helplessness, for purposes of manly resistance; but its suppleness...climates to admiration, not unmingled with contempt. All those arts which are the natural defence of the weak, are more familiar to this subtle race than...
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The American Eclectic, Volume 3

American periodicals - 1842
...equally unfavorable. His mind bears a singular analogy to his body. It is weak even to helplessness, for purposes of manly resistance ; but its suppleness...climates to admiration not unmingled with contempt. All those arts which are the natural defence of the weak, are more familiar to this subtle race than...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, Volume 4

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - Great Britain - 1843
...equally unfavourable. His mind bears a singular analogy to his body. It is weak even to helplessness, for purposes of manly resistance; but its suppleness...climates to admiration not unmingled with contempt. All those arts which are the natural defence of the weak, are more familiar with this subtle race than...
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Scenes and characters from the writings of Thomas Babington Macaulay. To ...

Thomas Babington baron Macaulay - 1846
...equally unfavorable. His mind bears a singular analogy to his body. It is weak even to helplessness, for purposes of manly resistance ; but its suppleness...climates to admiration not unmingled with contempt. All those arts which are the 184 natural defence of the weak, are more familiar this subtle race than...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review, Volume 6

Theology - 1857
...equally unfavourable. His mind bears a singular analogy to his body. It is weak even to helplessness for purposes of manly resistance, but its suppleness...climates to admiration, not unmingled with contempt All those arts, which are the natural defence of the weak, are more familiar to this subtle race, than...
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Bengal as a Field of Missions

Macleod Wylie - Bengal (India) - 1854 - 389 pages
...equally unfavorable. His mind bears a singular analogy to his body. It is weak even to helplessness for purposes of manly resistance, but its suppleness...climates to admiration, not unmingled with contempt. All those arts which are the natural defence of the weak, are more familiar to this subtle race than...
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Macphail's Edinburgh ecclesiastical journal and literary review, Volumes 19-20

1855
...unfavourable. His mind bears a singular analogy to his body. It is weak even to helplessness, for the purposes of manly resistance ; but its suppleness...climates to admiration, not unmingled with contempt. All those arts which are the natural defence of the weak, are more familiar to thi« subtile race,...
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A Manual of Medical Jurisprudence for Bengal and the North-western Provinces

Norman Chevers - Medical jurisprudence - 1856 - 608 pages
...hermit, in a life of inloximind bears a singular analogy to his body. It is weak, even to helplessness, for purposes of manly resistance, but its suppleness...climates to admiration, not unmingled with contempt. All those arts which are the natural defence of the weak are more familiar to this subtle race than...
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The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 18

Medicine - 1856
...his body. It is weak, even to helplessness, for purposes of manly resistance, but its suppleness and tact move the children of sterner climates to admiration, not unmingled with contempt. All those arts which are the natural defence of the weak are more familiar to this subtle race than...
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Critical, Historical, and Miscellaneous Essays and Poems, Volumes 5-6

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - English literature - 1860
...equally unfavourable. His mind bears a singular ' analogy to his body. It is weak even to helplessness for purposes of manly resistance ; but its suppleness...climates to admiration not unmingled with contempt. All those arts which are the natural defence of the weak are more familiar to this subtle race than...
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