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" Though not making use of it one's self, to venture nevertheless on the manufacture and sale of it, and with it to seduce the simple folk of this land, is, to seek one's own livelihood by the exposure of others to death, to seek one's own advantage by... "
Drugging a Nation: The Story of China and the Opium Curse; a Personal ... - Page 41
by Samuel Merwin - 1908 - 210 pages
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Ephphatha: Or, The Amelioration of the World. Sermons Preached at ...

Frederic William Farrar - Sermons, English - 1880 - 340 pages
...venture on the manufacture and sale f it, and with it to seduce the simple folk of this land, this is to seek one's own livelihood by the exposure of others to death — to seek one's own advantage by other men's injury ; such acts are utterly abhorrent to the nature...
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The Methodist Review, Volume 36; Volume 44; Volume 66

Methodist Church - 1884
...Though not making use of it one's self, to venture, nevertheless, on the manufacture and sale of it, and with it to seduce the simple folk of this land, is to seek ones' own livelihood by the exposure of others to death, to seek one's own advantage by other men's...
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Drug Politics: Dirty Money and Democracies

David C. Jordan - Social Science - 1999 - 288 pages
...consumption? Though not making use of it one's self, to venture nevertheless to manufacture and sell it, and with it to seduce the simple folk of this land, is to seek one's own livelihood by exposing others to death, to seek one's own advantage by other men's injury. Such acts are bitterly...
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Parliamentary Debates: Senate and House of Representatives, Volume 26

Australia. Parliament - Australia - 1906
...source. Though not making use of one's self, to venture on '*. Jclmson the manufacture and sale of it, and with it to seduce the simple folk of this land,...acts are bitterly abhorrent to the nature of man, are utterly opposed to the ways of heaven- . . . We would now then concert with your honorable sovereignty,...
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