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" And," continued the Italian mournfully, "recalling now all the evil passions it arouses, all the ties it dissolves, all the blood that it commands to flow, all the healthful industry it arrests, all the madmen that it arms, all the victims that it dupes,... "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - 294. oldal
1851
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Blackwood's Magazine, 69. kötet

1851
...our native soil from the rule of the foreigner ! I have shared in snch an attempt. And," continued* the Italian mournfully, " recalling now all the evil...madmen that it arms, all the victims that it dupes, 1 question whether one man really houest, pure, and humane, who has once gone through such an ordeal,...

The International Monthly Magazine of Literature, Science, and Art

1851
...of our native soil from the rule of the foreigner! I have shared in such an attempt. And," continued the Italian mournfully, " recalling now all the evil...whether one man really honest, pure, and humane, who lias once gone through such an ordeal, would over hazard it again, unless he was assured that the victory...

My Novel, Or, Varieties in English Life

Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton - 1851
...of our native soil from the rule of the foreigner! I have shared in such an attempt. And," continued the Italian mournfully, "recalling now all the evil...unless he was assured that the victory was certain — ay, and the object for which he fights not to be wrested from his hands amidst the uproar of the...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 69. kötet

1851
...of our native soil from the rule of the foreigner! I have shared in sueh an attempt. And," continued the Italian mournfully, " recalling now all the evil passions it arouses, all the tics it dissolves, all the blood that it commands to flow, all the healthful industry it arrests, all...

My Novel, Or, Varieties in English Life, 1. kötet

Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - 1852 - 558 oldal
...of our native soil from the rule of the foreiguer ! I have shared in such an attempt. And, continned the Italian mournfully, " recalling now all the evil...madmen that it arms, all the victims that it dupes, I qnestion whether one man really honest, pure, and humane, who has once gone through such an ordeal,...

The English Review, 19. kötet

1853
...of our native soil from the rule of the foreigner! I have shared in such an attempt. And,' continued the Italian mournfully, ' recalling now all the evil...unless he was assured that the victory was certain — ay, and the object for which he fights not to be wrested from his hands amidst the uproar of the...

'My novel' by Pisistratus Caxton; or, Varieties in English life, 1. kötet

Edward George E.L. Bulwer- Lytton (1st baron.) - 1859
...our native soil from the rule of the foreigner ! I have shared in such an attempt. And," continued the Italian mournfully, "recalling now all the evil...ties it dissolves, all the blood that it commands to tlow, all the healthful industry it arrests, all the madmen that it arms, all the victims that it dupes,...

"My Novel," Or, Varieties in English Life, 1. kötet

Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - 1860
...our native soil from the rule of the foreigner ! I have shared in such an attempt. And," continued the Italian mournfully, "recalling now all the evil...the healthful industry it arrests, all the madmen I. — 32 374 that it arms, all the victims that it dupes, I question whether one man really honest,...

"MY NOVEL" ON VARIETIES IN ENGLISH LIFE

PISISTRATUS CAXTON - 1865
...our native soil from the rule of the foreigner ! I have shared in such an attempt. And," continued the Italian mournfully, "recalling now all the evil...ties it dissolves, all the blood that it commands to How, all the healthful industry it arrests, all the madmen I. — 32 that it arms, all the victims...

The Literary Reader: Typical Selections from Some of the Best British and ...

George Rhett Cathcart - 1874 - 426 oldal
...curiosity. LYTTON. soil from the rule o'f the foreigner ! I have shared in such an attempt. And," continued the Italian, mournfully, " recalling now all the evil...really honest, pure, and humane, who has once gone tlirough such an ordeal, would ever hazard it again, unless he was assured that the victory was certain,...




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