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" It must strike the most careless traveller, to see whole strings of cars whipt into a ditch by a gentleman's footman, to make way for his carriage; if they are overturned or broken in pieces, no matter, it is taken in patience: were they to complain,... "
The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal - Pągina 163
1780
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW.

SEVERAL HANDS. - 1780
...ground. It mull llrike the molt carelcf, traveller to fee whole tiring* of cars wh'pt into a ditch bv a gentleman's footman to make way for his carriage;...taken in patience ; were they to complain, they would pirhaps be horfewhipped. The execution of the laws lies very much in the bands of juiHces of the peace,...
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A Tour in Ireland: With General Observations on the Present State ..., Volum 2

Arthur Young - 1780 - 955 pągines
...that this is common ; formerly it happened every day, but law gains ground. It muft ftriktf the moft carelefs traveller to fee whole firings of cars whipt...carriage; if they are overturned or broken in pieces, it is taken in patience, were they to complain, they would perhaps be horfe- " whipped. The execution...
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Repeal of the Union: Report of the Debate in the House of Commons, on Mr. O ...

Great Britain. Parliament, 1834. House of Commons - 1834 - 200 pągines
...manner that makes Englishmen stare. It must strike the most careless traveller to see whole strings of cars whipt into a ditch by a gentleman's footman...patience; were they to complain they would perhaps be horsewhipped. This extract spoke volumes with respect to the degraded moral condition of the people....
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On Local Disturbances in Ireland: And on the Irish Church Question

Sir George Cornewall Lewis - 1836 - 458 pągines
...happened every day, but law gains ground. It must strike the most careless traveller, to see whole strings of cars whipt into a ditch by a gentleman's footman,...patience: were they to complain, they would, perhaps, be horsewhipped. The execution of the laws lies very much in the hands of the justices of the peace, many...
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On local disturbances in Ireland; and on the Irish Church question

sir George Cornewall Lewis (2nd bart.) - 1836 - 458 pągines
...happened every day, but law gains ground. It must strike the most careless traveller, to see whole strings of cars whipt into a ditch by a gentleman's footman,...patience : were they to complain, they would, perhaps, be horsewhipped. The execution of the laws lies very much in the hands of the justices of the peace, many...
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The Monthly Chronicle, Volum 6

1840
..." England, Ireland, and America." " It must strike the most careless traveller to see whole strings of cars whipt into a ditch by a gentleman's footman...carriage. If they are overturned or broken in pieces it is no matter. If they were to complain, they would be horsewhipped. The execution of the law lies...
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History of the Irish Rebellion of 1798

Philip Harwood - 1844 - 248 pągines
...happened every day, but law gains ground. It must itrike the most careless traveller to see whole strings of cars whipt into a ditch by a gentleman's footman...make way for his carriage ; if they are overturned, and broken in pieces, no matter — it is taken in patience ; were they to complain, they would, per*...
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History of the Irish Rebellion of 1798

Philip Harwood - 1844 - 248 pągines
...ground. It must strike the most careless traveller to see whole strings of cars whipt into a ditch hy a gentleman's footman to make way for his carriage ; if they are overturned, and broken in pieces, no matter—it is taken in patience ; were they to complain, they would, perhaps,...
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Ireland before and after the union with Great Britain. with additions

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1848
...manner that makes Englishmen stare. It must strike the most careless traveller to see whole strings of cars whipt into a ditch by a gentleman's footman...patience ; were they to complain they would perhaps be horsewhipped.'' Commerce also, which so materially assists to break down the vassalage of a nation,...
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Ireland Before and After the Union with Great Britain

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1848 - 424 pągines
...manner that makes Englishmen stare. It must strike the most careless traveller to see whole strings of cars whipt into a ditch by a gentleman's footman...patience ; were they to complain they would perhaps be horsewhipped." Commerce also, which so materially assists to break down the vassalage of a nation,...
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