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" I could not bear the windows drawn up, and was therefore often obliged to travel on horseback. The leaves of my memorandum-book were often so tainted, that I could not use it till after spreading it an hour or two before the fire. And even my antidote,... "
John Howard - Seite 43
von Edgar Charles Sumner Gibson - 1902 - 211 Seiten
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The Philanthropist, Or, Repository for Hints and Suggestions ..., Band 2

1812
...was therefore obliged to travel commonly on horseback. The leaves of my memorandum book were ofien so tainted, that I could not use it till after spreading...intolerably disagreeable. I did not wonder that in thete journeys many gaolers made excuses, and did not go with me into the felons' wards." Howard then...
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The Pamphleteer, Band 18

Abraham John Valpy - 1821
...commonly on horseback ; " and that " the leaves of his memorandum book were often so tainted, that he could not use it till after spreading it an hour or two before the fire ;" and " that even his antidote, a rial of vinegar, has, after being used in a few prisons, become intolerably...
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Essay on the Penal Law of Pennsylvania

Job Roberts Tyson - 1827 - 69 Seiten
...drawn up; and was therefore obliged to travel commonly on horseback. The leaves of my memorandum-book were often so tainted, that I could not use it till...a few prisons, become intolerably disagreeable." i " After viewing the inertness of the governments of Europe on this very important subject, it is a...
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Bände 25-26

1843
...drawn up, and was therefore often obliged to travel on horseback. The leaves of my memorandum-book were often so tainted, that I could not use it till...in a few prisons, become intolerably disagreeable.' Some gaols at this time had no sewers ; and in those that had, they were occasionally offensive beyond...
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The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Band 25

1843
...windows drawn up, and was therefore otlen obliged to travel on horeback. The leaves of my memorandum-book were often so tainted, that I could not use it till...fire ; and even my antidote, a vial of vinegar, has, alter using it in a few prisons, become intolerably disagreeable.' Some gaols at this time had no sewers...
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The penny cyclopædia [ed. by G. Long]., Band 25

Society for the diffusion of useful knowledge - 1843
...horeback. The leaves of my memorandum-book were often so tainted, that I could not use it till alter spreading it an hour or two before the fire ; and...in a few prisons, become intolerably disagreeable.' Some gaols at this time had no sewers ; and in those that had, they were occasionally offensive beyond...
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Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1846
...drawn up, and was therefore obliged to travel commonly on horseback. The leaves of my memorandum-book were often so tainted, that I could not use it till...disagreeable. I did not wonder that in those journeys many jailers made excuses, and did not go with me into the felons' wards. From hence any one may judge of...
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The North British Review, Band 7

1847
...prisons, intolerably disagreeable." " I do not wonder," he adds, " that in my journey many fellows made excuses, and did not go with me into the felons' wards.'' Thrice did this remarkable man visit Scotland on the errand of purging our jails — in 1779, 1782,...
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Prison Discipline: And the Advantages of the Separate System of ..., Band 1

John Field - 1848
...has, after using it in a few prisons, become intolerably disagreeable. I did not wonder that in my journeys many gaolers made excuses ; and did not go with me into the felons' wards. " I am ready to think that none who give creditto what is contained in the foregoing pages, will wonder...
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Dublin Hospital Gazette, Band 3

1856
...up, and was therefore obliged to travel commonly on horseback. The leaves of my memorandum book were so tainted, that I could not use it till after spreading...in a few prisons, become intolerably disagreeable." In people breathing such an impure atmosphere, a fever showed itself of the utmost malignity, called...
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