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" It is impossible to justify the excesses of the people on their taking up arms ; they were certainly guilty of cruelties ; it is idle to deny the facts, for they have been proved too clearly to admit of a doubt. But is it really the people to •whom... "
Travels, During the Years 1787, 1788, and 1789: Undertaken More Particularly ... - Page 534
de Arthur Young - 1792 - 566 pages
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Travels During the Years 1787, 1788 and 1789: Undertaken More ..., Volume 2

Arthur Young - 1793 - 588 pages
...people on their taking up arms ; they were certainly guilty of crueltie s ; it is idle to deny the fads, for they have been proved too clearly to admit of...ftate of bondage ? •He who choofes to be ferved by flavcs, and by illtreated (Lives, muft know that he holds both his property and life by a tenure far...
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A Review of Some of the Political Events which Have Occurred ..., Numéros 1 à 6

Thomas Walker - 1794 - 336 pages
..." their taking up arms ; they were certainly guilty of cruel" ties ; it is idle to deny the fadls, for they have been proved " too clearly to admit of a doubt : but is it really the people "to whom iue are to impute the .whole? or to their opprej/lrs, " luho had kept them fo long in a ft ate of bondage...
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The Whole Proceedings on the Trial of an Indictment Against Thomas Walker of ...

Thomas Walker, Joseph Gurney - 1794 - 338 pages
..." their taking up arms ; they were certainly guilty of cruel" ties ; it is idle to deny the fafts, for they have been proved " too clearly to admit of a doubt : but is it rtally the people " to lubom ive are to impute the •whole? or to their opprej/ors, " 'wbo bad kept...
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A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and ..., Volume 4

John Pinkerton - 1809 - 770 pages
...attempt. It is impoffible to juftify the exceffcs of the people on their taking up arms ; they \vere certainly guilty of cruelties; it is idle to deny...to whom we are to impute the whole ?— Or to their opprefior.^, who had kept them fo lonjj in a (late of bondage ? He who chufes to be ferved by llaves,...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 22

1812 - 448 pages
...cruelties; it is idle to deny the fjcts, lor I hey have been, proved too clearly to admit of a doubr. But is it really the people to whom we are to impute the whole? Or to their oppressors, who had kept them so long in a stale of bondage? He who chooses to be served by slave's,...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 25

1814 - 434 pages
...they were certainly guilty of cruelties ; it is idle o deny the facts, for they have been proved oo clearly to admit of a doubt. -But is it really the people to whom we are to impute he whole? — Or to their oppressors, who lad kept them so long in a state of bondage ? He who chooses...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volumes 28 à 29

1815 - 438 pages
...people on their taking up arms; they were certainly guilty of cruelties; it is idle to deny the facts, for they have been proved too [clearly to admit of...people to whom we are to impute the whole? Or to their oppressors, who had kept them s» long in a stale of bondage ! He who chooses to be served by slaves,...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volumes 74 à 75

William Cobbett - 1831 - 892 pages
...their taking up " arms ; they were certainly guilty of " cruelties ; it is idle to deny the " facts, for they have been proved too " clearly to admit of...to whom we are to " impute the whole ? Or to their op" pressors, who hud kept them so long " in a state of bondage ? He who " chooses to be served by...
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Cobbett's Weekly Register, Volume 74

1831 - 428 pages
...up " arms ; they were certainly guilty o£ "cruellies; it is idle to denv the " facts, for they hava been proved too " clearly to admit of a doubt. But...to whom we are to " impute the whole? Or to their op" pressors, who had kept them so long "in 'a state of bondage ? He wha " chooses to he served by...
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Selections from Cobbett's Political Works: Being a Complete ..., Volume 5

William Cobbett, John Morgan Cobbett, James Paul Cobbett - 1835 - 524 pages
...guilty of cruelties ; it is idle to deny the facts, for they have " been proved too clearly to admit of doubt. But is it really THE PEOPLE, to " whom we are to impute the whole?— Orto THEIR OPPRESSORS, who had " kept them so long in a state of bondage ? He who chooses to be served...
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