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" ... animal creation. He was never known to have been at enmity with any man. During the whole course of his life, there was not a single instance of his engaging in a litigious contest with any of his neighbours, or others. He zealously testified against... "
Barton's Medical Journal - Página 120
1804
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American Medical Biography: Or, Memoirs of Eminent Physicians; Embracing ...

Stephen West Williams - 1845 - 664 páginas
...neighbors, or others. He zealously testified against slavery ; and that his philanthropic precepts on this subject might have their due weight and force,...to a most valuable male slave, then in the prime of life, who had been bred up in the family almost from his infancy. He was through life a striking example...
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Memorials of John Bartram and Humphry Marshall

William Darlington - 1849 - 585 páginas
...committing his sentiments to paper, on that and all other subjects, with equal fervour and freedom. might have their due weight and force, he gave liberty...principle of morality. His common drink was pure water, small beer, or cider mixed with milk. Nevertheless, he always kept a good and plentiful table. Once...
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The New England Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly, Volumen30

1904
...and of great good nature ; a lover of justice, truth and charity. He was an opponent of slavery and gave liberty to a most valuable male slave, then in the prime of life, who had been bred up in the family almost from infancy. He was active and industrious both in...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volumen40

1892
...neighbors or others. He zealously testified against slavery, and, that his philanthropic precepts on this subject might have their due weight and force,...life, who had been bred up in the family almost from infancy." He was of an active temperament, and often expressed the wish that he might not live to be...
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Pioneers of Science in America: Sketches of Their Lives and Scientific Work

William Jay Youmans - 1896 - 508 páginas
...neighbours or others. He zealously testified against slavery, and, that his philanthropic precepts on this subject might have their due weight and force,...life, who had been bred up in the family almost from infancy." He was of an active temperament, and often expressed the wish that he might not live to be...
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The Botanists of Philadelphia and Their Work

John William Harshberger - 1899 - 457 páginas
...neighbors or others. He zealously testified against slavery ; and that his philanthropic precepts on this subject might have their due weight and force,...life, who had been bred up in the family almost from infancy. " He was through life a striking example of temperance, especially in the use of vinous and...
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