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" It was but one gloomy subject from morning to night. In the daytime I was uneasy. In the night I had little rest. I sometimes never closed my eyelids for grief. It became now not so much a trial for academical reputation, as for the production of a work... "
The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th] - Página 930
1808
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Essays and Selections

Basil Montagu - 1837 - 356 páginas
...dare.' No person can tell the severe trial which the writing for the prize proved to me ; it became not so much a trial for academical reputation as for the production of a work that might be useful to injured Africa. I was honoured with the prize. On returning to London, the...
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The History of the Rise, Progress, and Accomplishment of the Abolition of ...

Thomas Clarkson - 1839 - 615 páginas
...subject from morning to night. In the day-time I was uneasy. In the night I had little rest. I sometimes never closed my eye-lids for grief. It became now...with a candle in my room, that I might rise out of my bed and put down such thoughts as might occur to me in the night, if I judged them valuable, conceiving...
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The Englishwoman's magazine and Christian mother's miscellany ..., Volumen2

Mary Milner - 1847
...from morning till night. In the day-time I was uneasy ; in the night I had little rest. I sometimes never closed my eyelids for grief. It became now,...production of a work which might be useful to injured Afnca. And keeping this idea in my mind, ever after the perusal of Benezet, I always slept with a candle...
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The Morning call, by mrs. Ellis, Volumen2;Volumen39

Morning call - 1850
...from morning to night ; in the day-time I was uneasy, in the night I had little rest ; I sometimes never closed my eyelids for grief. It became now not...academical reputation, as for the production of a book which might be useful to injured Africa; and keeping this idea in my mind even after the perusal...
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The History of the Society of Friends in America, Volumen2

James Bowden - 1854
...subject from morning to night. In the day-time I was uneasy. In the night I had little rest. I sometimes never closed my eyelids for grief. It became now not...of a work which might be useful to injured Africa." But we must not in this work follow Clarkson further, except to say, that henceforth the whole energies...
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the history of the society of friends in america

james bowden - 1854
...subject from morning to night. In the day-time I was uneasy. In the night I had little rest. I sometimes never closed my eyelids for grief. It became now not...of a work which might be useful to injured Africa." But we must not in this work follow Clarkson further, except to say, that henceforth the whole energies...
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Men who Were Earnest: The Springs of Their Action and Influence : a Series ...

1847 - 318 páginas
...subject from morning to night. In the daytime I was uneasy ; in the night I had little rest ; I sometimes never closed my eyelids for grief. It became now not...injured Africa ; and keeping this idea in my mind, even after the perusal of Benezet, I always slept with a candle in my room, that I might rise out of...
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Essays of a Birmingham Manufacturer, Volumen3

William Lucas Sargant - 1871
...from morning till night. In the day-time I was uneasy. In the night I had little rest. I sometimes never closed my eyelids for grief. It became now not...academical reputation, as for the production of a work that might be useful to injured Africa. And keeping this idea in my mind ever after the perusal of...
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Strange footsteps; or, Thoughts on the providence of God, by C. and H. Kendall

Charles Kendall, Henry Kendall - 1871 - 300 páginas
...came before him. In the day he was uneasy, and in the night he had little rest. It became with him, not so much a trial for academical reputation as for the production of a treatise which might be useful to injured Africa. He always slept with a candle in his room, that he...
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Essays of a Birmingham Manufacturer, Volumen3

William Lucas Sargant - 1872
...grief. It became now not so much a trial for academical reputation, as for the production of a work that might be useful to injured Africa. And keeping this idea in my mind ever after the perusal of Bonezet, I always slept with a candle in my room, that I might rise out of bed and put down such thoughts...
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