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" Tears and lamentations were seen almost in every house, especially in the first part of the visitation ; for towards the latter end men's hearts were hardened, and death was so always before their eyes, that they did not so much concern themselves for... "
The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art - Página 298
editado por - 1822
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Retrospective Review, and Historical and Antiquarian Magazine

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1822
...lamentations were seen in almost every house, especially in the first part of the visitation : for towards the latter end, men's hearts were hardened,...city presented. Amulets, charms, and mystical signs, werejiexsLiO^uch-requjgst^jand the brazen head of Friar Bacon, thefortuue-tellers^Siign^was mounted...
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Retrospective Review, and Historical and Antiquarian Magazine

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1822
...lamentations were seen in almost every house, especially in the first part of the visitation : for towards the latter end, men's hearts were hardened,...expecting that themselves should be summoned the next hoar." Superstition, as it always does, ushered in misfortune, and furnished another melancholy feature...
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The Terrific Register: Or, Record of Crimes, Judgments, Providences, and ...

1825
...lamentations were seen almost in every house, especially in the first part of the visitation ; for towards the latter end, men's hearts were hardened, and death was so constantly before their eyes, that they did not much concern themselves for the loss of their friends,...
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The History of the Great Plague in London in the Year 1665: Containing ...

Daniel Defoe - 1832 - 311 páginas
...lamentations were seen in almost every house, especially in the first part of the visitation ; for, towards the latter end, men's hearts were hardened,...that themselves should be summoned the next hour. Business led me out sometimes to the other end of the town, even when the sickness was chiefly there...
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Historical Parallels, Volumen2

Arthur Thomas Malkin - 1835
...the visitation, for towards the latter end, men's hearts were hardened, and death was always so much before their eyes, that they did not so much concern...themselves for the loss of their friends, expecting that they themselves should be summoned the next hour*." " At the beginning of this surprising time, while...
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Historical Parallels, Volumen2

Arthur Thomas Malkin - 1835
...visitation, for towards the latter end, men's hearts were hardened, and death was always so much I X.- fore their eyes, that they did not so much concern themselves for the loss of their friends, expecting that they themselves should be summoned the nest hourV " At the beginning of this surprising time, while...
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The Friends' Library: Comprising Journals, Doctrinal Treatises, and Other ...

William Evans, Thomas Evans - 1837
...in every house, especially in the first part of the visitation'; for towards the latter end people did not so much concern themselves for the loss of...that themselves should be summoned the next hour. "It was a time of very unhappy breaches amongst us in matters of religion, divisions and separate opinions...
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The works of Daniel De Foe [ed.] by W. Hazlitt, Volumen2

Daniel Defoe - 1840
...lamentations were seen in almost every house, especially in the first part of the visitation j for towards the latter end men's hearts were hardened,...that themselves should be summoned the next hour. Business led me out sometimes to the other end of the town, even when the sickness was chiefly there...
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The works of Daniel Defoe: with a memoir of his life and writings, Volumen2

Daniel Defoe - 1841
...lamentations were seen in almost every house, especially in the first part of the visitation ; for led for the boat to come up, and set them over, as indeed I con. cern themselves for the loss of their friends, expecting that themselves should be summoned the...
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The Living Age ..., Volumen22

1849
...lamentations were seen in almost every house, especially in the first part of the visitation : for towards the latter end, men's hearts were hardened,...expecting that themselves should be summoned the next hoar. Superstition, as it always does, ushered in misfortune, and furnished another melancholy feature...
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