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" Our laundry is filled by the aged, the blind, the maimed, the halt, and infants. The infirmary is full of sick and wounded. We have torn up all our rags and linen clothing to dress their sores ; we have no more, and are now at our wits "
A History of France, from the Conquest of Gaul by Julius Caesar to the ... - Seite 365
von Mrs. Markham - 1867 - 541 Seiten
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Edinburgh Review, Or Critical Journal, Band 39;Band 73

Sydney Smith - 1841
...the cottagers. Our laundry is filled by the aged, ' the blind, the maimed, the halt, and infants. The infirmary is ' full of sick and wounded. We have torn up all our rags and ' linen, clothing to dress their sores; we have no more, and are ' now at our wits' end. We...
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Narrative of a Tour Taken in the Year 1667 to La Grande Chartreuse and Alet

Claude Lancelot - 1813 - 261 Seiten
...for refuge. Our laundry is thronged by the aged, the blind, the maimed, the halt, and infants. The infirmary is full of sick and wounded. We have torn up all our rags and linen clothes to dress their sores. We have no more, and are now at our wits' ends. The cold...
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Selected Memoirs of Port Royal: To which are Appended Tour to Alert ..., Band 1

Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck - 1835
...for refuge. Our laundry is thronged by the aged, the blind, the maimed, the halt, and infants. The infirmary is full of sick and wounded. We have torn up all our rags and linen clothes to dress their sores. We have no more, and are now at our wits' ends. The cold...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays: By James Stephen

Sir James Stephen - 1843 - 413 Seiten
...the cottagers. Our laundry is filled by the aged, the blind, the maimed, the halt, and infants. The infirmary is full of sick and wounded. We have torn up all our rags and linen clothing to dress their sores ; we have no more, and are now at our wits' end. We dare...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Writings of T. Noon Talfourd

Thomas Noon Talfourd - 1846 - 172 Seiten
...the cottagers. Our laundry is filled by the aged, the blind, the maimed, the halt, and infants. The infirmary is full of sick and wounded. We have torn up all our rags and linen clothing to dress their sores ; we have no more, and are now at our wits' end. We dare...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Writings

Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd - 1846 - 176 Seiten
...the cottagers. Our laundry is filled by the aged, the blind, the maimed, the hall, and infants. The infirmary is full of sick and wounded. We have torn up all our rags and linen clothing to dress their sores ; we have no more, and are now at our wits' end. We dare...
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A History of France: From the Conquest of Gaul by Julius Caesar to the Reign ...

Mrs. Markham - 1848 - 629 Seiten
...can. The dormitory and chapter-house are full of horses. We are almost stifled by being pent up with those beasts, but we could not resist the pressing...wounded. We have torn up all our linen clothes to dresa their wounds. Our firewood is consumed, and we dare not send into the woods for more, as they...
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The Bible class magazine [ed. by C.H. Bateman]., Bände 3-5

Christian Henry Bateman - 1863
...for refuge. Our laundry is thronged with the aged, the blind, the maimed, the halt, and infants. The infirmary is full of sick and wounded. We have torn up all our rags and linen to dress their sores ; we have no more, and are now at our wits' ends. . . . We are...
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The Modern British Essayists: Talfourd, T.N. Critical and miscellaneous ...

1852
...the cottagers. Our laundry is filled by the aged, the blind, the maimed, the hall, and infants. The infirmary is full of sick and wounded. We have torn up all our rags and linen clothing to dress their sores ; we have no more, and are now at our wits' end. We dare...
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Port Royal and its saints: the 'Select memoirs of Port Royal'.

Philip Pearsall Carpenter - 1856
...for refuge. Our laundry is thronged by the aged, the blind, the maimed, the halt, and infants. The infirmary is full of sick and wounded. We have torn up all our rags and linen clothes to dress their sores. We have no more, and are now at our wits' ends. The cold...
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