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" Arkansas know what to ship we should have a steady market and regular supply. This argument we have heard used by grave persons of reputed common sense, but to us it seems the most notorious and superficial nonsense ; and the only thing that can be... "
The London Quarterly Review - Page 167
1846
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1846
...equality of price Poland would then know what to sow Arkansas know what to ship we should have a steady market and regular supply. This argument...from month to month : the problem is to bring these natural and uncontrollable variations to something of a level price in the market for the purpose...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1846
...equality of price Poland would then know what to sow Arkansas know what to ship we should have a steady market and regular supply. This argument...from month to month : the problem is to bring these natural and uncontrollable variations to something of a level price in the market for the purpose...
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A Rudimentary Treatise on Warming and Ventilation: Being a Concise ...

Charles Tomlinson - 1850 - 260 pages
...the fan in the ventilation of buildings ; but it appears to be in every respect an inferior machine. The only thing that can be said in its favour is, that it is entirely self-acting, requiring no power to set it in motion, * Ure, Philosophical Transactions....
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Archaeologia Cambrensis

1857
...with the table, the name of an ancient vicar, which had previously been emblazoned on the reading-pew. The only thing that can be said in its favour is, that it is an improvement on the old system ; but when restorations, however humble, are carried out, great...
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A Rudimentary Treatise on Warming and Ventilation: Being a Concise ...

Charles Tomlinson - 1858 - 287 pages
...the fan in the ventilation of buildings; but it appears to be in every respect an inferior machine. The only thing that can be said in its favour is, that it is entirely self-acting, requiring no power to set it in motion, * Ure, Philosophical Transactions....
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Sheep; their history, management, diseases [&c.].

William Reid (wool-broker.) - 1871
...drains. By this process of drying the soil there is a great amount of valuable pasture land wasted ; and the only thing that can be said in its favour is its cheapness and easy adaptability to the most inaccessible places in the highest hills. There cannot...
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Historical & Descriptive Guide to Carlisle and District

Albert Barnes Moss - 1881 - 290 pages
...whose name it bears. Several rebuildings have taken place since that time the last being in 1778. The only thing that can be said in its favour is that it is commodious. As for grace of course architectural grace it has none. It is a large redstone...
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The Prison System and Its Effects: Wherefrom, Whereto, and Why?

Antony Taylor - 2008 - 241 pages
...before and after Maconochie more than fulfilled the Beccarian desire of providing 'a living death'. The only thing that can be said in its favour is that it did not seem to have made convicts run the gauntlet or be brutalized with the gnout. as in Russia (Sellin....
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Nature, Volume 70

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1904
...of the Nantwich Meeting House, where Priestley officiated for about three years, is- simply hideous. The only thing that can be said in its favour is that it is at least as meritorious as the architectural character of the building it seeks to depict. Nor is...
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Nature, Volume 70

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1904
...of the Nantwich Meeting House, where Priestley officiated for about three years, is simply hideous. The only thing that can be said in its favour is that it is at least as meritorious as the architectural character of the building it seeks 10 depict. Nor is...
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