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" They have done more to develop the wealth and resources, to stimulate the industry, reward the labor, and promote the general comfort and prosperity of the country than any other, perhaps than all other mere physical causes combined. There is probably... "
The Bench and Bar of Wisconsin: History and Biography, with Portrait ... - Page 476
by Parker McCobb Reed - 1882 - 542 pages
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The Elements of Political Economy

Francis Wayland - Economics - 1878 - 403 pages
...There is probably not a man, woman or child, whose interest and comfort has not in some degree been subserved by them. They bring to our doors the productions...clime to enjoy the pleasures and luxuries of all. . . . There is scarcely a want, wish or aspiration of the human heart which they do not in some measure...
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The West: From the Census of 1880, a History of the Industrial , Commercial ...

Robert Percival Porter, William Patterson Jones, Henry Gannett - Industries - 1882 - 630 pages
...other, mere physical causes combined. There is probably not a man, woman or child whose interest and comfort has not been in some degree subserved by them....protract the seasons. They enable the inhabitants in each clime to enjoy the pleasures and luxuries of all. They scatter the productions of the press...
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Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, Volume 21

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society - Agriculture - 1884
...and promote the general prosperity, than any other and perhaps than all other causes combined. * * * They bring to our doors the productions of the earth, they enable us to anticipate and protract the season, they enable the inhabitants .of each clime to enjoy the pleasures and luxuries of all, they...
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A Political History of Wisconsin

Alexander McDonald Thomson - Wisconsin - 1900 - 452 pages
...other good things, that "there is probably not a man, woman or child whose interest or comfort lias not been in some degree subserved by them. They bring...clime to enjoy the pleasures and luxuries of all!" Meeting Hon. IC Sloan, himself a fine lawyer, a few days after the decision was published, he asked...
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A Political History of Wisconsin

Alexander McDonald Thomson - Wisconsin - 1902 - 452 pages
...immense benefit which the railroads conferred upon the public, saying among other good things, that "there is probably not a man, woman or child whose...clime to enjoy the pleasures and luxuries of all!" Meeting Hon. IC Sloan, himself a fine lawyer, a few days after the decision was published, he asked...
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The Way to the West: And the Lives of Three Early Americans, Boone--Crockett ...

Emerson Hough - History - 1903 - 446 pages
...industry, reward the labor, and promote the general comfort and prosperity of the country than any other, perhaps than all other mere physical causes combined....all. They scatter the productions of the press and of literature broadcast through the country with amazing rapidity. There is scarcely a want, wish,...
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Railway Surgeon, Volume 7

Surgery - 1901
...other, perhaps than all other mere physical causes combined. There is probably not a' man, woman nor child whose interest or comfort has not been in some...all. They scatter the productions of the press and of literature broadcast through the country with amazing rapidity. There is scarcely a want, wish,...
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The Frontier Omnibus, Containing Three Complete Novels

Emerson Hough - West (U.S.) - 1907
...industry, reward the labor, and promote the general comfort and prosperity of the country than any other, perhaps than all other mere physical causes combined....all. They scatter the productions of the press and of literature broadcast through the country with amazing rapidity. There is scarcely a want, wish,...
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Surgical Journal, Volume 7

1901
...other, perhaps than all other mere physical causes combined. There is probably not a man, woman nor »child whose interest or comfort has not been in...all. They scatter the productions of the press and of literature broadcast through the country with amazing rapidity. There is scarcely a want, wish,...
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