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" And thus mankind will have one more admonition that ' the people perish for lack of knowledge;' and that the alleviation of the miseries and the promotion of the welfare of men must be sought, by those who will not lose their pains, in that diligent,... "
Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art ... - Page 262
1871
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Geology - 1870
...scourge will, one day, be as well understood as those of the Pdbrine are now ; and that the long-suffered massacre of our innocents will come to an end. And...in that diligent, patient, loving study of all the nmltitudinous aspects of Nature, the results of which constitute exact knowledge, or Science. It is...
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The Cincinnati Medical Repertory, Volume 3

John Adams Thacker - Medicine - 1870
...will, one dny. be as well understood s those of the Pebrine arc no\v ; and that the long-suffered massacre of our innocents will come to an end " And...more admonition that ' the people perish for lack r'f knowledge ;' and that the alleviation of the miseries, and the promotion of the welfare, of men...
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English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are ..., Volume 12

Industrial arts - 1871
...scourge will, one day, be as well understood as those of the Pcbrine ore now ; and that the long-suffered massacre of our innocents will come to an end. And...the miseries and the promotion of the welfare of men muet be sought by those who will not lose their pains in that diligent, patient, loving study of all...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1871
...scourge will, one day, U 1 as well understood as those of the Pebrine are now ; and that the longsutfered massacre of our innocents will come to an end. And...have one more admonition that "the people perish for luck of knowledge ; " and that the alleviation of the miseries, and the promotion of the welfare, of...
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New York Medical Journal, Volume 13

1871
...worm, and even pass into the undeveloped eggs of the female moth] are now, and that the long-suffered massacre of our innocents will come to an end. And...mankind will have one more admonition that " the people perisli for lack of knowledge ; " and that the alleviation of the miseries and the promotion of the...
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The homœopathic vade mecum of modern medicine and surgery, Issue 159

Edward Harris Ruddock - Homeopathy - 1871 - 808 pages
...this scourge will one day be well understood, and the long-suffered massacre of our innocents comes to an end ; and thus mankind will have one more admonition that ' the people perish for lack of knowledge.' " VARIETIES. — There are three varieties, or more properly speaking, degrees of intensity. It is...
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New York Medical Journal, Volume 18

1873
...pebrine are now, and that the longsuffered massacre of our innocents will come to an end, and then mankind will have one more admonition that the people...of the miseries and the promotion of the welfare of mankind must be sought by those who will not lose their pains in that diligent, patient, loving study...
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Text Book of Modern Medicine and Surgery on Homoeopathic Principles

Edward Harris Ruddock - Homeopathic surgery - 1874 - 1029 pages
...causes of this scourge will one day be well understood, and the long-suffered massacre of our innocents come to an end ; and thus mankind will have one more...admonition that ' the people perish for lack of knowledge.' " VARIETIES. — There are three varieties, or, more correctly, degrees of intensity ; for though it...
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Lay Sermons, Addresses and Reviews

Thomas Henry Huxley - Science - 1903 - 378 pages
...scourge will, one day, be as well understood as those of the Pebriue are now ; and that the long-suffered massacre of our innocents will come to an end. And...will not lose their pains, in that diligent, patient, lov ing study of all the multitudinous aspects of Nature. the results of which constitute exact knowledge,...
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Thomas H. Huxley

James Richard Ainsworth Davis - Naturalists - 1907 - 288 pages
...is quoted, and scarlet fever is spoken of as a disease that will ultimately be stamped out : — " And thus mankind will have one more admonition that...the miseries, and the promotion of the welfare, of man must be sought, by those who will not lose their pains, in that diligent, patient, loving study...
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