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" Up ran the youths, eager to secure good places; in they crowded, full of interest and talk. "What's the case? Which side is it?" Don't think them heartless; they are neither better nor worse than you or I; they get over their professional horrors, and... "
North Carolina Medical Journal - Page 294
1902
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 47

American literature - 1859 - 626 pages
...good places : in they crowded, full of interest and talk. " What's the case ?" " Which side is it ?" Don't think them heartless ; they are neither better...emotion, ending in itself or at best in tears and a long-drawn breath, lessens, while pity as a motive, is quickened, and gains power and purpose. It is...
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Littell's Living Age, Volume 60

Literature - 1859 - 868 pages
...in they crowded, full of interest and talk. ' What's the case ? ' ' Which side is it?' "Don't Jhink them heartless; they are "neither better nor worse than you or I ; they eel oyer their professional horrors, and into their proper work ; and in them pity — as an emotion,...
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Proceedings and Reports of the Medical and Chirurgical ..., Volumes 89-91

Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland - Medicine - 1887 - 1134 pages
...spectator only. So it is we have passed through these professional horrors and into our proper work — " pity as an emotion, ending in itself or at best in tears and a long-drawn breath, lessens, while pity as a motive is quickened and gains power and purpose." I might...
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Eclectic Magazine, and Monthly Edition of the Living Age, Volume 47

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - American periodicals - 1859 - 628 pages
...good places : in they crowded, full of interest and talk. " What's the case ?" " Which side is it ?" Don't think them heartless ; they are neither better...emotion, ending in itself or at best in tears and a long-drawn breath, lessens, while pity as a motive, is quickened, and gains power and purpose. It is...
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Rab and his friends

John Brown - 1859 - 36 pages
...ioik. " Wlmt's the case ? " " Which side is it ? " Don't think them heartless; they are neither hctttr nor worse than you or I : they get over their professional horrors, and into their proper \\AM-k i And in them pity — as an emotion, ending I in itself or at best in tears and a long-drawn...
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Horę Subsecivę, Volume 1

John Brown - English literature - 1861 - 526 pages
...good places : in they crowded, full of interest and talk. " What's the case ?" " Which side is it ?" Don't think them heartless ; they are neither better...emotion, ending in itself or at best in tears and a long-drawn breath, lessens, while pity as a motive, is quickened, and gains power and purpose. It is...
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Spare Hours

John Brown - 1861 - 470 pages
...good places : in they crowded, full of interest and talk. "What's the case?" "Which side is it?" Don t think them heartless ; they are neither better nor worse than you or I ; they get over their profea-ional horrors, and into their proper work •*— and in them pity — as an emotion, ending...
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Horae Subsecivae: Rab and His Friends : and Other Papers

John Brown - Dogs - 1862 - 360 pages
...secure good places: in they crowded, full of interest and talk. "What's the case?" "Which side is it?" Don't think them heartless; they are neither better...emotion, ending in itself or at best in tears and a long-drawn breath, lessens, — while pity, as a motive, is quickened, and gains power and purpose....
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Spare Hours: Rab and his friends and other papers

John Brown - 1862 - 492 pages
...good places : in they crowded, full of interest and talk. "What's the case ? " " Which side is it ? " Don't think them heartless ; they are neither better...emotion, ending in itself or at best in tears and a long-drawn breath, lessens, while pity as a motive, is quickened, and gains power and purpose. It is...
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"With Brains, Sir"

John Brown - Ballooning - 1866 - 192 pages
...good places: in they crowded, full of interest and talk. " What's the case ?" " Which side is it ?" Don't think them heartless ; they are neither better...professional horrors, and into their proper work; and in them pity—as an emotion, ending in itself or at best in tears and a long-drawn breath, lessens, while...
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