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Travels in Sicily, Greece and Albania - Page 7
by Thomas Smart Hughes - 1820 - 532 pages
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 62, Part 2

1822
...hustings in England, were here transferred to the very floor of the senate. As soon as the president hod proposed the subject for debate, and restored some...ensued : this was the signal for universal uproar ; the president'* voice was unheeded and unheard ; the whole house arose, partisans of different antagonists...
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The Port Folio

1822
...orderfrom the confusion of tongues that followed, a system of crimination and recrimination was invariabty commenced by several speakers, accompanied with such...was unheeded and unheard ; the whole house arose, and partisans of different antagonists mingled in the affray, when the ground was literally seen covered...
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Christian Examiner, Volume 11; Volume 16

1834
...degree of order from the confusion of tongues which followed, a system of crimination and recrimination invariably commenced by several speakers, accompanied...mingled in the affray, when the ground was literally covered with combatants kicking, biting, and scratching, and exhibiting all the evolutions of the old...
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Lectures on Moral Philosophy: Delivered Before the "Edinburgh Philosophical ...

George Combe - 1836 - 183 pages
...several speakers, accompanied by such furious gesticulations and hideous distortion of countenances, such bitter taunts and personal invectives, that blows...arose ; partisans of different antagonists mingled in affray, and the floor was literally covered with combatants, kicking, biting, and scratching each other."...
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Lectures on moral philosophy

George Combe - 1840 - 464 pages
...commenced by several speakers, accompanied with such furious gesticulations, and hideous distortion of countenance, such bitter taunts, and personal invectives,...voice was unheeded and unheard; the whole house arose, partizans of different antagonists mingled in the affray, when the ground was literally covered with...
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The Phrenological Journal and Science of Health, Volume 3

1841
...commenced by several speakers, accompanied with such furious gesticulations and hideous distortion of countenance, such bitter taunts and personal invectives,...mingled in the affray, when the ground was literally covered with combatants, kicking, biting, scratching, and exhibiting all the evolutions of the old...
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The American Phrenological Journal and Miscellany, Volume 3

1841
...commenced by several speakers, accompanied with such furious gesticulations and hideous distortion of countenance, such bitter taunts and personal invectives,...mingled in the affray, when the ground was literally covered with combatants, kicking, biting, scratching, and exhibiting all the evolutions of the old...
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Political philosophy [by H.P. Brougham].

Henry Peter Brougham (1st baron Brougham and Vaux.) - 1842
...commenced by several speakers, accompanied with such furious gesticulations and hideous contortions, such bitter taunts and personal invectives, that blows...partisans of different antagonists mingled in the fray, when the ground was literally seen covered with combatants, kicking, biting, scratching, and...
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Moral Philosophy; Or, The Duties of Man Considered in His Individual, Social ...

George Combe - 1846 - 116 pages
...commenced by several speakers, accompanied with such furious gesticulations, and hideous distortions of countenance, such bitter taunts and personal invectives,...was unheeded and unheard ; the whole House arose, partizans of different antagonists mingled in the affray, when the ground was literally covered with...
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Principles of government. Monarchiacal government

Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - 1846
...taunts and personal invectives, that blows generally ensued. Thta was the signal for universal uproar j the President's voice was unheeded and unheard ; the...partisans of different antagonists mingled in the fray, when the ground was literally seen covered with combatants, kicking, biting, scratching, Ģiul...
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