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" In other parts of the island, where the population has never undergone the influence of the same causes of physical degradation, it is well known that the same race furnish the most perfect specimens of human beauty and vigor, both mental and bodily. "
The British and Foreign Medical Review - Seite 76
von John Forbes,M.D.,F.R.S.,F.G.S.,Edited By. - 1847
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The Methodist Magazine

1880
...average — pot-bellied, bowlegged, abortively featured, their clothing a wisp of rags — these specters of a people that were once well-grown, able-bodied,...abroad into the daylight of civilization, the annual apparition of Irish ugliness and Irish want." Here observe how cultural deterioration became structural,...
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Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review, Band 24

1867
...features but the frame. Five feet two inches on an average, pot-bellied, bow-legged, abortively featured, their clothing a wisp of rags, these spectres of a...abroad into the daylight of civilization, the annual apparition of Irish ugliness and Irish want." This scrap of history appears to us excedingly valuable,...
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Small Books on Great Subjects, Bände 1-2

1845
...legged, abortively featured, these spectres of a people that were once well grown, able bodied, and H comely, stalk abroad into the daylight of civilization,...physical degradation, it is well known that the same race furnish the most perfect specimens of human beauty and vigour both mental and bodily." 50. If such...
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Small Books on Great Subjects, Band 1

1846
...pot-bellied, bow-legged, abortively featured, these spectres of a people that were once well grown, able-bodied, and comely, stalk abroad into the daylight...physical degradation, it is well known that the same race furnish the most perfect specimens of human beauty and vigor both mental and bodily." 50. If such be...
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The connection between physiology and intellectual philosophy [by J. Barlow].

John Barlow (F.R.S.) - 1846
...legged, abortively featured, these spectres of a people that were once well grown, able bodied, and H comely, stalk abroad into the daylight of civilization,...physical degradation, it is well known that the same race furnish the most perfect specimens of human beauty and vigour both mental and bodily." 50. If such...
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Small Books on Great Subjects, Band 1

1847
...appalling lesson. Five feet two inches on an average, pot-bellied, bow-legged, abortively featured, these spectres of a people that were once wellgrown,...physical degradation, it is well known that the same race furnish the most perfect specimens of human beauty and vigor, both mental and bodily." 50. If such...
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A Tribute for the Negro: Being a Vindication of the Moral, Intellectual, and ...

Wilson Armistead - 1848 - 564 Seiten
...abortively-featured ; their clothing a wisp of rags, &c., these spectres of a people that once were well-grown, able-bodied, and comely, stalk abroad...Irish want." In other parts of the island, where the people have never undergone the same influences of physical degradation, it is well known that the...
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Elements of physiology

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1851 - 598 Seiten
...and depressed noses, bear barbarism in their very front. " These spectres of a people that once were well-grown, able-bodied, and comely, stalk abroad...annual apparitions of Irish ugliness and Irish want." — The aboriginal population of New Holland, as a whole, presents a similar aspect ; and apparently...
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The science of health

Stephen Henry Ward - 1853 - 412 Seiten
...and depressed noses, bear barbarism in their very front. ' These spectres of a people that once were wellgrown, able-bodied and comely, stalk abroad into the daylight of civilization, the animal apparitions of Irish ugliness and Irish want.' "* The effects of habitual deprivation of sufficient...
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The Southern literary messenger

1855
...spectres of a people, who were once well grown, able bodied, and comely, stalk abroad into the day light of civilization ; the annual apparitions of Irish...In other parts of the Island, where the population, consisting of the same race of people perhaps, and more than probable, nearly allied, had not been...
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