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" The lover, or rather the ravisher, is regardless of the stones or broken pieces of trees which may lie in his route, being anxious only to convey his prize in safety to his own party, where a scene ensues too shocking to relate. "
The Scots Magazine, Or, General Repository of Literature, History, and Politics - Side 669
1798
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Bind 12

1799
...fuppofe would difplace it from its focket ; the lover, 6r rather the ravimer, is regardlefs of the (tones or broken pieces of trees, which may lie in his route,...fafety to his own party, where a fcene enfues too (hocking to relate. This outrage is not refented by the relations of the female, who only retaliate...
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An Essay on the Principle of Population, Or, A View of Its Past and ..., Bind 1

Thomas Robert Malthus - 1807
...woods by •one arm, regardlefs of the ftones and broken pieces of trees that may lie in his route, and anxious only to convey his prize in fafety to his own party. The woman thus treated beD 2 comes 35 Of the Checks to Population in the Book I comes his wife, and...
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The History of New South Wales from Its First Discovery to the Present Time ...

G. Paterson - 1811 - 624 sider
...supposed would displace it from its socket. The lover, or rather ravisher, is regardless of the stones or broken pieces of trees which may lie in his route, being anxious only to convey his prize, in safety, to his own party, where a scene ensues too shocking to relate. This outrage is not resented...
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A Collection of the Most Celebrated Voyages & Travels, from the ..., Bind 4

R. P. Forster - 1818
...supposed would displace it from its socket. The lover, or rather ravisher, is regardless of the stones or broken pieces of trees which may lie in his route, being anxious only to convey his prize, in safety, to his own party, where a scene ensues too shocking to relate. This outrage is not resented...
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The Oriental Herald, Bind 23

1829
...supposed would displace it from its socket. The lover, or rather the ravisher, is regardless of the stones or broken pieces of trees which may lie in his route, being anxious only to convey his prize in safety to his own party, where a scene ensues too shocking to relate. This outrage is not resented...
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The Picture of Australia: Exhibiting New Holland, Van Diemen's Land, and All ...

Robert Mudie - 1829 - 370 sider
...would displace it from its socket. The lover, or rather the .ravisher, is regardless of the stones or broken pieces of trees which may lie in his route, being anxious only to convey his prize in safety, to his own party, where a scene ensues too shocking to relate. This outrage is not resented...
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The races of mankind, Bind 1–2

Robert Brown - 1873
...socket. The lover, or rather the ravisher, is regardless of the stones or broken pieces of trees that may lie in his route, being anxious only to convey his prize in safety to his own party, when a scene ensues ton shocking to relate. This outrage is not resented by...
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The Origin of Civilisation and the Primitive Condition of Man: Mental and ...

Sir John Lubbock - 1875 - 528 sider
...would displace it from its socket. The lover, ' or rather the ravisher, is regardless of the stones or ' broken pieces of trees which may lie in his route, ' being anxious only to convey his prize in safety to his ' own party, when a scene ensues too shocking to relate. ' This outrage is not resented...
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Woman Outside Christendom. An Exposition of the Influence Exerted by ...

James G de T. Mandley - 1880 - 159 sider
...supposed would displace it from its socket. The lover, or rather the ravisher, is regardless of the stones or broken pieces of trees which may lie in his route, being anxious only to convey his prize in safety to his own party, when a scene ensues too shocking to relate. This outrage is not resented by...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Bind 37;Bind 100

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1883
...socket. The lover, or rather the ravisher, is regardless of the stones or broken pieces of trees that may lie in his route, being anxious only to convey his prize in safety to his own party, when a scene ensues too shocking to relate. This outrage is not resented by...
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