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The Irish Times (1921-Current File), 03/1973, p. 11
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The Metropolitan magazine, 1833-1840, ISSN 2043-4383, 03/1836, Volume 15, Issue 59, pp. 325 - 336
"Oh! then you admit 'tis possible, but only improbable! You want more money? You shall have it. Stay," she said, placing her right hand upon the spot where the... 
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The Metropolitan magazine, 1833-1840, ISSN 2043-4383, 05/1835, Volume 13, Issue 49, pp. 92 - 99
Having, the next time my friend, the surgeon, called upon me, shown him the above written pages, which cost me a good deal of time to write for want of... 
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Dublin University Magazine, 1833-1877, ISSN 2044-6594, 05/1838, Volume 11, Issue 65, pp. 554 - 563
OF all questions of a public nature, there is, perhaps, none less disputable than that the progress of society proceeds with the propelling force of a... 
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The Mirror of literature, amusement, and instruction, Nov. 1822-June 1847, ISSN 2043-4413, 05/1836, Volume 27, Issue 778, pp. 342 - 343
THE case of Fauntleroy, the Berner's Street banker, is of comparatively recent date, and claims some notice. Firstly, because he was a member of a superior... 
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The Metropolitan magazine, 1833-1840, ISSN 2043-4383, 02/1835, Volume 12, Issue 46, pp. 185 - 200
A DISTINGUISHED writer observes, it is a mark of the social and public spirit of this nation, that there is scarcely a member of it who does not bestow a very... 
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The Metropolitan magazine, 1833-1840, ISSN 2043-4383, 04/1836, Volume 15, Issue 60, pp. 444 - 448
In justice to all the legal and other parties connected with the trial of this young man, who certainly merited a better fate, it is but fair to state that no... 
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The Metropolitan magazine, 1833-1840, ISSN 2043-4383, 08/1836, Volume 16, Issue 64, pp. 437 - 448
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The Metropolitan magazine, 1833-1840, ISSN 2043-4383, 05/1836, Volume 16, Issue 61, pp. 101 - 112
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The Metropolitan magazine, 1833-1840, ISSN 2043-4383, 09/1835, Volume 14, Issue 53, pp. 88 - 99
Few men at that time could cover the ground like me; one, however, I heard close at my heels, and that after I had made several of my best pushes. A thought... 
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The Metropolitan magazine, 1833-1840, ISSN 2043-4383, 01/1836, Volume 15, Issue 57, pp. 102 - 112
But to return to my narration of events. During the first two or three years I took office, I neglected to take notes of what transpired, but after having... 
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The Metropolitan magazine, 1833-1840, ISSN 2043-4383, 09/1836, Volume 17, Issue 65, pp. 106 - 112
None seek that substantive good, (happiness) now, through virtue; none are terrified at crime, but as the law of man affects them; none approach the... 
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The Metropolitan magazine, 1833-1840, ISSN 2043-4383, 09/1834, Volume 11, Issue 41, pp. 1 - 11
"What!" methinks I hear some tyro in the ways of man say, "are the hospitals and dispensaries of no benefit to the public?" To such I reply, they are ornaments... 
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The Metropolitan magazine, 1833-1840, ISSN 2043-4383, 10/1835, Volume 14, Issue 54, pp. 216 - 224
Having arrived at this period of my history, I submitted my writing to my friend the surgeon, who, after making a few corrections, advised me not to give a... 
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The Metropolitan magazine, 1833-1840, ISSN 2043-4383, 12/1835, Volume 14, Issue 56, pp. 440 - 448
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The Metropolitan magazine, 1833-1840, ISSN 2043-4383, 11/1835, Volume 14, Issue 55, pp. 326 - 335
As I would, if I could, make my life at last useful, to make amends for the injuries I have done, I will pause here to make a few observations upon this... 
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The Metropolitan magazine, 1833-1840, ISSN 2043-4383, 08/1835, Volume 13, Issue 52, pp. 438 - 448
I should tire the patience of my readers were I to attempt to give an account of all the petty robberies in which I was concerned during the next three years... 
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The Metropolitan magazine, 1833-1840, ISSN 2043-4383, 08/1834, Volume 10, Issue 40, pp. 329 - 338
The objects of all charitable institutions, it may be presumed, are, first, to relieve the immediate wants and distresses of the poor and needy; secondly, to... 
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Oral Oncology, ISSN 1368-8375, 08/2020, Volume 107, p. 104726
•Metformin protects against recurrence in adenoid cystic carcinoma.•Metformin users experience prolonged disease-free survival.•Perineural invasion and... 
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The Times, ISSN 0140-0460, 05/2001
With Lord [Jeffery Archer] was his co-accused, Ted Francis. Where Lord Archer looked brisk, Mr Francis looked miserable. It was he who first accused his former... 
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