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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX exhibited on many another hard fought field. She never went into battle single-handed. She always managed to have at her side the best gunners when the real battle began..."
Date:1967
Publication place:Freeport, New York, USA
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Text:"... death occurred Alarch 18, 1878. More than fifty books and pamphlets were written by him from 1826 until his resignation as Bussev Professor of Law at Harvard University. DOROTHEALYNDEDIX Protector..."
Date:1920
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX Occasional brief engagements in teaching are also recorded in this period. The winter of 1830, she spent with the Channings on the Island of St. Croix, in the West Indies, in her..."
Date:1967
Publication place:Freeport, New York, USA
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX Tender thoughts arise within me Of the friends whove gone before, Absent long but not forgotten, Resting on the other shore. And my soul is filled with longing That when done..."
Date:1967
Publication place:Freeport, New York, USA
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX taken to the McLean Asylum, where his irons had been knocked off, his swollen limbs chafed gently, and finding himself comfortable, he exclaimed, My good man, I must kiss you. He..."
Date:1967
Publication place:Freeport, New York, USA
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX taken to the McLean Asylum, where his irons had been knocked off, his swollen limbs chafed gently, and finding himself comfortable, he exclaimed, My good man, I must kiss you. He..."
Date:1967
Publication place:Freeport, New York, USA
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX I really am not to consider the bonds transient in their binding. She very much needed these friends and their tender care. Nine months after her arrival, we hear of occasional..."
Date:1967
Publication place:Freeport, New York, USA
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX ing terrible suffering to your fellow creatures all around you, - suffering you can relieve. My duty will end when I have done this, and with you will rest all further..."
Date:1967
Publication place:Freeport, New York, USA
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX hood. There st was interest excited in the minH nf Rpv. Charlfis Barnard, a man o f pos itive spiritual genius in charming and uplifting the children of the poor and debased..."
Date:1967
Publication place:Freeport, New York, USA
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIXDorothea was so apt a pupil and so ambitious that, at the age of fourteen, she returned to Worcester and opened a school for small children, prudently lengthening the skirts..."
Date:1967
Publication place:Freeport, New York, USA
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX women were confined in the almshouses in Massachusetts in such conditions of inhumanity and neglect as no intelligent farmer would tolerate for his swine, we could avoid some..."
Date:1967
Publication place:Freeport, New York, USA
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX years, she promoted and secured, to use her own phrase, the enlargement of three asylums: at Worcester, Mass., at Providence, R.I., and at Utica, N. Y., and the establishment..."
Date:1967
Publication place:Freeport, New York, USA
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX hood. There first was interest excited in the* mind of Rev. Charles Barnard, a man of positive spiritual genius in charming and uplifting the children of the poor and debased..."
Date:1967
Publication place:Freeport, New York, USA
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX more than she had ever received, the Rathbone family must have been glad that they had befriended her in her obscurity and her need. __ It was in 1841 at the ag e of thirty-nin e..."
Date:1967
Publication place:Freeport, New York, USA
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Text:"... death occurred March 18, 1878. More than fifty books and pamphlets were written by him from 1826 until his resignation as Bussey Professor of Law at Harvard University. DOROTHEALYNDEDIX Protector..."
Date:1920
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX women were confined in the almshouses in Massachusetts in such conditions of inhumanity and neglect as no intelligent farmer would tolerate for his swine, we could avoid some..."
Date:1967
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX ing terrible suffering to your fellow creatures all around you, - suffering you can relieve. My duty will end when I have done this, and with you will rest all further..."
Date:1967
Publication place:Freeport, New York, USA
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX author of religions literature. He was a philanthropist after his kind, giving his time without stint to the writing of religious tracts, and spending his money in publishing them..."
Date:1967
Publication place:Freeport, New York, USA
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Text:"...DOROTHEALYNDEDIX By natural selection, MissDix was appointed Superintendent of Women Nurses in the federal service, by order of the Secretary of War. In this capacity she served through the four..."
Date:1967
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Text:"... death occurred March 18, 1878. More than fifty books and pamphlets were written by him from 1826 until his resignation as Bussey Professor of Law at Harvard University. DOROTHEALYNDEDIX Protector..."
Date:1920
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA