agricultural labourer quotes

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I have seen in my time two enormous extensions of the suffrage to men--one in America and one in England. But neither the negroes ...
The labourer is worthy of his hire.
The learned professors have been at considerable pains in their attempts to make a distinction between tools and implements on the ...
A full belly to the labourer was, in my opinion, the foundation of public morals and the only source of real public peace.
Next week Reagan will probably announce that American scientists have discovered that the entire U.S. agricultural surplus can be ...
In the country, without any interference from the law, the agricultural life favors the permanence of families.
I think the people over here are coming to realize what would happen if Germany and Italy won a European war. We would be out of t ...
The War of the Roses in England and the Civil War in America were both intestinal conflicts arising out of similar ideas. In the f ...
To [secure] to each labourer the whole product of his labour, or as nearly as possible, is a most worthy object of any good govern ...
The commonwealth of learning is not at this time without master-builders, whose mighty designs in advancing the sciences, will lea ...
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