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" ... remained. She first began by cutting her arms, then her breasts, and latterly her face. Every incision was so deep as to cause a gush of .blood ; but she seemed quite insensible to pain, and performed the operation with heroic resolution. ' He whose... "
Journal of a Ten Months' Residence in New Zealand - Page 45
by Richard Alexander Cruise - 1823 - 321 pages
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Volume 14

1824
...incision was so deep as to cause a gush of blood ; but she seemed quite insensible to pain, and performed the operation with heroic resolution. " He whose cruelty...appeared to be that of a youthful and handsome man." This touching example of filial piety, •ure aua energy wnile me captives tai pa- . -. , • ju...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 21

English literature - 1823
...the operation with heroic resolution. " He whose cruelty had caused this frightful exhibition, wag evidently amused at the horror with which we viewed...appeared to be that of a youthful and handsome man." P. 42. A parallel case of horror, is to be found in Gibbon. AIboin, king of the Lombards, being enamoured...
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The Literary Examiner: Consisting of The Indicator, a Review of Books, and ...

Leigh Hunt - English literature - 1823 - 412 pages
...heroic resolution. " He whose cruelty had caused this frightful exhibition, was evidently amused sit. the horror with which we viewed it ; and, laying hold...appeared to be that of a youthful and handsome man." We must not, however, be too much shocked with this picture, for this young lady subsequently married...
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The Religious Miscellany: Containing Information Relative to the ..., Volume 2

1823
...was long and black, offered to si-11 it to us for an axe, turned it in various ways to show ifroff to the best advantage, and when no purchaser was to...appeared to be that of a youthful and handsome man." This touching example of filial piety, we learn, afterwards — married her father's murderer. —...
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Saturday Night: Comprising a Review of New Publications, Biography ..., Volume 1

1824
...incision was so deep as to cause a gush of blood ; but she seemed quite insensible to pain, and performed the operation with heroic resolution. He whose cruelty...father appeared to be that of a youthful and handsome man."ssss " Every thing being now ready for sea, the women were ordered to leave the ship : many of...
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Saturday night

Saturday night - 1824
...performed the operation with heroic resolution. He whoce cruelty had caused this frightful exhibition wag evidently amused at the horror with which we viewed...whence he had taken it. The features were as perfect as wnen in life, and though the daughter was quite grown up, the head of her father appeared to be that...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

English poetry - 1824
...show it off to the best advantage, and, when no purchaser was to be found, replaced it in the hasket from whence he had taken it. The features were as...appeared to be that of a youthful and handsome man." This touching example of filial piety, we learn, afterwards — married her father's murderer. But...
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The Monthly critical gazette, Volume 1

1824
...turned it various ways to show it off to the best advantage, and when no purchaser was to be fount!, replaced it in the basket from whence he had taken...was quite grown up, the head of her father appeared a youthful and handsome man." The process by which the New Zealanders preserve the heads of iheir friends...
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Asiatic Journal, Volume 17

Asia - 1824
...hair, which was long and black, offered to sell it to us for an axe, turned it in various ways to shew it off to the best advantage, and when no purchaser...to be found, replaced it in the basket from whence lie had taken it. The features were as perfect as when in life, and though the daughter was quite grown...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 31

English literature - 1825
...incision was so deep as to cause a gush of blood ; but she seemed quite insensible to pain, and performed the operation with heroic resolution. ' He whose cruelty...appeared to be that of a youthful and handsome man.' — pp. 42, 43. It will readily be supposed, that the unfortunate beings reduced to slavery are not...
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