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" Diminish carriage expense but one farthing," said he, " and you widen the circle of intercourse ; you form, as it were, a new creation, not only of stones and earth, and trees and plants, but of men also, and, what is more, of industry, happiness, and... "
Recreations in Agriculture, Natural-history, Arts, and Miscellaneous Literature - Page 214
by James Anderson - 1803
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Roads and Highways: Communicated to the Editor of The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia

Robert Stevenson - Edinburgh encyclopaedia - 1824 - 12 pages
...before, and thus become the sources of wealth and prosperity to many individuals. Diminish the expense of carriage but one farthing, and you widen the circle...form as it were, a new creation, not only of stones ind earth, and trees, and plants, but men also ; and what is more, of industry and happiness." In France,...
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The Roads and Railroads, Vehicles, and Modes of Travelling, of Ancient and ...

Bridges - 1839 - 340 pages
...to many individuals. Diminish the expense of carriage but one farthing, and you widen the circles, you form as it were a new creation, not only of stones...plants, but of men also, and what is more, of industry and happiness." The roads chiefly to be spoken of in these pages are great or considerable roads ;...
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On Modern Carriage-ways: Being a Paper Read Before the Sheffield Literary ...

1843 - 24 pages
...шипу individuals. Diminish the expense of carriage hut one farthing, and you widen the circles : you form as it were a new creation, not only of stones, earth, and trees, and plants, but of mm also, and what is more, of industry and happiness." The law...
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A Practical Treatise on Making and Repairing Roads

Edmund Leahy - Roads - 1844 - 306 pages
...before, and thus become the sources of wealth and prosperity to many individuals. Diminish the expense of carriage but one farthing, and you widen the circle...plants, but of men also ; and what is more, of industry and happiness." The Abbe Renel remarks, " Let us travel over all the countries of the earth, and, wherever...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 7

Christianity - 1844
...to many individuals. Diminish the expense of carriage but one farthing, and you widen the circles ; you form as it were a new creation, not only of stones...plants, but of men also, and, what is more, of industry and happiness." In a more detailed history of roads than our limits will allow us to sketch, some notice...
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A history of the English railway: its social relations and ..., Volumes 1-2

John Francis (of the Bank of England.) - Railroads and state - 1851
...of a new idea. " Diminish carriage expense but one farthing," he said with the utmost confidence, " and you widen the circle ; you form, as it were, a...plants, but of men also, and, what is more, of industry, happiness, and joy." Farmers, said this gentleman, would make bye-roads of the same sort, to lead to...
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A History of the English Railway, Its Social Relations and Revelations: 1820 ...

John Francis - Railroads - 1851
...of a new idea. " Diminish carriage expense but one farthing," he said with the utmost confidence, " and you widen the circle ; you form, as it were, a...not only of stones and earth, and trees and plants, hut of men also, and, what is more, of industry, happiness, and joy." Farmers, said this gentleman,...
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The Life of George Stephenson: Railway Engineer

Samuel Smiles - Locomotives - 1857 - 546 pages
..." Diminish carriage expense but one farthing," said he, " and you widen the circle of intercourse ; you form, as it were, a new creation, not only of...plants, but of men also, and, what is more, of industry, happiness, and joy." The cost of all articles of human consumption would, he alleged, be thus reduced,...
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The life of George Stephenson, railway engineer

Samuel Smiles, Robert Stephenson - Transportation - 1857 - 486 pages
..." Diminish carriage expense but one farthing," said he, " and you widen the circle of intercourse ; you form, as it were, a new creation, not only of...plants, but of men also, and, what is more, of industry, happiness, and joy." The cost of all articles of human consumption would, he alleged, be thus reduced,...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 51

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, John Holmes Agnew, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis - Periodicals - 1858
...' Diminish carriage expense but one farthing,' said he, ' and yon widen the circle of intercourse ; you form, as it were, a new creation, not only of...plants, but of men also, and, what is more, of industry, happiness, and joy." The cost of all articles of human consumption would, he alleged, be thus reduced,...
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