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1) 15. George Wither s evidence. XVIII. The Book-Trade, 15571625. Vol. 4. Prose and Poetry: Sir Thomas North to Michael Drayton. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes. 190721
...that booksellers were able to drive such good bargains that printers were mostly but small gainers and ofttimes losers. George Wither cannot be cited as an impartial...

2) 386. The Rights of Women-Spoken by Miss Fontenelle. Burns, Robert. 1909-14. Poems and Songs. The Harvard Classics
...are fled; Now, well-bred men—and you are all well-bred— Most justly think (and we are much the gainers) Such conduct neither spirit, wit, nor manners. For Right the...

3) IV. New Amsterdam becomes New YorkThe Beginning of English Rule. 1664-1674.. Roosevelt, Theodore. 1906. New York
...were guaranteed their full civil and religious rights, and as a matter of fact they were gainers rather than losers by the change. Their interests were as carefully...

4) Paras. 125-149. Burke, Edmund. 1909-14. Reflections on the French Revolution. The Harvard Classics
...or a father, are only common homicide; and if the people are by any chance, or in any way, gainers by it, a sort of homicide much the most pardonable, and into which...

5) XIV. John Locke: Bibliography. Vol. 8. The Age of Dryden. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes. 190721
...the Trade of England. 1698. An Essay upon the Probable Methods of Making the People Gainers in the Balance of Trade. 1699. A Discourse upon Grants and Resumptions....

6) God's Love to Fallen Man by John Wesley. Great Britain: I. (710-1777). Vol. III. Bryan, William Jennings, ed. 1906. The World's Famous Orations
...Apostle, Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also to love one another. 7 Such gainers may we be by Adam s fall, with regard both to the love of God and of our neighbor....

7) Act III. Scene II. Jonson, Ben. 1909-14. The Alchemist. The Harvard Classics
...132 Now see the most be made for my poor orphan; Though I desire the brethren, too, good gainers: There they are within. When you have view d and bought em, And ta...

8) IX. Containing Several Dialogues Between Jones and Partridge. Book VIII. Fielding, Henry. 1917. The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling. Vols. I & II. Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction
...speaking in behalf of his religion, he assured me the Catholicks did not expect to be any gainers by the change; for that Prince Charles was as good a Protestant...

9) 9. Uses of Great Men by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Matthews, Brander, ed. 1914. The Oxford Book of American Essays
...hand enrich us. We must extend the area of life, and multiply our relations. We are as much gainers by finding a new property in the old earth as by acquiring a new...

10) II. On the State of the Chersonesus by Demosthenes. Greece (432 B.C.-324 B.C.). Vol. I. Bryan, William Jennings, ed. 1906. The World's Famous Orations
...the state if these measures be neglected, and it will appear that we shall really be gainers by engaging heartily in this cause. Suppose some god should be our surety...

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