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" The beadle, who performed it, had filled his left hand with red ochre, through which, after every stroke, he drew the lash of his whip, leaving the appearance of a wound upon the skin, but in reality not hurting him at all. "
Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions &c - Página 234
1824
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 7

1824
...from the stone-house to the high arch, and bark aguin. He seemed lo ihew £rrat fortitude, but it was all an imposition upon the public. The beadle, who...filled his left hand with red ochre, through which, lifter evfrr Mroke, he drew the lash of his whip, leaving the appearance of n wound upon the skin,...
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Letters. Papers in the Connoisseur. Fragments of a commentary on Paradise lost

William Cowper - 1837
...from the stonehouse to the high arch, and back again. He seemed to show great fortitude, but it was all an imposition upon the public. The beadle, who...him at all. This being perceived by Mr. Constable Hinschcomb, who followed the beadle, he applied his cane, without any such management or precaution,...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 18

1849
...to the high arch and back again. He seemed to show great fortitude, but it was all an imposition on the public. The beadle who performed it, had filled...lash of his whip, leaving the appearance of a wound on the skin, but in reality not hurting him at all. This being perceived by Mr. Constable H , who followed...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 18

1849
...show great fortitude, but it was all an imposition on the public. The beadle who performed it, liad 0 Ϋ on the skin, but in reality not hurting him at all. This being perceived by Mr. Constable H , who followed...
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1850
...to the high arch and back again. He seemed to show great fortitude, but it was all an imposition on the public. The beadle, who performed it, had filled...the lash of his whip, leaving the appearance of a I wound on the skin, but in reality not I hurting him at all. This being perceived " by Mr. Constable...
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The Works of William Cowper: His Life, Letters, and Poems. Now First ...

William Cowper - 1851 - 749 páginas
...from the stonehouse to the high arch and back again. He seemed to show great fortitude, but it was all an imposition upon the public. The beadle, who performed it, had rilled his left hand with red ochre, through which after every stroke he drew the lash of his whip,...
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The Works of William Cowper, Volume 3

William Cowper - 1854
...seemed to show great fortitude, but it was all an imposition upon the public. The beadle, who performed, had filled his left hand with red ochre, through which,...him at all. This being perceived by Mr. Constable Hinschcomb, who followed the beadle, he applied his cane, without any such management or precaution,...
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The Life of William Cowper, Esq, Volumes 1-2

Robert Southey - 1858
...from the stone-house to the high arch, and back again. He seemed to show great fortitude, but it was all an imposition upon the public. The beadle, who...whip, leaving the appearance of a wound upon the skin, hut in reality not hurting him at all. This being perceived by Mr. Constable H , who followed the beadle,...
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The Bible Christian magazine, a continuation of the Arminian magazine

Bible Christians - 1869
...Molly Boswell, convicted as a thief. " He seemed to show great fortitude," writes Cowper, "but it was all an imposition upon the public. The beadle who performed it had filled his hand with red ochre, through which, after every stroke, he drew the lash of his whip, leaving the appearance...
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Records of Buckinghamshire, Volume 4

1870
...seemed to show great fortitude ; but it was all an imposition on the public. The beadle who whipped him, had filled his left hand with red ochre, through which,...appearance of a wound upon the skin, but in reality never hurting him at all. This being perceived by the constable, who followed the beadle to see that...
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