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They must suppress the workings of British philanthropy, seeking to meliorate the condition of the unfortunate West Indian slave.
Some years ago several pious individuals undertook to meliorate the condition of the prisons.
AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR INFLUENCEALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE ET AL.
Their adoption would promote the public service and meliorate the condition of the Army.
Why the hills behind Cladich, that people call tame, make a background that no art might meliorate.
May goodness, which thy heart did once enthrone, Emit one ray to meliorate my own!
I do not find that a succession of crops has yet been attempted; surely it would help to meliorate and improve the soil.
I have no interest distinct from that which has a tendency to meliorate the situation of mankind.
Such men as Gladstone and Bright, who are seeking by wise legislation to remove or meliorate the evils of centuries of injustice.
Rather let us say that that is very natural which nature permits us to meliorate in her handiwork.
There is room enough in this country for us; and if they be our friends, let them meliorate our condition here.
THOUGHTS ON AFRICAN COLONIZATIONWILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON

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