Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Christian England” in part 1.4, chapter 1.5 of Henry Morton Stanley, Dorothy Stanley, The Autobiography of Sir Henry Morton Stanley:

...shable, and excite no interest. Their only fault was that they had become old, or so enfeebled by toil and sickness that they could no longer sustain themselves, and this is so heinous and grave in Christian England that it is punished by the loss of their liberty, and they are made slaves. At one time in English history such wretches were left to die by the wayside; at another time, they incurred the suspic...
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