Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Cobden” in chapter 1.1 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 30.:
...t. Only in the case of others do we see things as they really are. Ceasing to be individually interested, we then at once become nothing unless critical. So, when it comes to rebellions, we, like Cobden 's Englishmen, are wont almost invariably to sympathize with everybody's rebels but our own. Our souls spontaneously go forth to Celt, Pole, Hungarian, Boer, and Hindoo; but, when we are concerned...
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