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" Queen hears and reads with horror of the sufferings which the brute creation often undergo from the thoughtlessness of the ignorant, and she fears also sometimes from experiments in the pursuit of science. For the removal of the former the Queen trusts... "
The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year - Page 61
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The Doctor, Volume 4

1874
...and, with regard to the pursuit of science, she hopes that the entire advantage of those ausesthetic discoveries from which man has derived so much benefit himself in the alleviation of buffering may be freely extended to the lower animals." This shows her Majesty's thoughts of vivisection,...
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Plea for Mercy to Animals: I. Claims of the Lower Animals to Humane ...

James Macaulay - Animal rights - 1875 - 160 pages
...expression publicly of Her Majesty's warm interest in the success of the efforts which are being made here and abroad for the purpose of diminishing the cruelties...with gratification that her son and daughter-in-law show their interest and sympathy by presenting those prizes at your meeting. Her Majesty desires me...
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The Annual Register, Volume 116

Edmund Burke - History - 1875
...education, and in regard to the pursuit of science she hopes that the entire advantage of those anesthetic discoveries from which man has derived so much benefit...prizes. Her Majesty begs to announce a donation of 100?. to the funds of the society." 23. BENGAL FAMINE. — At a meeting of the Executive Committee...
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Vivisection. The Royal society for the prevention of cruelty to animals, and ...

Animal welfare - 1876
...fear that this is sometimes the case from experiments in the pursuit of science, — and to a hope that the entire advantage of those anaesthetic discoveries,...suffering, may be fully extended to the lower animals. We believe that these are the sentiments of Your Majesty's subjects generally. The present feeling...
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Vivisection

1876 - 224 pages
...fear that this is sometimes the case from experiments in the pursuit of science, — and to a hope that the entire advantage of those anaesthetic discoveries,...suffering, may be fully extended to the lower animals. We believe that these are the sentiments of Your Majesty's subjects generally. The present feeling...
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Our queen: a sketch of the life and times of Victoria. By the author of ...

1882
...abroad for the purpose of diminishing the cruelties practised on dumb animals. The Queen reads and hears with horror of the sufferings which the brute creation...prizes. Her Majesty begs to announce a donation of 100 to the funds of the society." On the 13th of May the Czar of Russia came to England on a visit...
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Life of Her Majesty Queen Victoria

George Barnett Smith - 1887 - 438 pages
...education, and in regard to the pursuit of science she hopes that the entire advantage of those anesthetic discoveries from which man has derived so much benefit...suffering may be fully extended to the lower animals.' The interesting festival of Hallowe'en was celebrated on a great scale at Balmoral on the 4th of November....
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Animals' Friend

1896
...great satisfaction to all advocates of the merciful treatment of animals. In this letter it was said, " The Queen hears and reads with horror of the sufferings...suffering, may be fully extended to the lower animals." On this latter point it is surely unworthy conduct on the part of courtly physicians to have withheld...
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The beautiful life and illustrious reign of Queen Victoria: a memorial volume...

John Rusk - 1901 - 511 pages
...efforts which are being made at home and abroad for the purpose of diminishing the cruelties practiced on dumb animals. The Queen hears and reads with horror...suffering may be fully extended to the lower animals." The interesting festival of Hallowe'en was celebrated on a great scale at Balmoral on the 4th of November....
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The Beautiful Life and Illustrious Reign of Queen Victoria

John Rusk - Queens - 1901 - 492 pages
...trusts much to the progress of education, and in regard to the pursuit of science she hopes that tho entire advantage of those anaesthetic discoveries...suffering may be fully extended to the lower animals." The interesting festival of Hallowe'en was celebrated on a great scale at Balmoral on the 4th of November....
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