Which preposition to use with humanity

of Occurrences 154%

There may be nothing new under the sun, but it does seem to be a fair claim to make for Froebel that no one before or since his time has more fully realised the value to humanity of what in childhood goes by the name of play.

in Occurrences 153%

In general, the younger the mountain-landscapes,younger, I mean, with reference to the time of their emergence from the ice of the glacial period,the less separable are they into artistic bits capable of being made into warm, sympathetic, lovable pictures with appreciable humanity in them.

as Occurrences 41%

I had seen enough during my inspection of the Russian prisons as a journalist to know that there, in strangled Finland, I should not be treated with the same consideration or humanity as in Petersburg or Warsaw.

to Occurrences 41%

The robber who had taken Silvia, seeing the terror she was in, bid her not be alarmed, for that he was only going to carry her to a cave where his captain lived, and that she need not be afraid, for their captain had an honourable mind, and always shewed humanity to women.

at Occurrences 37%

The industry which means more than any other to the well-being of humanity at this crisis, is the sport of methods outgrown and of servants who lack understanding and inspiration.

from Occurrences 25%

The variations of humanity from righteousness must be deeply understood.

by Occurrences 25%

It would be infamousinfamous without power in the language for comparisonif we should requite their humanity by stirring up servile strife.

with Occurrences 25%

Rosalind in search of a vote has supplied humanity with a new type who snatched from her testifyings a grace beyond the reach of Arden.

than Occurrences 24%

Year after year I walked its shores without discovering any other trace of humanity than the remains of an Indian camp-fire, and the thigh-bones of a deer that had been broken to get at the marrow.

for Occurrences 22%

I do not say that the consistent practice of these principles will bring the millennium in the twinkling of an eye, but I do affirm that they are the thought-germs of that better education which shall prepare humanity for the new earth over which shall arch the new heaven.

on Occurrences 20%

Until that time I had thought an Indian was the meanest specimen of humanity on the face of the earth; but I have come to know different, an' am yet gettin' fresh proof.

into Occurrences 13%

No wonder we are not missed, when we drop out of the babbling conglomerate of humanity into silence," he added bitterly.

after Occurrences 12%

Having made all arrangements, Nelson went down to his cabin and wrote this prayer: "May the great God whom I worship grant to my country, and for the benefit of Europe in general, a great and glorious victory; and may no misconduct in any one tarnish it, and may humanity after victory be the predominant feature in the British fleet!

through Occurrences 9%

DIFFICULTY Mr. Andrews whose love for India is equalled only by his love for England and whose mission in life is to serve God, i.e., humanity through India, has contributed remarkable articles to the 'Bombay Chronicle' on the Khilafat movement.

towards Occurrences 8%

The Bruxellois, the women in particular, have testified the utmost humanity towards the poor sufferers.

out Occurrences 7%

Here, then, we have a city in which some hundred thousand people rise every morning and do not know how to get a living, who have no fixed occupation, because there is not enough industrial development to reach that methodical application of labor which lifted humanity out of the prehistoric forests.

against Occurrences 6%

Such poems as "The Cry of the Children," which voices the protest of humanity against child labor, appealed tremendously to the readers of the age, and this young woman's fame as a poet temporarily overshadowed that of Tennyson and Browning.

without Occurrences 4%

No poet can ignore it or try to limit it to humanity without a loss to his work.

before Occurrences 4%

Humble as I am, God the Almighty has selected me to represent the cause of humanity before you.

about Occurrences 3%

If all the facts that have been deposed to against him are true, there is not a spark of humanity about him.

during Occurrences 3%

This achievement is the result of long years of untiring, unselfish, and zealous effort on the part of our beloved Teacher and Leader, the Reverend Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, who nearly thirty years ago began to lay the foundation of this temple, and whose devotion and consecration to God and humanity during the intervening years have made its erection possible.

behind Occurrences 3%

I must not omit that it was this second lion who treated me with so much humanity behind the scenes.

among Occurrences 3%

Charity begins at home, and the wider spirit of human love and helpfulness which passes beyond the narrow bounds of the family hearth has perhaps to find an intermediate sphere before it can unfold itself and expand in the great field of Humanity among all colours and races.

toward Occurrences 3%

With this view I would suggest that Congress might authorize the President to enter into a general agreement with the Colonization Society binding them to receive on the coast of Africa, from an agent there, all the captured Africans which may be delivered to him, and to maintain them for a limited period, upon such terms and conditions as may combine humanity toward these unfortunates with a just economy.

under Occurrences 3%

And the family could picture that young fellow, one of themselves, going off through the deserts, carrying the good seed of humanity under the spreading sky into unknown climes.

Which preposition to use with  humanity