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" Europeans so frequently confounded ; the latter having been stationary at least as long as we have known them, while the slightest impulse seems sufficient to give a determination to the Japanese character, which would progressively improve until it attained... "
The Mythology of the Hindus - Стр. 330
авторы: Charles Coleman - 1832 - Страниц: 401
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The Pamphleteer, Том 8

Abraham John Valpy - 1816
...than among the Chinese, with whom they are hy Europeans so frequently confounded ; the latter have been stationary at least as long as we have known...would progressively improve until it attained the sjme height of civilization with the European. Nothing indeed is so offensive to the feelings of a...
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Verhandelingen. Deel 1,2, 3e druk; 3,4, 2e druk; 5-.

Koninklijk bataviaasch genootschap van kunsten en wetenschappen - 1816
...frequently confounded ; the latter have been stationary at least as long as we have known them, but the slightest impulse seems sufficient to give a determination to the Japanese chaiacter, which would progressively improve until it attained the same height of civilization with...
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The Journal of Science and the Arts, Том 2,Выпуск 3

1817
...by Europeans so frequently confounded ; the latter have been stationary at least as long as we hare known them, while the slightest impulse seems sufficient...to be compared in any one respect with the Chinese. The people are said to have a strong inclination to foreign intercourse, notwithstanding the political...
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Annual Register, Том 58

Edmund Burke - 1817
...than among the Chinese, with whom they are by Europeans so frequently confounded ; the latter have been stationary at least as long as we have known...character, which would progressively improve until it cttained the same height of civilization with the European. Nothing indeed is so offensive to the feelings...
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The Quarterly Journal of Science and the Arts, Том 2

1817
...than among the Chinese, with whom they are by Europeans so frequently confounded ; the latter have been stationary at least as long as we have known...to be compared in any one respect with the Chinese. The people are said to have a strong inclination to foreign intercourse, notwithstanding the political...
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Geography, Illustrated on a Popular Plan: For the Use of Schools and Young ...

Sir Richard Phillips - 1820 - Страниц: 740
...frequently confounded: the latter have been stnBB tionary at least as long as we have known them, wide the slightest impulse seems sufficient to give a determination...civilization with the European. Nothing indeed is » offensive to the feelings of a Japanese as to be compared in any one respect with the Chinese. Unlike...
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A Geographical View of the World: Embracing the Manners, Customs, and ...

Sir Richard Phillips - 1826 - Страниц: 452
...than among the Chinese, with whom they arc by Europeans so frequently confounded : the latter have been stationary at least as long as we have known...to be compared in any one respect with the Chinese. Unlike the Chinese, the women here are by no means secluded — they associate among themselves, like...
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A Geographical View of the World: Embracing the Manners, Customs and ...

Sir Richard Phillips, James Gates Percival - 1838 - Страниц: 452
...than among the Chinese, with whim they are by Europeans so frequently confounded : the latter have been stationary at least as long as we have known...impulse seems sufficient to give a determination to ..he Japanese character, which would progressively improve until it attained the same height of civilization...
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China; political, commercial, and social; an official report, Том 1

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1847
...we have known them, whilst the slightest impulse seems sufficient to give determination to the Japan character, which would progressively improve until...attained the same height of civilization with the Europeans. Nothing is so offensive to a Japanese, as to be compared in any one respect with the Chinese,...
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China: Political, Commercial, and Social; in an Official Report to ..., Том 1

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1847 - Страниц: 502
...\ve have known them, whilst the slightest impulse seems sufficient to give determination to the Japan character, which would progressively improve until...attained the same height of civilization with the Europeans. tions being unguardedly asserted, the Japanese laid his hand upon his sword. The people...
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