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" We may therefore acquiesce in the pleasing conclusion, that every age of the world has increased, and still increases, the real wealth, the happiness, the knowledge, and perhaps the virtue, of the human race. "
Progress of Russia in the West, North, and South, by opening the sources of ... - Стр. 36
авторы: David Urquhart - 1853 - Страниц: 438
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire, Том 6

Edward Gibbon - 1811
...have been successively propagated ; they can never be lost. We may therefore acquiesce in the pleasing conclusion, that every age of the world has increased, and still increases, the real wealth, the happiness, the knowledge, and perhaps the virtue, of the human race.p • In the ninth...
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The Elements of English Composition: Serving as a Sequel to the Study of Grammar

David Irving - 1821 - Страниц: 318
...have been successively propagated ; they can never be lost. We may therefore acquiesce in the pleasing conclusion, that every age of the world has increased, and still increases, the real wealth, the happiness, the knowledge, and perhaps the virtue, of the human race. History of the Roman...
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Gibbon's History of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, repr ..., Том 3

Edward Gibbon - 1826
...have been successively propagated ; they can never be lost. We may therefore acquiesce in the pleasing conclusion, that every age of the world has increased, and still increases, the real wealth, the * It is certain, however strange, that many nations have been ignorant of the use of fire....
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Public and Private Economy, Часть 1

Theodore Sedgwick - 1836
...favourable .opinions of human nature, and still he says, — " We may therefore acquiesce in the pleasing conclusion, that every age of the world has increased, and still increases, the real wealth, the happiness, the knowledge) and, perhaps, the virtue, of the human race." He need not have...
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The Torch

..." I readily acquiesce," says Gibbon, the celebrated historian, "I readily acquiesce in the pleasing conclusion, that every age of the world has increased, and still increases, the wealth, the happiness, the knowledge, and perhaps the virtue of the human race." " It is," says MrM'Culloch,...
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Progress of Russia in the West, North, and South: By Opening the Sources of ...

David Urquhart - 1853 - Страниц: 438
...learn from the example of Russia, with a proportion of improvement in the arts of peace ant( civil policy ! they themselves must deserve a name amongst...short years had thus sufficed to plant in Spain the fulcrum of Faction, hitherto unknown ; the levers were to be worked from afar, by what process it will...
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, with notes ..., Том 4

Edward Gibbon - 1854
...have been successively propagated ; they can never be lost. We may therefore acquiesce in the pleasing conclusion that every age of the world has increased and still increases the real wealth, the happiness, the knowledge, and perhaps the virtue, of the human race.15 11 It is certain,...
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Hints to Thinkers; or, Lectures for the times

William Edward Baxter - 1860 - Страниц: 251
...shall not be left in doubt as to the fact of progress, or refuse to acquiesce in Gibbon's pleasing conclusion, " that every age of the world has increased and still increases, the real wealth, — the happiness, the knowledge, and the virtue of the human race." Amidst the decay of empires...
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Issues of the Age; Or, Consequences Involved in Modern Thought

Henry C. Pedder - 1874 - Страниц: 166
...which induced so high an authority as Gibbon to remark : " We may, therefore, acquiesce in the pleasing conclusion that, every age of the world has increased, and still increases, the real wealth, the happiness, the knowledge, and perhaps the virtue, of the human race."| I " necline and...
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Materials and Models for Latin Prose Composition

John Young Sargent, T. F. Dallin - 1875 - Страниц: 361
...have been successively propagated, they can never be lost. We may therefore acquiesce in the pleasing conclusion, that every age of the world has increased and still increases, the real wealth, the happiness, the knowledge, and perhaps the virtue of the human race. — Gibbon. CICERO,...
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