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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
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Том 3

Edward Gibbon - 1875
...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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Deterioration and the Elevation of Man Through Race Education, Том 1

Samuel Royce - 1877
...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." Thus with the practice...
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Deterioration and Race Education: With Practical Application to the ...

Samuel Royce - 1877 - Страниц: 585
...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." Thus with the practice...
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The Writer's Handbook, a Guide to the Art of Composition, Embracing a ...

1888 - Страниц: 555
...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. — (The History of...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Том 4

Edward Gibbon - 1901
...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 ace. 16 "The merit of discovery...
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Composition and Style

Robert D. Blackman - 1908 - Страниц: 320
...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. — (The History of...
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The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind, Том 2

Herbert George Wells - 1920
...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." §12* One of the...
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The Idea of Progress: An Inquiry Into Its Origin and Growth

John Bagnell Bury - 1920 - Страниц: 377
...that which oppressed the arms and institutions of Rome, he allows us to " 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." "The discoveries of...
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The Conquest of Epidemic Disease: A Chapter in the History of Ideas

Charles-Edward Amory Winslow - 1980 - Страниц: 411
...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." In England the world...
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The Idea of Progress in Eighteenth-century Britain

David Spadafora, James Spada - 1990 - Страниц: 464
...original barbarism." Hopes might continue to be held since mankind could "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." Consequently, when...
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