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" But now the great map of mankind is unrolled at once, and there is no state or gradation of barbarism, and no mode of refinement, which we have not at the same moment under our view... "
The Monthly Review - 237. oldal
1802
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1802
...from iu comparative youth, is but a poor instructor. When the Egyptians called the Greeks Children ifi Antiquities, we may well call them Children ; and so we may call all those nation* which were able to trace the progress of society only within their own limits. But now the...

A Brief Retrospect of the Eighteenth Century: Part First; in Two ..., 1. kötet

Samuel Miller - 1803
...possessed by man. " When the " Egyptians," says a modem eloquent writer, " called the Greeks children in Antiquities, we may " well call them children;...call all " those nations which were able to trace the pro" gress of society only within their own limits. " But now the great map of mankind is unrolled...

A Brief Retrospect of the Eighteenth Century: Part First; in Two ..., 1. kötet

Samuel Miller - 1803 - 519 oldal
...call them children ; and so we may call all fs those nations which were able to trace the profe gress of society only within their own limits. " But now the great map of mankind is unrolled fs at once, and there is no state or gradation of " barbarism, and no mode of refinement, which " we...

A Brief Retrospect of the Eighteenth Century: Part the First in ..., 2. kötet

Samuel Miller - 1805
...Greeks children in Antiquities, we may well calf them children ; and so we may call all those na-, tions which were able to trace the progress of society only...and there is no state or gradation of barbarism, and no modeof refinement, which we have not at the same momerit under our view : the very different civility...

THE BRITISH CRITIC

robert finch - 1806
...them children ; and fo we may call all thofc nations which were able to trace the progrcfs of fociety only within their own limits. But now the great map of mankind is unrolled at once, and there is no fta*e or gradation of barbarifm, and no mode of refinement, which we have v,o: at the fame moment under...

The History of Scotland During the Reigns of Queen Mary and of ..., 1. kötet

William Robertson - 1806
...Children ; and fo we may call all *' thofe nations which were able to trace the progrek 'f of fociety only within their own limits. But now '' the great...of Mankind is unrolled at once, *' and there is no ftate or gradation of barbarifm, " and no mode of refinement, which we have not W at the fame moment...

The British Critic, 27. kötet

1806
...them children ; and fo we may call all thofc nations which were able to trace the progrefs of focietv only within their own limits. But now the great map of mankind is unrolk-d at once, and there is no ftate or gradation of barbarifm, and no mode of refinement, which...

The History of Scotland, During the Reigns of Queen Mary and of ..., 1. kötet

William Robertson - 1811
...its comparative youth, is but a poor in" structor. When the Egyptians called the Greeks chil" dren in antiquities, we may well call them children ; and..." there is no state or gradation of barbarism, and no mode " of refinement which we have not at the same moment un" der our view ; the very different...

Biographical Memoirs, of Adam Smith, LL. D., of William Robertson, D. D. and ...

Dugald Stewart - 1811 - 532 oldal
...youth, is but a poor instructor. " When the Egyptians called the Greeks Children in Anti" quities, we may well call them Children ; and so we may " call...Mankind is unrolled at once, and there is no state w or gradation of barbarism, and no mode of refinement " which we have not at the same moment under...

The historical works of William Robertson, with an account of his life and ...

William Robertson, George Gleig (bp. of Brechin.) - 1813
...from its comparative youth, is but a poor instructor. When the Egyptians railed the Greeks children in antiquities, we may well call them children; and...able to trace the progress of society only within I heir own limits. But now the great map of mankind is unfolded at once, and there is no state or gradation...




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