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" ... he would have undergone the fate of Romulus. It is probable that Numa concerted his measures with great prudence, and deceived the Romans with a view to their advantage, with an address, suited to the time, the place, and the genius of that people.... "
The Oxford Magazine: Or, Universal Museum - 52. oldal
1771
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The Monthly Review, 44. kötet

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1771
...Auguftus, was promoted by him, after fatisfactioa hud been given, to ihe empty honour of the confulfhip : It is probable, that Numa concerted his meafures with...genius of that people. •, . ,;, Mahomet was twenty Iimes on the pojnt of mifcarrying; but, at length, he fucceeded with the inhabitants of Medina, and...

Annual Register, 14. kötet

Edmund Burke - 1772
...gods to deceive mankind," he would have undergone the fate of Romulus. It is probable, that Nurria concerted his meafures with great prudence, and deceived the Romans, with a. view to their advantage, v.'ith an addrcfr, fuited to the time^ • the place, and the genius of that people. Mahomet was twenty...

Annual Register, 14. kötet

1803
...undergone the fate of Romulus. It is probable, that Nurna. concerted his meafures with great prudence.and deceived the Romans, with a view to their advantage,...times on the point of mifcarrying ; but, at length, he fucceded with the inhabitants of Medina, and was believed to be the intimate friend of the angel Gabriel....

The Mirror of Taste, and Dramatic Censor, 4. kötet

1811
...mankind," he would have undergone the fate of Romulus. It is probable that Numa concerted his measures with great prudence, and deceived the Romans with a view to their advantage, with an address, suited to the time, the place, and the genius of that people. Mahomet was twenty times on...

The Nic-Nac; or, oracle of knowledge, 4. kötet

1826
...mankind," he would have undergone the fate of Romulus. It is probable, that Numa concerted his measures with great prudence, and deceived the Romans with a view to their advantage, with an address, suited to the time, the place, and the genius of that people. Mahomet was twenty times on...

The Lion [ed. by R. Carlile]., 1. kötet

...mankind," he would have undergone the fate of Romulus. It is probable, that Numa concerted his measures with great prudence, and deceived the Romans, with a view to' their advantage, and with an address, suited to the time, the place, and the genius of that people. Mahomet was twenty...




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