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" But to say that the Hindoos or Mussulmans are deficient in any essential feature of a civilized people, is an assertion which I can scarcely suppose to be made by any who have lived with them. Their manners are at least as pleasing and courteous as those... "
The British Colonial Library, [comprising a Popular and Authentic ... - 308 페이지
저자: Robert Montgomery Martin - 1837
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, 48권

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, Henry Reeve, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1828
...beneficially in a growing neglect of caste.' (Vol. ii. p. 306.) ' To say that the Hindoos or Mussulmans are deficient in any essential feature of a civilized...are, at least, as pleasing and courteous as those in the corresponding stations of life among ourselves ; their houses are larger, and, according to...
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Missionary Register, 15권

1827
...which they occasioned to have entirely sunk into a calm. But to say that the Hindoos or Mussulmans are deficient in any essential feature of a civilized...manners are at least as pleasing and courteous as those in the corresponding stations of life among ourselves : their houses are larger ; and, according to...
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The Quarterly Review, 35권

1827
...which they occasioned to have entirely sunk into a calm. But to say that the Hindoos or Mussulmans are deficient in any essential feature of a civilized...manners are at least as pleasing and courteous as those in the corresponding stations of life among ourselves ; their houses are larger, and, according to...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, 23권

1827
...which they occasioned to have entirely sunk into a calm. But to say that the Hindoos or Mussulmans are deficient in any essential feature of a civilized...manners are at least as pleasing and courteous as those in the corresponding stations of life among ourselves ; their houses are larger, and, according to...
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The Quarterly Review, 35권

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - 1827
...which they occasioned to have entirely sunk into a calm. But to say that the Hindoos or Mussulmans are deficient in any essential feature of a civilized...manners are at least as pleasing and courteous as those in the corresponding stations of life among ourselves ; their houses are larger, and, according to...
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The Friend of Peace, 4권

Noah Worcester - 1827
...military service to any other means of livelihood. " But to say that the Mindoos or Mussulmans arc deficient in any essential feature of a civilized...manners are at least as pleasing and courteous as those in the corresponding stations of life among ourselves ; their houses are larger, and, according to...
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Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign India ..., 23권

1827
...which they occasioned to have entirely sunk into a calm. But to say that the Hindoos or Mussulmans are deficient in any essential feature of a civilized people, is an assertion which Г can scarcely suppose to be made by any who have lived with them. Their manners are at least as pleasing...
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The American Quarterly Review, 7-8호

Robert Walsh - 1828
...anxious to attract them to a better or more harmless system. To say that the Hindoos or Mussulmans are deficient in any essential feature of a civilized...are, at least, as pleasing and courteous as those in the corresponding stations of life among ourselves ; their bouses are larger, and, according to...
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The Christian Observer, 27권

1828
...which they occasioned to have entirely sunk into a calm. But to say that the Hindoos or Mussulman, are deficient in any essential feature of a civilized...manners are at least as pleasing and courteous as those in the corresponding stations of life among ourselves ; their houses are larger, and, according to...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1828
...which they occasioned to have entirely sunk into a calm-. But to say that the Hindoos or Mussulmans are deficient in any essential feature of a civilized...manners are at least as pleasing and courteous as those in the corresponding stations of life among ourselves; their houses aré larger, and, according to...
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