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" ... appear to be, of the value of commerce, the art of a civilized life, and the lights of literature; which, if they have abated the force of... "
The Magazine of Magazines: Compiled from Original Pieces, with Extracts from ... - 416 페이지
1757
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The present state of the British Empire in Europe, America, Africa and Asia

1768 - 486 페이지
...to fhew too, in the ftrongeft light, to what an inconceiveable degree of barbarity the paffions of men let loofe will carry them. It will point out to us the advantages of religion that teaches a companion to our enemies^ which is neither known nor practiled in other religions;...
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Considerations on the state of the world with regard to the theory of ...

Edmund Law (bp. of Carlisle.) - 1774
...who, after defcribmg one of theraoft fliocking inftances of barbarity among the Americans, adds, ' It will point out to us the advantages of a religion...pradtifed in other religions ; and it will make us "more fenfible, than fome appear to be, of the value of commerce, the arts of a civilized life, and the lights...
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An historical miscellany

Historical miscellany - 1774
...to fhew too, in the ftfongeft liglit, to what an inconceivable degree of barbanty tlie paffions of men let loofe will carry them. It will point out to...religion that teaches a companion to our enemies, which It neither known nor practifed in other religions ; and it will make us more fenfible than fome appear...
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Considerations on the Theory of Religion: In Three Parts ... To which are ...

Edmund Law - 1774 - 444 페이지
...writer; who, after defcribing one of themoft fhocking inftances of barbarity among the Americans, adds, ' It will point out to us the advantages of a religion that teaches a compaflion to our enemies, which is neither known nor prailifed in other religions; and it will make...
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The history of North America. 2nd Amer. ed

Cooper (rev. mr.) - 1795
...light, to What ;tu inconceivable degree of barbarity the pillions of men let loofe will carry then}. It will point out to us the advantages of a religion that teaches a compalfion to our enemies, which is neither known nor practifed in other religions ; and it will make...
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An Account of the European Settlements in America: Containing an ..., 1권

Edmund Burke - 1808
...in the strongest light, to what an inconceivable degree of barbarity the passions of men let loose •will carry them. It will point out to us the advantages of a religion that teaches a compassion to our enemies, which is neither known nor practised is other religions; and it will make...
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An Account of the European Settlements in America: Containing an ..., 1권

Edmund Burke, William Burke - 1808
...strongest light, to what an inconceivable degree of barbarity the passions of men let loose will car?y them. It will point out to us the advantages of a religion that teaches a compassion to our enemies, which is neither known nor practised in other religions; and it will make...
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The works of Edmund Burke, 9권

Edmund Burke - 1839
...in the strongest light, to what an inconceivable degree of barbarity the passions of men let loose will carry them. It will point out to us the advantages of a religion that teaches a compassion to our enemies, which is neither known nor practised in other religions ; and it will make...
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The Burke-Wollstonecraft Debate: Savagery, Civilization, and Democracy

Daniel I. O'Neill - 2010 - 291 페이지
...strongest terms possible, "to what an inconceivable degree of barbarity the passions of men let loose will carry them. It will point out to us the advantages of a religion that teaches a compassion to our enemies, which is neither known nor practiced in other religions" (1:199-200). In...
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The Universal Magazine, 20권

1757
...the ftrongeft light, to what an inconceiveable degree of barbarity the paiïions of men, let leofe, will carry them. It will point out to us the advantages...companion to our enemies, which is neither known nor praniied in other reKgions ; and it will make us more fenfible, than fouie appear to be, of the value...
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