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" But these representations have no reference or connection, either to any known history, or the mythology of the Gentoos. They had continued in a tolerable state of preservation and wholeness, considering the remoteness of their antiquity, until the arrival... "
A voyage to China: including a visit to the Bombay presidency; the Mahratta ... - Page 182
by Julius Berncastle - 1850
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - History - 1795
...connection, either to any known history, or the mythology of the Gentoos. They had continued in a tolerable state of preservation and wholeness, considering the...suffering any idols but their own, they must have been at even some pains to maim and deface them, as they now remain, considering the hardness of the stone....
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Kirby's Wonderful and Scientific Museum: Or, Magazine of ..., Volume 3

R. S. Kirby - Characters and characteristics - 1805
...tolerable stale of preservation, considering the remoteness of their antiquity, till the arr rival of the Portuguese, who made themselves masters of...not suffering any idols but their own, they must, considering the hardness of the stone, have been at considerable pains to maim and deface them, in...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1823
...connection either to any knowa history or the mythology of the Gentoos. They had continued in a tolerable state of preservation and wholeness, considering the...place ; and in the blind fury of their bigotry, not snlV. i °иг any idols but their own, they must have even been at some pains to maim and deface them,...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository

...connexion either to any known history or the mythology of the Gentoos. They had continued in a tolerable state of preservation and wholeness, considering the...suffering any idols but their own, they must have been even at some pains to deface them as they now remain, considering the hardness of the stone. It is...
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Treasury of nature, science, and art, ed. by W. Anderson

Treasury - 1853
...connexion either to any known history or the mythology of the Gentoos. They had continued in a tolerable state of preservation and wholeness, considering the...suffering any idols but their own, they must have even been at some pains to maim and deface them as they now remain, considering the hardness of the...
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The rock-temples of Elephanta or Gh‚r‚purÓ

James Burgess - Art - 1871
...remembered, but materially exaggerated in his time: he says the figures " had " also continued ina tolerable state of preservation and wholeness, considering the...any idols but their own, they " must have been at even some pains to maim and deface them, as they now remain, consi" dering the hardness of the stone,...
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The Rock Temples of Elephanta Or Gh‚r‚purÓ

Cave temples - 1871 - 80 pages
...remembered, but materially exaggerated in hia time: he says the figures " had " also continued ina tolerable state of preservation and wholeness, considering the...who made themselves masters of the " place, and in che blind fury of their bigotry, not suffering any idols but their own, they " must have been at even...
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Notes on the History and Antiquities of Chaul and Bassein

Joseph Gerson Da Cunha, Joseph Gerson Cunha - Bassein (India) - 1876 - 262 pages
...of the pillars." Then follows Grose, who, materially exaggerating the latter circumstance, says : " In the blind fury of their bigotry, not suffering any idols but their own, they (the Portuguese) must have been at even some pains to maim and deface them (the figures), as they now...
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Indian Monuments

N. S. Ramaswami - 1971
...1754", which was published in 1766, he writes that the sculptures "had also continued in a tolerable state of preservation and wholeness, considering the...bigotry, not suffering any idols but their own, they must even have been at some pains to maim and deface them, as they now remain, considering the hardness...
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