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" ... existing barbarism are extinct and when all the conditions will be favourable for the formation of the Grand Union. Till such time arrives the more World's Fairs we have the better. Before 1 conclude I beg to quote a few lines which will not be unsuitable... "
A History of Crime in England: Illustrating the Changes of the Laws in the ... - Page 9
by Luke Owen Pike - 1873
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The Living Age ..., Volume 200

1894
...beg to quote a few lines which will not be unsuitable with my general remarks. " Thus she (Rome) did illustrate the truism, often repeated and nearly always...empire of the intellect is higher than the empire ol the strong hand. Thus did she show, as she fell, what is not less worth remembering, that the acquisitions...
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The Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly Review and Oriental and Colonial Record

Asia - 1894
...beg to quote a few lines which will not be unsuitable with my general remarks. " Thus she (Rome) did illustrate the truism, often repeated and nearly always...section of humanity cut off from the enjoyment of them " (History of Crime in England, Oven Pyke). MULJI DEVJI VEDANT. Elginiana. THE THREE PLEDGES AND THE...
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The Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly Review and Oriental and Colonial Record

Asia - 1894
...beg to quote a few lines which will not be unsuitable with my general remarks. " Thus she (Rome) did illustrate the truism, often repeated and nearly always...jeopardy so long as there is any section of humanity cut oft" from the enjoyment of them " (History of Crime in England, Oven Pyke). MULJI DEVJI VEDANT. 197...
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