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" ... them that, in his opinion, the freedom of resort to India, which missionaries then enjoyed, was owing, under God, to the prudence, the zeal, and the wisdom, which they had manifested, when the whole weight of Government in England and India was directed... "
Parbury's oriental herald and colonial intelligencer - Page 285
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 19

Science - 1835
...attempt to give a clear view of the formulae required for the mathematical discussion of the question would be impossible within the limits to which we must confine ourselves ; and we the less regret this, as the report will be printed at length in the next volume of the reports...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 19

Science - 1835
...attempt to give a clear view of the formulae required for the mathematical discussion of the question would be impossible within the limits to which we must confine ourselves ; and we the less regret this, as the report will be printed at length in the next volume of the reports...
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Proceedings of the Fifth Meeting of the British Association for ..., Volume 5

British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - Science - 1835 - 129 pages
...attempt to give a clear view of the formulae required for the mathematical discussion of the question, would be impossible within the limits to which we must confine ourselves. Under the third head, he entered upon an interesting comparison of the observed and calculated results,...
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Asiatic Journal

Asia - 1838
...combined movement for the diffusion of truth and knowledge in India. To the hostility of Government, and to every discouragement which arose from the nature...in every case ; for, so complete was the unity of iheir designs, that it seemed as if three great souls had been united in one, so as to have but one...
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The Missionary Chronicle, Volume 6

1838
...deserted their post or despaired of success. When, at a subsequent period. Lord Hastings, who honored them with his kind support, had occasion to revert...we must confine ourselves, to enumerate the plans wlnch they formed for ;he Mission, for Translations of the Sacred Scriptures, and for Education ; or...
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The Scottish Christian Herald

Church history - 1839
...the extinction of the Missionary enterprise. It would be impossible, within the limits to which ve must confine ourselves, to enumerate the plans which...strength of their principles. Neither is it possible to individualise Dr Murshnian's •fiorts in every case ; for so complete was the unity of their designs,...
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The Bengal Obituary: Or, a Record to Perpetuate the Memory of Departed Worth ...

Holmes and Co. (Calcutta) - Bengal (India) - 1851 - 424 pages
...and India, win directed to the extinction of the missionary enterprise. It would be impossible withtn the limits to which we must confine ourselves, to...the sacred scriptures, and for education ; or the ohstacles which tried the strength of their principles. Neither is it possible to individualize Dr....
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Edinburgh Medical Journal, Volume 13, Part 1

Medicine - 1868
...tumult and uproar. Happily the storm subsided, and the Congress successfully completed it programme. It would be impossible, within the limits to which we must confine this notice, to give any detailed account of the memoirs or of the discussion*. When the transactions...
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Cases and Other Materials on Judicial Remedies: From the Forms of Actions ...

Austin Wakeman Scott, Sidney Post Simpson - Civil procedure - 1946 - 956 pages
...apprehension has been expressed in regard to an innovation which has been deemed so sweeping as this. It would be impossible, within the limits to which we must confine ourselves in this- report, to discuss the objections which have been presented to us on this subject, and we...
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