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" Empress discoursed a long while the other day on the ancient Greeks ; of their alacrity and the superiority of their genius, and the same character being still extant in the modern ones ; and of the possibility of their again becoming the first people,... "
Diaries and Correspondence of James Harris, First Earl of Malmesbury - Page 235
by James Harris Earl of Malmesbury - 1844 - 1563 pages
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 146

English literature - 1878 - 620 pages
...is building a town at Czarco-Zelo, to be called Constintingrod.' In another despatch he says:— ' The present reigning idea (and it carries away all...Constantinople. The Empress discoursed a long while the other day on the ancient Greeks; of their alacrity and the superiority of their genius, and the...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumes 145-146

1878 - 646 pages
...building a town at Czarco-Zelo, to be called Constanthigrod. ' In another despatch he says : — ; The present reigning idea (and it carries away all...Constantinople. The Empress discoursed a long while the other day on the ancient Greeks ; of their alacrity and the superiority of their genius, and the...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 146

English literature - 1878 - 618 pages
...is building a town at Czarco-Zelo, to be called Constantingrod.' In another despatch he says : — ' The present reigning idea (and it carries away all...Constantinople. The Empress discoursed a long while the other day ou the ancieut Greeks ; of their alacrity and the superiority of their genius, and the...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 146

English literature - 1878 - 630 pages
...is building a town at Czarco-Zelo, to be called Constantingrod.' In another despatch he says : — ' The present reigning idea (and it carries away all...Constantinople. The Empress discoursed a long while the other day on the ancient Greeks ; of their alacrity and the superiority of their genius, and the...
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The North American Review, Volume 130

North American review - 1880 - 672 pages
...corruption, too headstrong to be persuaded, and too ignorant to listen to plain truth and conviction. . . . The present reigning idea — and it carries away...superiority of their genius, and the same character heing still extant in the modern ones, and of the possibility of their again becoming the first people...
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