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" ... difficulty and danger this change may be effected, where no disturbing causes exist, and where the effort of the political constitution is neither hurried forwards, nor violently checked, external circumstances combining also to favour it. Spring... "
The history of the Peloponnesian war - Page 519
by Thucydides - 1847
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The Natural History of Society in the Barbarous and Civilized ..., Volume 2

William Cooke Taylor - Civilization - 1840 - 347 pages
...the mad excesses of an infuriate mob, works more mischief to humanity. " Spring," says Dr. Arnold, " is ever a critical period, and the fairest promise...instances have never allowed the blossom to ripen." From a variety of causes, but principally from an original difference of race, perpetuated by institutions,...
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The Natural History of Society in the Barbarous and Civilized ..., Volume 2

William Cooke Taylor - Civilization - 1841
...the mad excesses of an infuriate mob, works more mischief to humanity. " Spring," says Dr. Arnold, " is ever a critical period, and the fairest promise...instances have never allowed the blossom to ripen." From a variety of causes, but principally from an original difference of race, perpetuated by institutions,...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Thomas Arnold ...

Thomas Arnold - Anglican Communion - 1845 - 519 pages
...ordinary progress of a people in wealth and civilization ; it shows too with how little difficulty and danger this change may be effected, where no disturbing...to ripen. These may be stated principally as three ; 1st, The union of property, under peculiar local circumstances, with nobility ; 2nd, The increasing...
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The Miscellaneous Works...

Thomas Arnold - 1846 - 545 pages
...ordinary progress of a people in wealth and civilization ; it shows too with how little difficulty and danger this change may be effected, where no disturbing...to ripen. These may be stated principally as three ; 1st, The union of property, under peculiar local circumstances, with nobility ; 2nd, The increasing...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Thomas Arnold: Collected and Republished

Thomas Arnold - Education - 1858 - 519 pages
...neither hurried forwards, nor violently checked, external circumstances combining also to favour it.v Spring is ever a critical period, and the fairest...allowed the blossom to ripen. These may be stated prinThree principai cipally as three ; 1st, The union of property, dangers which beset ' J • ' II-'...
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