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" ... we can discern no quality which marks any distinction or superiority. The capacity of improvement seems to be the same ; and the talents he may afterwards acquire... "
A pedestrian tour through North Wales, letters - Page 12
by Joseph Hucks - 1795 - 120 pages
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The History of America ...

William Robertson - America - 1787
...remains but to form a general eftimate of their charafter, compared with that of more polifhed nations. . A human being, as he comes originally from the hand of nature, is every where the fame. At his firft appearance in the ftate of infancy, whether it be among the rudeft favages , or in the...
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The History of America, Volume 2

William Robertson - America - 1800
...remains but to form a general eftimate of their character, compared with that of more polifhed nations. A human being, as he comes originally from the hand of nature, is everywhere the fame. At his firft appearance in the ftate of infancy, whether it be among the rudeft...
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The history of America. In which is included the posthumous volume ..., Volume 6

William Robertson - 1803
...remains but to form a general eflimate of their character, compared with that of more polifhed nations. A human being, as he comes originally from the hand of nature, is everywhere the fame. At his firft appearance in the ftate of infancy, whether it be among the rudeft...
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America: In which is Included the Posthumous Volume Containing the ..., Volume 2

William Robertson - America - 1809
...remains but to form a general estimate of their character, compared with that of more polished nations. A human being, as he comes originally from the hand of nature, is everywhere the same. At liiť first appearance in the state of infancy, whether it be among the rudest...
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The works of William Robertson, D.D. To which is prefixed, an ..., Volume 9

William Robertson - 1817
...remains but to form a general estimate of their character, compared with that of more polished nations. A human being, as he comes originally from the hand of nature, is everywhere the same. At his first appearance in the state of infancy, whether it be among the rudest...
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The Works of William Robertson, D. D...: To which is Prefixed an ..., Volume 8

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - History - 1821
...remains but to form a general estimate of their character, compared with that of more polished nations. A human being, as he comes originally from the hand of nature, is every where the same. At his first appearance in the state of infancy, whether it be among the rudest savages, or in...
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The History of America, Volume 1

William Robertson - America - 1821 - 599 pages
...remains but to form a general estimate of their character, compared with that of more polished nations. A human being as he comes originally from the hand of nature, is every where the game. At his first appearance in the state of infancy, whether it be among the rudest savages, or in...
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The works of William Robertson, D.D., with an account of his life ..., Volume 7

William Robertson - 1824
...remains but to form a general estimate of their character, compared with that of more polished nations. A human being, as he comes originally from the hand of nature, is everywhere the same. At his first appearance in the state of infancy, whether it be among the rudest...
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The Works of Wm. Robertson, D.D.: History of America, books I-IV

William Robertson - America - 1825
...remains but to form a general estimate of their character, compared with that of more polished nations. A human being, as he comes originally from the hand of nature, is every where the same. At his first appearance in the state of infancy, whether it be among the rudest savages, or in...
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Works, Volume 6

William Robertson - America - 1825
...p. 6. Ellis, Voy. p. 191. Gumilla, ip 333. character, compared with that of more polished nations. A human being, as he comes originally from the hand of nature, is every where the same. At his first appearance in the state of infancy, whether it be among the rudest savages, or in...
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