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" Grotius. a man of genius and learning, who preserved his moderation amidst the fury of contending sects, and who composed the annals of his own age and country at a time when the invention of printing had facilitated the means of intelligence and increased... "
London Review of English and Foreign Literature - Σελίδα 127
των William Kenrick - 1776
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Τόμος 2

Edward Gibbon - 1783
...ISJ, a man of genius and learning, who preferred his moderation amidft the fury of contending fects, and who compofed the annals of his own age and country,...fubmit our belief to the authority of Grotius, it muft be allowed, that the number of Proteftants, who were executed in a fingle province and a fingle...

The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire, Τόμος 2

Edward Gibbon - 1787
...1f!, a man of genius and learning, who preferved his moderation amMft trR- fury of contending fects , and who compofed the annals of his own age and country...are obliged to fubmit our belief to the authority of Ciotius, it muft be allowed, that the number of Pioreftants , who were executed in a fingle province...

Illustrations of Prophecy ...

Joseph Lomas Towers - 1808
...genius and learning, who preserved his moderation amidst the fury of contending sects, and who composed the annals of his own age and country, at a time when...printing had facilitated the means of intelligence, and increased the danger of detection".' Father Paul, however, it is proper to state, reduces these Belgic...

Village memoirs: in a series of letters. Literary memoirs, and epistolary ...

Joseph Cradock, John Bowyer Nichols - 1828
...genius and learning, who preserved his moderation amidst the fury of contending sects, and who composed the annals of his own age and country at a time when...printing had facilitated the means of intelligence, and increased the danger of detection." — GIBBON. Bignon was born at Paris 1590, and died in the 67 th...

Literary and Miscellaneous Memoirs: Village memoirs : in a series of letters ...

Joseph Cradock - 1828
...genius and learning, who preserved his moderation amidst the fury of contending sects, and who composed the annals of his own age and country at a time when...printing had facilitated the means of intelligence, and increased the danger of detection." — GIBBON. Bignon was born at Paris 1590, and died in the 6yth...

A key to the Revelation of St. John, Τόμος 1

Philip Allwood - 1829
...and learning; who " preserved his moderation amidst the fury of " contending sects; and who composed the annals " of his own age and country, at a time,...printing had facilitated the " means of intelligence, and increased the danger " of detection a ." Making allowance for those unhappy prejudices against Christianity,...

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Τόμος 1

Edward Gibbon - 1843
...genius and learning, who preserved his moderation amidít the fury of contending sects, and who composed the annals of his own age and country, at a time when...the invention of printing had facilitated the means oí intelligence, and increased the danger of detection. If we are obliged to submit our belief to...

Lectures Explanatory of The Diatessaron, Or, The History of Our Lord and ...

John David Macbride - 1848 - 730 σελίδες
...genius and learning, who preserved his moderation amidst the fury of contending sects, and who composed the Annals of his own age and country, at a time when...printing had facilitated the means of intelligence, and increased the danger of detection." Even allowing much exaggeration, we may at least suppose the number...

The Freethinker's Magazine and Review of Theology, Politics, and ..., Τεύχη 1-9

1851
...genius and learning, who preserved his moderation amidst the fury of contending sects, and who composed the annals of his own age and country at a time when...printing had facilitated the means of intelligence, and increased the danger of detection. If we are obliged to submit our belief to the authority of Grotius,...

The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, with notes ..., Τόμος 2

Edward Gibbon - 1854
...genius and learning, who preserved his moderation amidst the fury of contending sects, and who composed the annals of his own age and country at a time when...printing had facilitated the means of intelligence and increased the danger of detection. If we are obliged to submit our belief to the authority of Grotius,...




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