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Memoirs of Modern Philosophers: In Two Volumes. ... - Seite 41
von Elizabeth Hamilton - 1800
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Memoirs of modern philosophers [a novel, by Geoffry Jarvis]. By E. Hamilton

Elizabeth Hamilton - 1801
...of every rank and ftation, from the dame of quality who dafhes in her chariot and fix, to the fimple adventurefs, who from the top of the heavy coach looks...an author might as reafonably expect to pick up a purfe of gold upon the road, as an event worth narrating. If I do not this minute take care, Bridgetina...
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Travels in south-eastern Asia: Embracing Hindustan, Malaya, Siam ..., Band 1

Howard Malcom - 1839
...seldom desires to go. When strangers come to their houses, they are hospitable and courteous ; and a man may travel from one end of the kingdom to the other without money ; feeding and lodging as well as the people. But otherwise they have little idea of aiding their...
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Travels in South-eastern Asia, Embracing Hindustan, Malaya, Siam ..., Band 1

Howard Malcolm - 1839
...seldom desires to go. When strangers come to their houses, they are hospitable and courteous ; and a man may travel from one end of the kingdom to the other without money ; feeding and lodging as well as the people. But otherwise they have little idea of aiding their...
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Travels in South-eastern Asia: Embracing Hindustan, Malaya, Siam ..., Band 1

Howard Malcolm - 1839 - 312 Seiten
...desires to go. When strangers come to their houses, they are hospitable aud courteous ; and a marl may travel from one end of the kingdom to the other without money ; feeding and lodging as well as the people. But otherwise they have little idea of aiding their...
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The Monthly Review, Band 3

1839
...desires to go. ." When strangers come to their houses, they are hospitable and courteous ; and a mail may travel from one end of the kingdom to the other without money ; feeding and lodging as well as the people. But otherwish they have little idea of aiding their...
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The commercial consequences of a mixed gauge on our railway system examined

Samuel Sidney - 1848
...duty in the matter of Railways, until such arrangements shall be made that loaded Railway carriages may travel from one end of the kingdom to the other without interruption, and this can only be effected by carrying one Gauge of Rails through the whole country....
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Ten Great Religions: An Essay in Comparative Theology, Band 1

James Freeman Clarke - 1871 - 528 Seiten
...intemperance in Birmah. though an intoxicating liquor is made easily of the juice of a palm. .... "A man may travel from one end of the kingdom to the other without money, feeding and lodging as well as the people." " I have seen thousands together, for hours, on...
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Ten Great Religions: An Essay in Comparative Theology

James Freeman Clarke - 1872
...there are more than can get a sight, the outer ones stand aloof and wait till their turn comes "A man may travel from one end of the kingdom to the other without money, feeding and lodging as well as the people." " I have seen thousands together, for hours, on...
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Parliamentary Papers, Band 44

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1872
...duty in the matter of railways until such arrangements shall be made that loaded railway carriages may travel from one end of the kingdom to the other without interruption, and this can be effected only by carrying one gauge of rails through the whole country."...
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Faith and Reason: Heart, Soul, and Hand Work : a Concise Account of the ...

Halsey R. Stevens - 1879 - 441 Seiten
...common to the Birmese, and noticed very little in the way of vice or internperaucc. He continues: "A man may travel from one end of the kingdom to the other without money, feeding and lodging as well as the people. I have seen thousands together, for hours, on public...
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