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" They presented to him choice specimens of those works of ingenuity which his light had guided the hand of man in forming. But the Incas never stained his altars with human blood, nor could they conceive that their beneficent father the Sun would be delighted... "
The history of America. In which is included the posthumous volume ... - Seite 335
von William Robertson - 1803
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A Summary of Geography and History, Both Ancient and Modern ...: With an ...

Alexander Adam - 1802 - 858 Seiten
...an oblation of gratitude, fome of the animals which were indebted to his influence for nouriihment. They prefented to him choice fpecimens of thofe works...light had guided the hand of man in forming. But the Inca« never it.iir.cd his altars with human blood, nor could they conceive, that their beneficent...
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The History of the Discovery and Settlement: To the Present Time, of North ...

William Mavor - 1804 - 383 Seiten
...which were indebted to his influence for nourishment. They presented to him choice specimens of those works of ingenuity which his light had guided the hand of man in forming. But the incas never stained his altars with human blood, nor could they conceive that their beneficent father, the Sun,...
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Annual Register, Band 20

1805
...who were indebted to his influence for nourishment. Th«y presented to him choice specimens of those works of ingenuity which his light had guided the hand of man in forming. But the Incas never stained his altars with human bluod, not could they conceive that their beneficent father the sun would...
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Universal History, Ancient and Modern: From the Earliest Records of ..., Band 24

William Fordyce Mavor - 1805
...which were indebted to his influence for nourishment. They presented to him choice specimens of those works of ingenuity which his light had guided the hand of man in forming. But the incus never stained his altars with human blood, nor could they conceive that their beneficent father,...
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The History of America: In which is Included, The History of ..., Band 2

William Robertson - 1811
...which were indebted to his influence for nourishment. They presented to him choice specimens of those works of ingenuity which his light had guided the hand of man in forming. But the Incas never stained his altars with human blood, nor could they conceive that their beneficent father the Sun would...
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The History of America, Band 2

William Robertson - 1812
...influenee for nourishment. They presented to him ehoiee speeimens of those works of ingenuity whieh his light had guided the hand of man in forming. But the Ineas never stained his altars with human blood, nor eould they eoneeive that their benefieent father...
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The Historical Works of William Robertson: With an Account of His ..., Band 4

William Robertson - 1813
...to his influence for nourishment. They presented to him choice specimens of those works of ingenuitv which his light had guided the hand of man in forming. But the Incas never stained his altars with human blood, nor could they conceive that their beneficent father, the Sun,...
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The History of America, Band 3

William Robertson - 1817
...which were indebted to his influence for nourishment. They presented to him choice specimens of those works of ingenuity which his light had guided the hand of man in forming. But the Incas never stained his altars with human blood, nor could they conceive that their beneficent father, the Sun,...
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The Works of William Robertson, D. D...: To which is Prefixed an ..., Band 9

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - 1821
...which were indebted to his influence for nourishment. They presented to him choice specimens of those works of ingenuity which his light had guided the hand of man in forming. But the Incas never stained his altars with human blood, nor could they * Acosta, lib. vc 3. conceive that their beneficent...
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Works, Band 7

William Robertson - 1825
...which were indebted to his influence for nourishment. They presented to him choice specimens of those works of ingenuity which his light had guided the hand of man in forming. But the 1 Acosta, lib. vc 3. incas never stained his altars with human blood, nor could they conceive that...
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