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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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The History of South America, from the Discovery of the New World by ...

William Grimshaw - 1830 - 252 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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The History of South America, from the Discovery of the New World by ...

William Grimshaw - 1830 - 252 Seiten
...influence for nourishment. They pres-eiitcd to him choice specimens of those works of ingenuity, vhich 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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Robert Merry's Museum, Bände 1-2

Samuel Griswold Goodrich, Stephen T. Allen - 1842
...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 the altar of the sun with human blood. Thus the Peruvians were formed, by the spirit of the...
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The Works of William Robertson: To which is Prefixed an Account of ..., Band 6

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - 1851
...influence for nourishment. They presented to him choice specimens of those works of ingenuity which bia light had guided the hand of man in forming. But the incas never stained his altars with human Mood, nor could they conceive that their beneficent father the sun would...
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The Origin and History of the Doctrine of Endless Punishment

Thomas Baldwin Thayer - 1855 - 280 Seiten
...Let him believe that all men are brethren, journeying homeward to the him choice specimens of those works of ingenuity which his light had guided the hand of man in forming. But the Incas never stained their altars with human blood, nor could they conceive that their beneficent father, the sun,...
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The Origin and History of the Doctrine of Endless Punishment

Thomas Baldwin Thayer - 1856 - 251 Seiten
...Let him believe that all men are brethren, journeying homeward to the him choice specimens of those works of ingenuity which his light had guided the hand of man in forming. But the Incas never stained their altars with human blood, nor could they conceive that their beneficent father, the sun,...
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The Heathen Religion in Its Popular and Symbolical Development

Joseph B. Gross - 1856 - 372 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 their altars with human blood, nor could they conceive that their beneficent father, the Sun,...
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Missionary anecdotes

William Moister - 1875 - 311 Seiten
...to him for his influence in their nourishment. They also presented to him choice specimens of those works of ingenuity which his light had guided the hand of man in forming. But, so far as we can learn, their altars were never stained with human blood, nor could they conceive that...
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The Origin and History of the Doctrine of Endless Punishment

Thomas Baldwin Thayer - 1881 - 280 Seiten
...Let him believe that all men are brethren, journeying homeward to the him choice specimens of those works of ingenuity which his light had guided the hand of man in forming. But the Incaa never stained their altars with human blood, nor could they conceive that their beneficent father,...
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, Band 1

1844
...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 their altars with human blood, nor could they conceive that their beneficent father, the sun,...
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