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History of Charles XII, King of Sweden - Seite 347
von Voltaire - 1883 - 352 Seiten
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The Works of M. de Voltaire: The history of Charles XII. Zadig. The world as ...

Voltaire, Tobias George Smollett, Thomas Francklin - 1762
...little regarded either his own life and labours, or thofe of his fubjeds : an extraordinary rather than a great man, and more worthy to be admired than imitated. From the hiftoiy of his life however, fncceeding kings may learn, that a quiet and h.ippy government...
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The history of Charles xii, king of Sweden

François Marie Arouet de Voltaire, Charles XII (king of Sweden.) - 1801
...towardl others as well as towards himfelf, rating at nothing the fatigues and lives of his fubjects any more than his own ; rather an extraordinary than...man, and more worthy to be admired than imitated. His liic ought to be a leflbn to Kings, how much a pacific and happy government is preferable to fo much...
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The history of Charles xii. king of Sweden: a late tr. from the best Paris ed

François Marie Arouet de Voltaire, Charles XII (king of Sweden.) - 1807
...towards others as well as towards himfelf, rating at nothing the fatigues and lives of his fubjects any more than his own ; rather an extraordinary than...to be admired than imitated. His life ought to be t leffdn to Kings, how much a pacific and happy government is preferable to fo much glory. CHARLES...
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The History of Charles XII, King of Sweden

Voltaire - 1808 - 294 Seiten
...and after a victory, he was modest and humble ; and after a defeat, firm and undaunted • mflexible towards others as well as towards himself rating at...admired than imitated. His life ought to be a lesson to Kine-s how much a pacific and huppy government is prefeVable to so much glory. Charles XII. was of...
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The Friend of Peace, Band 4

Noah Worcester - 1827
...was modest and humble ; and after a defeat, firm and undaunted. Inflexible towards others as well as himself, rating at nothing the fatigues and lives...extraordinary than a great man, and more worthy to be Vol. IV. No. 10. 37 NOTICES. THE Constitution of the Massachusetts Peace Society requir icription of...
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The anniversary calendar, natal book, and universal mirror

Anniversary calendar - 1832
...little regarded either his own life and labour l, or those of hit subjects ; an extraordinary rather than a great man, and more worthy to be admired than imitated." The period in which the people of Christendom were the lowest sank in ignortnce, and consequently in...
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Outlines of History: Illustrated by Numerous Geographical and Historical ...

Marcius Willson - 1872 - 600 Seiten
...permanent welfare of his country. " He was rather an extraordinary than a great man," says Voltaire, " and more worthy to be admired than imitated. His life ought to be a lesson to kings, how much • pacific and happy government is preferable to so much glory."8 pendicnlar rock four hundred feet...
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Outlines of History: Illustrated by Numerous Geographical and Historical ...

Marcius Willson - 1874
...permanent welfare of his country. " He was rather an extraordinary than A great man," says Voltaire, " and more worthy to be admired than imitated. His life ought to be a lesson to kings, how much » pacific and happy government is preferable to so much glory."* pendicular rock four hundred (feet...
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The history of Russia from the foundation of the empire to the war with ...

Henry Tyrrell (teacher of elocution.), Henry A. Haukeil - 1879
...thirty-seventh year; who must, to quote the language of his celebrated biographer, be considered " rather an extraordinary than a great man, and more worthy to be admired than imitated." Suspicions were very generally entertained at the time, that Charles was shot by one of his own officers,...
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History of Charles XII

Voltaire, Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux, Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay, Thomas Carlyle - 1881 - 452 Seiten
...little regarded either his own life and labors, or those of his subjects ; an extraordinary rather than a great man, and more worthy to be admired than imitated. From the history of his life, however, succeeding kings may learn, that a quiet and happy government...
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