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" When a king asked Euclid, the mathematician, •whether he could not explain his art to him in a more compendious manner ? he was answered, that there was no royal way to geometry. "
The golden rules of life; or, Every body's friend - Seite 5
von Golden rules - 1835
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The Rambler, Band 4

Samuel Johnson - 1750
...according to the Greek proverb, no man in the houfe is more a flave than the mafter. When a king afked Euclid the mathematician, whether he could not .explain his art to him in % more compendious manner, he was anfwered, that there was no royal way to geometry. Other things may...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Band 1

1785
...mathematician, whether he could not ex^ plain his art to him in a more compendious manner, he was anfwered, that there was no royal way to geometry. Other things may be feized by mightt or purchafed with money; but knowledge is to be gained only by ftudy, and ftudy to...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: The Rambler

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...according to the Greek proverb, no man in the houfe is more a flave than the mafter. When a king afked Euclid the mathematician, whether he could not explain...art to* him in a more compendious manner ? he was anfwered, That there was no royal way to geometry. Other things may be feized by might, or purchafed...
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The Rambler

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...according to the Greck proverb, no man in the houfe is more a flave than the mafter. When a king aflced Euclid the mathematician, whether he could not explain...his art to him in a more compendious manner ? he was anfwered, That there was no royal way to geometry. Other things may be feized by might, or purchafed...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson.LL.D..: The rambler

Samuel Johnson - 1792
...according to the Greek proverb, no man in the houfe is more a flave than the mafter. When a king afked Euclid the mathematician, whether he could not explain...his art to him in a more compendious manner? he was anfwered, That there was no royal way to geometry. Other things may be feized by might, or purchafed...
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Scrapeana. Fugitive miscellany

Scrapeana - 1792
...if you do they will certainly lax it." When a King afked Euclid, the geometrician, whether he could explain his art to him in a more compendious manner ; he was anfwcred, there was no Royal way to Geometry! Judge G , infirm and blind, being in the chamber where...
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Interesting Anecdotes, Memoirs, Allegories, Essays, and Poetical ..., Band 2

Mr. Addison - 1794 - 240 Seiten
...according to the Greek proverb, No man in the houfe is more a flave, than the; mafter. When a king afked Euclid, the mathematician, whether he could not explain his art to him in a more compendious manner? he anfwered, that was no royal way to geometry. Other things may be feized by might, or purchafed with...
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Rambler

Samuel Johnson - 1801
...according to the Greek proverb, no man in the houfe is more a Have than the mafter. When a king aflced Euclid the mathematician, whether he could not explain...his art to him in a more compendious manner ? he was anfvvered, That there was ho royal way to geometry. Other things may be feized by might, or purchafed...
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The Rambler [by S. Johnson and others]., Band 1

1801
...according to the Greet proverb, no man in the houfe is more a flave than the mafter. When a king afked Euclid the mathematician, whether he could not explain...his art to him in a more compendious manner? he was anfwered, that there was no royal way to geometry. Other things may be feized by might, or purchased...
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The Rambler, by S. Johnson, Band 1

1806
...popularity, that, according to the Greek proverb, no man in the house is more a slave than the master. When a king asked Euclid the mathematician, whether he could not explain his art to him in a morS compendious manner ? he was answered, that there was no royal way to geometry. Other things may...
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