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From the Black Sea Through Persia and India - Seite 345
von Edwin Lord Weeks - 1896 - 437 Seiten
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History of the Conquest of Peru: With a Preliminary View of the ..., Band 1

William Hickling Prescott - 1847 - 650 Seiten
...obtained circulation in respect to the ancient Peruvians. Unfortunately, at this distance of time, It is not always easy to distinguish the one from the other. wonted impression on their minds ; and that the phenomena, which might have been regarded only as extraordinary,...
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Notes & Queries

William White - 1906
...as well as to his friends over the Border. The rubbish pits or wells (for in diggings on Roman sites it is not always easy to distinguish the one from the other) have given back to the world many objects of great interest. Iron, brass, and bronze relics have been...
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Notes & Queries

William White - 1906
...as well as to his friends over the Border. The rubbish pits or wells (for in diggings on Roman sites it is not always easy to distinguish the one from the other) have given back to the world many objects of great interest. Iron, brass, and bronze relics have been...
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Sacred history, Band 2

George Robert Gleig - 1851
...off into two branches, — of which the channels are so interlaced by the chroniclers of old times, that it is not always easy to distinguish the one from the other. Rehoboam king of Judah, and Jeroboam king of Israel, began their reigns almost simultaneously. They...
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The London Quarterly Review, Bände 109-110

1861
...between proprietary rights of the Government and the right of taxation in relation to land. Indeed, it is not always easy to distinguish the one from the other. The ideas of them are to a great degree blended in the minds of men ; and when the Government draws...
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The Quarterly Review, Band 109

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, John Murray, William Smith, George Walter Prothero - 1861
...between proprietary rights of the Government and the right of taxation in relation to land. Indeed, it is not always easy to distinguish the one from the other. The ideas of them are to a great degree blended in the minds of men ; and when the Government draws...
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Belgravia, a London magazine, conducted by M.E. Braddon, Band 8

Belgravia - 1869 - 2 Seiten
...might have been stern virtue, according as yon pleased to construe it ; even in history and in action it is not always easy to distinguish the one from the other. In Mr. Lyndon's case, I could not but think that the full, sensuous lips helped one a little to make...
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My Enemy's Daughter: A Novel

Justin McCarthy - 1869 - 162 Seiten
...might have been stern virtue, according as you pleased to construe it ; even in history and in action it is not always easy to distinguish the one from the other. In Mr. Lyndon's case I could not but think that the full, sensuous lips helped one a little to make...
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Belgravia, Band 8

1869
...might have been stern virtue, according as you pleased to construe it ; even in history and in action it is not always easy to distinguish the one from the other. In Mr. Lyndon's case, I could not but think that the full, sensuous lips helped one a little to make...
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The comprehensive history of England, from the earliest period to the ...

Charles MacFarlane, Thomas Thomson - 1792
...commons. Still, however, this ministerial majority was unsteady : the voting of Whigs and Tories (and it is not always easy to distinguish the one from the other) was wavering and uncertain; and, as happens wherever parties have not been thoroughly organized and...
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