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" Yes ! gentlemen, says our author, give me the map of any country, its configuration, its climate, its waters, its winds, and the whole of its physical geography ; give me its natural productions, its flora, its zoology, &c., and I pledge myself to tell... "
System of Universal Geography: Founded on the Works of Malte-Brun and Balbi ... - Page 110
by James Laurie - 1842 - 1063 pages
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A Discourse on Religious Education: Delivered at Hingham, May 20, 1818 ...

Andrews Norton - 1818 - 27 pages
...productions, its flora, its zoology, &c., and I pledge myself to tell you, a priori, what will be the quality of man in that country, and what part its inhabitants will act in history, not accidentally but necessarily, not at any particular epoch, but in all ; in short, what...
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Introduction to the History of Philosophy

Victor Cousin - 1832 - 458 pages
...productions, its flora, its zoology, &/c., and I pledge myself to tell you, a priori, what will be the quality of man in that country, and what part its inhabitants will act in history ; not accidentally, but necessarily ; not at any particular epoch, but in all ; in short, what...
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Two articles from the Princeton review: concerning the transcendental ...

James Waddel Alexander, Albert Baldwin Dod, Charles Hodge - 1840 - 100 pages
...productions, its flora, its zoology, &c., and I pledge myself to tell you, a priori, what will be the quality of man in that country, and what part its inhabitants will act in history, not accidentally but necessarily, not at any particular epoch, but in all ; in short, what...
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System of universal geography, founded on the works of Malte-Brun and Balbi

System - 1842
...country be examined in reference to its physical geography, and it will then be possible to tell я priori what is the condition of man in that country,...race forming wealthy and populous communities, where but a few years since, the thinly-scattered aboriginal tribes found only a scanty and precarious subsistence....
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Theological Essays

Princeton review - 1846 - 705 pages
...productions, its flora, its zoology, &c., and I pledge myself to tell you, a priori, what will be the quality of man in that country, and what part its inhabitants will act in history not accidentally, but necessarily, not at any particular epoch, but in all : in short what...
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A Manual of Geographical Science: Mathematical, Physical ..., Volume 1

Matthew O'Brien, David Thomas Ansted, Julian R. Jackson, William Latham Bevan - 1852
...examined in reference to the latter, it will be possible to tell à priori what is che condition of men in that country, and what part its inhabitants will act in history. The exceptions to this rule are important, for they occur in those cases where a mixture of blood or...
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Present Status of the Philosophy of Society: A Treatise Designed to Show the ...

Leland A. Webster - 1866 - 332 pages
...its flora, its zoology, and so on, and I pledge myself to tell you a priori what will be the quality of man in that country, and what part its inhabitants will act in history."* Nowhere has the important truth in question been expressed with more emphasis, with less qualification,...
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The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review, Volume 11

1839
...productions, its flora, its zoology, &c. and I pledge myself to tell you, a priori, what will be the quality of man in that country, and what part its inhabitants will act in history, not accidentally but necessarily, not at any particular epoch, but in all: in short what idea...
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Reminiscences of Distinguished Men

William Banks Slaughter - 1878 - 295 pages
...winds, its natural productions, its flora, and its zoology, and I will tell you what will be the quality of man in that country, and what part its inhabitants will act in history." A citizen of our own country in a recent work on "social philosophy," ascribed to Race, a paramount...
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The Life of Bishop Matthew Simpson: Of the Methodist Episcopal Church

George Richard Crooks - 1890 - 522 pages
...its flora, its zoology, etc., and I pledge myself to tell you, ii priori, what will be the quality of man in that country, and what part its inhabitants will act in history.'' And if these principles be true, our scenery, surpassingly grand and magnificent, must produce exalted...
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