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" Men are not tied to one another by papers and seals. They are led to associate by resemblances, by conformities, by sympathies. It is with nations as with individuals. Nothing is so strong a tie of amity between nation and nation as correspondence in... "
Proceedings of the ... Annual Session of the Association - Page 114
by Ohio State Bar Association. Mid-Winter Meeting, Ohio State Bar Association - 1914
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The London encyclopaedia: or, Universal dictionary of science, art ..., Volume 2

Thomas Curtis - Reference - 1829
...comes, I pray you make из friends, I will pursue the amity. Shakspeare't All's Well that ends Well. Nothing is so strong a tie of amity between nation...correspondence in laws, customs, manners, and habits of life. Burke. AM-KAS, in history, a spacious saloon in the palace of the Great Mogul, where he gave audience...
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The Works of Edmund Burke, Volume 2

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1834
...to one another hy papers and seals. They are led to associate hy resemhlances, hy conformities, hy sympathies. It is with nations as with individuals. Nothing is so strong a tie of amity hetween nation and nation as correspondence in laws, customs, manners, and hahits of life. They have...
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The Works of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke: With a Biographical and ..., Volume 2

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1837
...trample upon both. Entirely to trust to either, is to disregard our own safety, or not to know mankind. Men are not tied to one another by papers and seals....correspondence in laws, customs, manners, and habits of life. Thev have more than the force of 298 299 treaties in themselves. They are obligations written in the...
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The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art ...

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington) - 1839
...comes, I pray you make us friends, I will pursue the amity. Shakspeare't All'i Well that endt Well. Nothing is so strong a tie of amity between nation...nation as correspondence in laws, customs, manners, and habiu of life. Burke. AM-KAS, in history, a spacious saloon in the palace of the Great Mogul, where...
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The works of ... Edmund Burke, Volume 5

Edmund Burke - 1855
...trample upon both. Entirely to trust to either, is to disregard our own safety, or not to know mankind. Men are not tied to one another by papers and seals....between nation and nation as correspondence in laws, in the gay hour of festive peace. I have it from good authority, that under the scaffold of judicial...
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The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir, Volume 2

Edmund Burke - English literature - 1860
...trample upon both. Entirely to trust to either, is to disregard our own safety, or not to know mankind. supporting that interest. It is always the interest...kept within the hounds of moderation. It is not he indiTÍduals. Nothing is so strong a tie of umity between nation and nation as correspondence in laws,...
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The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine

Religion - 1863
...other, to the judicial, if not always judicious, action of public opinion. " Men," as Burke said, " are not tied to one another by papers and seals. They...by resemblances, by conformities, by sympathies." These constitute their nationalities ; these blend them in unity of feeling, and gire them a community...
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The art of public speaking

Samuel Neil - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1868
...other, to the judicial, if not always judicious action of public opinion. " Men," as Burke said, " are not tied to one another by papers and seals. They...by resemblances, by conformities, by sympathies." These constitute their nationalities ; these blend them in unity of feeling, and give them a community...
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Education, Volume 20

Education - 1900
...education ; they must receive it in the schools of the people. Burke says "that men are not tied together by papers and seals. They are led to associate by resemblances, by conformities, by sympathies ; '' not by the resemblances of outward forms and circumstances, nor by the conformities which result...
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The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke ...: Charge against Warren ...

Edmund Burke - Philosophy - 1889
...trample upon both. Entirely to trust to either, is to disregard our own safety, or not to know mankind. Men are not tied to one another by papers and seals....between nation and nation as correspondence in laws, eastems, manners, and habits of life. They have more than the force of treaties in themselves. They...
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