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" European kingdoms having undergone the greatest revolutions within these two hundred years; whilst all the evidence which etymology can give, the technical language of the art being all Dutch or German, directly points out the Low Countries as the place... "
Memorabilia curliana Mabenensia [by R. Brown. In Engl.]. - Page 10
by Richard Brown (member of the Lochmaben curling soc.) - 1830
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The Sportsman

...which etymology can give, the technical language of the art being all Dutch or German, directly points out the Low Countries as the place where it originated....emigrants who settled in Scotland about the end of the 16th and beginning of the 16th century. Neither does it appear at what precise period the " sound of...
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American Journal of Education, Volume 6

Education - 1859
...Germany, and in one place and another began to teach the new doctrines in universities and gymnasia. About the end of the 15th and beginning of the 16th century, the new system found a home in the universities of Tubingen and Heidelberg : Agricola, Reuchliu, the...
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German universities: contributions to the history and improvement of the ...

Karl von Raumer - Universities and colleges - 1859 - 256 pages
...Germany, and in one place and another began to teach the new doctrines in universities and gymnasia. About the end of the 15th and beginning of the 16th century, the new system found a home in the universities of Tiibingen and Heidelberg: Agricola, Reuchlin, the...
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Publications, Volume 1

1869
...has never been practised by the Celtic population, and an opinion obtains that it was introduced by those Flemish emigrants who settled in Scotland about the end of the fifteenth century. Kilian, a German writer of the seventeenth century, describes a pastime like quoiting...
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The Sporting magazine; or Monthly calendar of the transactions of the turf ...

...wbich etymology can give, the technical language of the art being all Dutch or German, directly points out the Low Countries as the place where it originated....century. Neither does it appear at what precise period ihe " sound of thumping rocks " was first heard in our vailles. Whilst most of our national amusements...
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Benedict de Spinoza: his life, correspondence, and ethics

Robert Willis - Philosophy - 1870 - 647 pages
...inquiry, that aspiration after more light, and greater intellectual, moral, and religious freedom, which about the end of the 15th and beginning of the 16th century began to be so generally felt over central and northern Europe. The religious wars with the Moors,...
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