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A History of Ancient Geography Among the Greeks and Romans: From the ... - Page 256
by Edward Herbert Bunbury - 1879
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The Georgian Era: The royal family. The pretenders and their adherents ...

---- Clarke - Great Britain - 1832
...pains and penalties against Queen Caroline ; of whose guilt, he appears to have felt a full conviction; but it does not seem to have occurred to him, that the king, by his own libertine habits, had deprived himself of any just claim to a divorce. Perceiving,...
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Annual Register

History - 1838
...little to allege against the authority of this case, except that it was the only one on the hooks ; but it does not seem to have occurred to him, that the want of cases told equally against his side of the question ; and, that if more instances of the enforcement...
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Annual Register, Volume 79

Edmund Burke - History - 1838
...little to allege against the authority of this case, except that it was the only one on the books ; but it does not seem to have occurred to him, that the want of cases told equally against his side of the question; and, that if more instances of the enforcement...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 37

Great Britain - 1880
...same kind which he has made, on the ground that he hoped to make Brusa a fashionable watering-place ; but it does not seem to have occurred to him that the Empire could not be saved by such reforms as these. Mithad Pacha, corrupt as he is, has clearer ideas...
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A Book about Lawyers

John Cordy Jeaffreson - Great Britain - 1867 - 432 pages
...consistency—with petulance rather than firmness*—his action must have produced many beneficial results. But it does not seem to have occurred to him that the system adopted by his predecessors, and en* Mr. Foss observes : "In 1350, William de Thrope, Chief...
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Pleasantries of English Courts and Lawyers: A Book about Lawyers

John Cordy Jeaffreson - Law - 1876 - 322 pages
...— with petulance rather than firmness ' — his action must have produced many beneficial results. But it does not seem to have occurred to him that the system adopted by his predecessors, and encouraged by the usages of his own time, was the real source...
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A history of ancient geography among the Greeks and Romans

sir Edward Herbert Bunbury (9th bart.) - 1879
...different authors.7 When he has no means of determining between them, he adds, he contents himself with repeating the conflicting statements : but it does...provinces of the East, which in his * v. 4, § 9, p. 248. i The first distance is almost precisely * us TtKfiaipon' &v ns ri> j^aiplov TOVTO correct, according...
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A History of Ancient Geography Among the Greeks and Romans from ..., Volume 2

Edward Herbert Bunbury - Classical geography - 1883
...different authors.7 When he has no means of determining between them, he adds, he contents himself with repeating the conflicting statements : but it does...course of the Appian Way — the great highway from Home to the provinces of the East, which in his • v. 4, § 9, p. 248. 6 &>s Teicjuafpoir' &v rts...
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A History of Ancient Geography Among the Greeks and Romans from ..., Volume 2

Edward Herbert Bunbury - Classical geography - 1883
...different authors.7 When he has no means of determining between them, he adds, he contents himself with repeating the conflicting statements : but it does...describing Brundusium he notices briefly the course of the Appiau Way — the great highway from Rome to the provinces of the East, which in his • v. 4, §...
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Proceedings of the Liverpool Geological Society: Sessions, Volume 6

Liverpool Geological Society - Geology - 1892
...force into which, if they reached to a sufficient depth, the fluid matter of the earth might be forced. But it does not seem to have occurred to him that the causes producing elevation will affect the earth's crust in a great variety of ways other than these,...
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