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" Measures calculated for that Purpose. APPENDIX. PERFECTION in such inquiries is not in the power of any body of men to obtain at once, whatever may be the extent of their views or the vigour of their exertions. "
General View of the Agriculture of the County of Somerset: With Observations ... - Page vii
by John Billingsley (Esq) - 1798 - 336 pages
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General View of the Agriculture of the County of Stafford: With Observations ...

William Pitt - Agriculture - 1796 - 241 pages
...Conclusion. —Means of Improvement, .and the Measures calculated for that Purpose. PERFECTION in such inquiries is not in the power of any body of men to...their views, or the vigour of their exertions. If LewisXIV. eager to have InVkingdom known, and possessed of boundless power to effect it, failed so...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 8

1796
...and th«Mcafures calculated for that Purpofe. — A'pjxmdix. *• Perfecikm in fuch enquiries is nut in the power of any body of men to obtain at once,...of their views, or the vigour of their exertions. It Lewis XIV: eager to have hi» • kingdcin known, and poírdíed bf boundlefs power to е<теЛ...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 8

Theology - 1796
...Improvement, and the Meafures calculated for (hat Purpofe. — Appendix. " Perfection in fuch enquiries is not in the power of any body of men to obtain at once, whatever tnay be the extent of their views, or the vigour of their exertions. If Lewis XIV. eager to have his...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and ...

1797
...on the agth of July 1/94; the fubftance of which is mftrted in our Regifter for that year. That it " is not in the power of any body of men to obtain perfection in fuch enquiries at once, whatever may be their views, or the extent or the vigour of their...
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general view of the agruculture of shropshire

joseph plymley - 1803
...CONCLUSION. Means of Improvement, and the Measures calculated for that Purpose. .APPENDIX. PERFECTION in such inquiries is not in the power of any body of men to obtain at ouce, whatever may be the extent of their views or the vigour of their exertions. If Louis XIV. eager...
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General View of the Agriculture of Hertfordshire

Agriculture - 1804 - 238 pages
...CONCLUSION. Means of Improvement, and the Measures calculatedfor that Purpose. APPENDIX. PERFECTION in such inquiries is not in the power of any body of men to...of their views or the vigour of their exertions. If Louis XIV. eager to have his kingdom known, and possessed of boundless power to effect it, failed so...
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General View of the Agriculture of the County of Norfolk

Arthur Young - Agriculture - 1804 - 532 pages
...CONCLUSION. Means of Improvement, and tne Measures calculated for that Purpose. APPENDIX. PERFECTION in such inquiries is not in the power of any body of men to...of their views or the vigour of their exertions. If Louis XIV. eager to have his kingdom known, and possessed of boundless power to effec"l it, failed...
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General View of the Agriculture of the County of Kent: With Observations on ...

John Boys - Agriculture - 1805 - 293 pages
...CONCLUSION. Means of Improvement, and the Measures calculated for that Purpose. APPENDIX. PERFECTION in such inquiries is not in the power of any body of men to...of their views or the vigour of their exertions. If Louis XIV. eager to have his kingdom known, and possessed of boundless power to effect it, failed so-...
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General View of the Agriculture of the County of Norfolk: Drawn Up for the ...

Great Britain. Board of Agriculture, Arthur Young - Agriculture - 1813 - 532 pages
...CONCLUSION. Means of Improvement, and the Measures calculated for that Purpose. APPENDIX. PERFECTION in such inquiries is not in the power of any body of men to...of their views or the vigour of their exertions. If Louis XIV. eager to have his kingdom known, and possessed of boundless power to effe<St it, failed...
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General View of the Agriculture of the County of Argyle: With Observations ...

Great Britain. Board of Agriculture, John Smith - Agriculture - 1813 - 347 pages
...CONCLUSION. Means of Improvement, and the Measures calculated for that Purpose, APPENDIX. PERFECTION in such inquiries is not in the power of any body of men to...of their views or the vigour of their exertions. If Louis XIV. eager to have his kingdom known, and possessed of boundless power to effedt it, failed so...
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