Staats- und Gesellschafts-Lexikon: neues Conversations-Lexikon : in Verbindung mit deutschen Gelehrten und Staatsmännern, Volume 22

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Page 102 - The real price of every thing, what every thing really costs to the man who wants to acquire it, is the toil and trouble of acquiring it. What every thing is really worth to the man who has acquired it, and who wants to dispose of it or exchange it for something else, is the toil and trouble which it can save to himself, and which it can impose upon other people.
Page 413 - Scripture ; the result of which tendency appeared in 1705, in a work entitled the Old Apology for the Truth of the Christian Religion against the Jews and Gentiles revived.
Page 161 - Wheaton histoire des progrès du droit des gens en Europe depuis la paix de Westphalie jusqu'au Congrès de Vienne.
Page 434 - POSTHUMOUS MEMOIRS OF His OWN TIME, including Original Anecdotes of the most distinguished political and literary personages, wits and beauties of the latter part of the reign of George III.
Page 100 - Food not only constitutes the principal part of the riches of the world, but it is the abundance of food which gives the principal part of their value to many other sorts of riches.
Page 171 - The Liturgy of the Church of England reduced nearer to the Primitive Standard '), 1713.
Page 296 - France and the allied powers, he, in 1811, published a narrative, with the title of an Account of the Campaigns in Poland in 1806 and 1807, with Remarks on the Character and Composition of the Russian Army (4to.).
Page 295 - ... Hompesch's mounted riflemen ; and in the following year, he was employed in Egypt, and was present at the different actions which took place in that country. (See Egypt, Campaign in.) In 1802, after having previously given to the press a translation of Regnier's State of Egypt, he published a Historical Account of the British Expedition to Egypt, with some Important Facts relative to General Bonaparte (4to.).
Page 171 - Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Mr. William Whiston, written by himself, London, 1749.
Page 323 - ... and Good Feeling of the English people on the Subject of the Catholic Hierarchy. — 1850. Three Lectures on the Catholic Hierarchy. — 1850, The Social and Intellectual State of England compared with its Moral Condition. A Lecture. — 1850. Essays on Various Subjects. — 3 vols. — 1853.' On the Connection between the Arts of Design and the Arts of Production.

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