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Books Books 1 - 10 of 10 on B. c. 401. The first two books of the Hellenica, which formed this continuation,....
" B. c. 401. The first two books of the Hellenica, which formed this continuation, are certainly very far superior to the last five, but they are not to be mentioned in the same breath with the work of Thucydides. There is not in any one of the writings... "
The budget closed - Page 20
by Jane Anthony Eames - 1860 - 368 pages
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History of the literature of ancient Greece [tr. by sir G.C. Lewis and J.W ...

Carl Otfried Müller, John William Donaldson - 1858
...of the Hellenica, which formed this continuation, are certainly very far superior to the last five, but they are not to be mentioned in the same breath with the work of Thucydides. There is not in any one of the writings of Xenophon a real developement of one...
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A History of the Literature of Ancient Greece: From the Foundation ..., Volume 1

John William Donaldson - Greek literature - 1858
...of the Hellenica, which formed this continuation, are certainly very far superior to the last five, but they are not to be mentioned in the same breath with the work of Thucydides. There is not in any one of the writings of Xenophon a real developement of one...
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THE BUDGET CLOSED.

JANE ANTHONY EAMES - 1860
...think of letting such an event go by without making some exertions to witness it; and the'consequence was, I slept but little last night, partly owing to...and entirely eaten up, except his boots! But, as an offset to this marvellous story, I must admit his narratives are not always to be depended upon. To...
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Hints to thinkers; or, Lectures for the times

William Edward Baxter - 1860
...excesses that have been committed by the multitude when suddenly released from the gripe of despotism, they are not to be mentioned in the same breath with the sufferings endured by the victims of tyranny. More cruelty is perpetrated in a single year in the dungeons...
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Depositions from the Castle of York: Relating to Offenses ..., Volume 40

James Raine - Law reports, digests, etc - 1861 - 346 pages
...peed Dalton of Shap!'" Another religious body that must be noticed are the Roman Catholics. Although they are not to be mentioned in the same breath with the fanatics who have just been spoken of, they were treated with even greater harshness and severity....
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A month in Russia during the marriage of the czarevitch

Edward James S. Dicey - 1867
...berths in the state cabins of an American river steamer. As to the American railway sleeping cars, they are not to be mentioned in the same breath with the Russian. There we slept till nine o'clock in the morning, as soundly as if we had been under a roof,...
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The Australian in London and America ...

James Francis Hogan - Australia - 1889 - 280 pages
...little, if at all, superior to the old-fashioned omnibuses that compete with them for public patronage. They are not to be mentioned in the same breath with the noiseless, luxurious street cars of Melbourne and San Francisco, drawn by an underground, steam-propelled,...
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The American Botanist, Volumes 13-16

Willard Nelson Clute - Botany - 1907
...seen the conservatories at New York, Boston, Washington and other large cities we are satisfied that they are not to be mentioned in the same breath with the Garfield Park houses in point of size and arrangement. This being only the second season for the conservatories...
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The Bystander: An Illustrated Weekly, Devoted to Travel ..., Volume 16

1907
...mixtures have been produced which will doubtless find advocates, although, of course, aesthetically, they are not to be mentioned in the same breath with the more delicate nuances. Also, there are assuredly matrons who, indulging in the comfort of a shirt,...
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Publications of the Surtees Society, Volume 42

John Richard Walbran, Surtees Society, James Raine - Great Britain - 1863
...peed Dalton of Shap!"' Another religious body that must be noticed are the Roman Catholies. Although they are not to be mentioned in the same breath with the fanaties who have just been spoken of, they were treated with even greater harshness and severity....
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