Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 10 of 11 on These truly wise men dwelt between the rivers Hyphasis and Ganges; their country....
" These truly wise men dwelt between the rivers Hyphasis and Ganges; their country Alexander the Great never entered, deterred not by the fear of the inhabitants, but, as I suppose, by religious considerations ; for, had he passed the Hyphasis, he might... "
Military antiquities respecting a history of the English army, from the Conquest - Page 392
by Francis Grose - 1801
Full view - About this book

The Vagabond: A Novel, Volume 2

George Walker - English fiction - 1799
...find a catalogue of gkrioui exploits of a fimilar nature. pretended it was on account of religion, but had he pafled the Hyphafis, he might doubtlefs have...three thoufand fuch as Ajax to the aflault. For they came not into the held to fight thofe who attacked them : but thefe holy men, beloved by the gods,...
Full view - About this book

The Vagabond: Or, Practical Infidelity: A Novel

George Walker - English fiction - 1814 - 265 pages
...on account of religion) but had he passed the Hyphasis he might doubtless have made himself master of the country all round them ; but their cities he could never have taken, though he ha4 led a thousand as brave as Achilles, or three thousand such as Ajax to the assault. For they came...
Full view - About this book

The oriental rambler, or, The papers of Polyphilus

1844
...religious considerations. For had he " passed the Hyphasis, he might doubtless have " made himself master of the country all round " them ; but their cities he could never have " taken, though he had led a thousand as brave " as Achilles, or three thousand such as Ajax. " to the assault. For they come not...
Full view - About this book

The Sportsman's Cyclopaedia: Comprising a Complete Elucidation of the ...

Thomas Burgeland Johnson - Hunting - 1848 - 940 pages
...religious considerations ; for, had he passed the Hyphasis, he might doubtless have made himself master of the country all round them ; but their cities he could never have taken, though he had led a thousand as brave as Achilles, or three thousand such as Ajax, to the assault : for they come not out...
Full view - About this book

Shooting

Robert Blakey - 1854
...passed tne Hyphasis, he might doubtless have made himself master of the country all around them ; tut their cities he could never have taken, though he had led a thousand as brave as Achilles, or threc thousand^ such as Ajax, to the assault ; for they came not...
Full view - About this book

Shooting: A Manual of Practical Information on this Branch of British Field ...

Robert Blakey - Shooting - 1859 - 183 pages
...had he passed the fiyphasis, he might doubtless have made himself master of the country all around them ; but their cities he could never have taken, though he had led a thousand as brave as Achilles, or three thousand such as Ajax, to the assault; for they came not into...
Full view - About this book

The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 233

Early English newspapers - 1872
...religious considerations ; for, had he passed the Hyphasis, he might doubtless have made himself master of the country all round them ; but their cities he could never have taken, though he lrd led a thousand men as brave as Achilles, or three thousand such as Ajax, to the assault ; for they...
Full view - About this book

The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 9; Volume 233

English periodicals - 1872
...religious considerations ; for, had he passed the Hyphasis, he might doubtless have made himself master of the country all round them ; but their cities he could never have takin, thcugh he had led a thousand men as brave as Achilles, or three thousand such as Ajax, to the...
Full view - About this book

Proceedings of the Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow, Volume 12

Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow - Science - 1881
...passed the Hyphasis, he might " doubtless have made himself master of the country all round him ; " but their cities he could never have taken, though he had led a " thousand as brave as Achilles or ten thousand such as Ajax to "the assault. For they come not out...
Full view - About this book

The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 11

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1888
...people of India, dwelling between the Uyphasis and the Ganges, whose country Alexander never entered : " Their cities he could never have taken, though he had led a thousand аз brave as Achilles, or three thousand such as Ajax, to the assault ; for thoy come nut...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download EPUB
  5. Download PDF