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Defective Eyesight: The Principles of Its Relief by Glasses - Page 187
by Daniel Bennett St. John Roosa - 1899 - 193 pages
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The Rise of the Dutch Republic: A History, Volume 1

John Lothrop Motley - Netherlands - 1856
...Civilis and William the Silent, two heroes of ancient German stock, who had learned the arts of war and peace in the service of a foreign and haughty...sequel, a Batavian realm of which he would have been the inevitable chief. Both offered the throne to a Gallic prince, for Classicus was but the prototype...
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The North American Review, Volume 83

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1856
...Civilis and William the Silent, two heroes of ancient German stock, who had learned the arts of war and peace in the service of a foreign and haughty...sequel, a Batavian realm of which he would have been the inevitable chief. Both offered the throne to a Gallic prince, for Classicus was but the prototype...
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A manual of the diseases of the eye

Nottidge Charles Macnamara - 1872
...f1om the tun and darted down to the ea1th. more y*te flue th.in ai1, and fa1 too imall to be ieen , concentration of purpose, constancy in calamity, elasticity...both. The ambition of each was subordinate to the 6J. from the sun; how does it come? Many thought that the whole space around the earth, and things...
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Scripture Proverbs: Illustrated, Annotated, and Applied

Francis Jacox - Bible - 1876 - 604 pages
...stock, who had learnt the arts of war and peace in the service of a foreign and haughty world-empire ; the ambition of each was subordinate to the cause which he served, for both refused the crown, although each, perhaps, contemplated, in the sequel, a Batavian realm of...
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A Handbook of Ophthalmic Science and Practice

Henry Edward Juler - Electronic books - 1884 - 467 pages
...arts of war and peace in the service of a foreign and haugtby world-empire. Determination, D = !,>. concentration of purpose, constancy in calamity, elasticity...both. The ambition of each was subordinate to the D = 1,75. cause which he served. Both refused the crown, although each, perhaps, contemplated, in the...
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A Handbook of Ophthalmic Science and Practice

Henry Edward Juler - Electronic books - 1884 - 467 pages
...faith, seem so closely to repeat themselves, that History appears to present the 3J. 4Jconcentration of purpose, constancy in calamity, elasticity almost...both. The ambition of each was subordinate to the 6J. cause which he served. Both refused the crown, although each, perhaps, contemplated, in the sequel,...
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The Determination of the Necessity for Wearing Glasses

Daniel Bennett St. John Roosa - 1887 - 73 pages
...calamity, elasticity almost preternatural, self-denial, consummate craft in political combinaNo. 7. tions, personal fortitude, and passionate patriotism, were...crown, although each, perhaps, contemplated, in the No. . sequel, a Batavian realm of which he would have been the inevitable chief. Both offered the...
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The rise of the Dutch republic: a history, Volumes 1-2

John Lothrop Motley - Netherlands - 1898
...concentration of purpose, constancy in calamity, elasticity almost preternatural, self-denial, consumate craft in political combinations, personal fortitude,...sequel, a Batavian realm of which he would have been the inevitable chief. Both offered the throne to a Gallic prince, for Classicus was but the prototype...
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The rise of the Dutch republic: a history

John Lothrop Motley - History - 1901
...Civilis and William the Silent, two heroes of ancient German stock, who had learned the arts of war and peace in the service of a foreign and haughty...sequel, a Batavian realm of which he would have been the inevitable chief. Both offered the throne to a Gallic prince, for Classicus was but the prototype...
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The Historians' History of the World: France, 1815-1904, Netherlands

Henry Smith Williams - World history - 1904
...Civilis and William the Silent, two heroes of ancient German stock, who had learned the arts of war and peace in the service of a foreign and haughty...contemplated, in the sequel, a Batavian realm of which ne would have been the inevitable chief. Both offered the throne to a Gallic prince, for Classicus...
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