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" ... considering the wonderful events of the past and present times, and the inscrutable dispensations of an over-ruling Providence, may we not look forward into futurity, and without departing from the rigid laws of probability, predict the occurrence... "
Collections of the New York Historical Society - Page 98
1814
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The Life of Lorenzo De' Medici,: Called the Magnificent, 2. köide

William Roscoe - 1795
...licentious. On all sides he touched the extremes of human character, and the powers of his mind were only bounded by that impenetrable circle which prescribes the limits of human nature. As a statesman, Lorenzo de' Medici appears to peculiar advantage. Uniformly employed in securing the...
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The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion, 12. köide

1801
...licentious. On all sides he touched the extremes of human character; and the powers of his mind were only bounded by that impenetrable circle which prescribes the limits of human nature. POLITIANO CELEBRATED BY CARDINAL BEMBO. Whilst borne in sable state Lorenzo's bier, The tyrant death...
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Discourse Delivered Before the New-York Historical Society: At Their ...

DeWitt Clinton - 1812 - 81 lehte
...futurity, and without departing from the rigid laws of probability, predict the occurrence of similar scenes, at some remote period of time. And perhaps,...impenetrable circle, which prescribes the limits of human nature,1* may rally the barbarous nations of Asia, under the standard of a mighty empire. Following...
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Illustrations, Historical and Critical, of the Life of Lorenzo De ..., 2. köide

William Roscoe - 1822 - 391 lehte
...328. " On all sides, he touched the extremes of human character, and the powers of his mind were only bounded by that impenetrable circle which prescribes the limits of human nature." WOT satisfied with endeavouring to deprive Lorenzo de' Medici of his character as a statesman, M. de...
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Sketches of the History, Manners, and Customs of the North American Indians

James Buchanan (British consul at New York.) - 1824 - 371 lehte
...futurity, and without departing from the rigid laws of probability, predict the occurrence of similar scenes, at some remote period of time. And, perhaps,...availing himself of the navigation, arms, and military skill of civilized nations, he may, after subverting the neighbouring despotisms of the old world,...
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Sketches of the History, Manners, and Customs of the North ..., 1. köide

James Buchanan - 1824 - 156 lehte
...futurity, and without departing from the rigid laws of probability, predict the occurrence of similar scenes, at some remote period of time. And, perhaps,...availing himself of the navigation, arms, and military skill of civilized nations, he may, after subverting the neighbouring despotisms of the old world,...
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Sketches of the History, Manners, and Customs of the North American Indians

James Buchanan (British consul at New York.) - 1824 - 371 lehte
...futurity, and without departing from the rigid laws of probability, predict the occurrence of similar scenes, at some remote period of time. And, perhaps,...availing himself of the navigation, arms, and military skill of civilized nations, he may, after subverting the neighbouring despotisms of the old world,...
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Sketches of the History, Manners Et Customs of the North-american ..., 2. köide

James Buchanan - 1824
...futurity, and without departing from the rigid laws of probability, -predict the occurrence of similar scenes, at some remote period of time. And, perhaps,...empire, some* transcendent genius, whose powers of rnind shall only be bounded by that impenetrable circle which prescribes the limits of human nature,*...
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The life of Lorenzo de' Medici. [With] Poesie del magnifico ..., 2. köide

William Roscoe - 1825
...licentious. On all sides he touched the extremes of human . character; and the powers of his mind were only bounded by that impenetrable circle which prescribes the limits of human nature, (a) As a statesman, Lorenzo de' Medici appears to Review of peculiar advantage. Uniformly employed...
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Lives of the Italian Poets: With Twenty Medallion Portraits, 1. köide

Henry Stebbing - 1831
...licentious. On all sides he touched the extremes of human character, and the powers of his mind were only bounded by that impenetrable circle which prescribes the limits of human nature." With much of this eloquent praise the narrative of his life will incline most readers to agree; it...
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