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" ... ftaid no where any longer than his benefit^ not his pleafure, detained him. By his previous knowledge of the laws of Rome, he was able to compare them with... "
The History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero - Seite 48
von Conyers Middleton - 1741
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A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical ..., Band 3

1761
...by vifiting thofe places, where arts and fciences flourifhed in their greateft perfection : and he ftaid no where any longer than his benefit, not his pleafure, detained him. Hence at length he returned, not fraught with vice and folly, as we too often fee it happen, (for undoubtedly...
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The History of the Life of M. Tullius Cicero, Band 1

Conyers Middleton - 1790 - 398 Seiten
...and fciences flourifhed in their greateft perfection, Jn a tour the moft delightful of the world, hfe faw every thing that could entertain a curious traveller,...cities , and to bring back with him whatever he found ufeful , either to his country or to himfelf. He was lodged, where -ever he came, in the houfes of...
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A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an ... Account of the ...

1795
...learnt, by vifiting thofe places where arts and fciences flourifhed in their greatelt perfection ; and he ftaid no where any longer than his benefit, not his pleafure, detained him. Hence at length he returned, not fraught with vice and lolly, as we too often fee it happen, but poflelled...
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A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ...

1798
...vUiting thefe places wheic arts and feiences flouriihed in their grcateft perfection ; and he (laid no where any longer than his benefit, not his pleafure, detained him. Hence at length he returned, poflefled of every accompliihment, which cou'.d Improve and adorn a man...
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Elements of General Knowledge: Introductory to Useful Books in the ..., Band 2

Henry Kett - 1803
...confirmed, by a maturity of age and renfon, againft the impreffions of vice. In a tour the moft delightful of the world, he faw every thing that could entertain...cities, and to bring back with him whatever he found ufeful, either to his country, or himfelf. He was lodged, wherever he came, in the houfes of the great...
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The Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero, Band 1

Conyers Middleton - 1804
...could entertain a curious traveller, yet staid no where any longer than his benefit, not his pleasure, detained him. By his previous knowledge of the laws of Rome, he was able to compare them with those of other cities, and to bring back with him whatever he found useful, either to his country or...
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Elements of General Knowledge: Introductory to Useful Books in the ..., Band 2

Henry Kett - 1805
...could entertain a curious traveller ; yet staid no where any longer than his benefit, not his pleasure, detained him. By his previous knowledge of the laws of Rome, he was able to compare them with those of other cities, and to bring back with him whatever he found useful either to his country or...
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Elements of General Knowledge: Introductory to Useful Books in the ..., Band 2

Henry Kett - 1805
...could entertain a curious traveller ; yet staid no where any longer than his benefit, not his pleasure, detained him. By his previous knowledge of the laws of Rome, he was able to compare them with those of other cities, and to bring back with him whatever he found useful either to his country or...
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The Journal of Health, Band 1

1830
...could entertain a curious traveller, yet staid no where any longer than his benefit, not his pleasure, detained him. By his previous knowledge of the laws of Rome, he was able to compare them with those of other cities, and to bring back with him whatever he found useful, either to his country or...
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The Life of M. Tullius Cicero

Conyers Middleton - 1837 - 739 Seiten
...could entertain a curious traveller, yet staid no where any longer than his benefit, not his pleasure, detained him. By his previous knowledge of the laws of Rome, he was able to compare them with those of other cities, and to bring back with him whatever he found useful, either to his country or...
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