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An index of prohibited books, by command of ... Gregory xvi. in 1835 - Seite 85
von Joseph Mendham, Index librorum prohibitorum - 1840
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Band 98

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1853
...Greece, to be of any value, must be also a running commentary on the evidence, and he has endeavoured to put the reader in a position to judge for himself on every disputable point. But the discussions, though to a historical taste as interesting as the narrative,...
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An Index of Prohibited Books

Joseph Mendham - 1840 - 130 Seiten
...of the Card. DUKE or YORK, Rome, 1764, the bull is transcribed at length in its la»t form. in Home of a form justly offensive to the European powers....in later times. * See the testimonies at length in Lit. Pol. pp. 260, 1. De POTTER is added. 85 Excommunicamus, et anathematizamus ex parte Dei Oinnipotentis...
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Dissertations and Discussions: Political, Philosophical and Historical

John Stuart Mill - 1859
...Greece, to be of any value, must be also a running commentary on the evidence, and he has endeavoured to put the reader in a position to judge for himself on every disputable point. But the discussions, though to a historical taste as interesting as the narrative,...
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M. de Tocqueville on democracy in America

John Stuart Mill - 1859
...Greece, to be of any value, must be also a running commentary on the evidence, and he has endeavoured to put the reader in a position to judge for himself on every disputable point. But the discussions, though to a historical taste as interesting as the narrative,...
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The Contemporary Review, Band 35

1879
...to draw the inferences which seem to us to follow necessarily from the objective premises laid down. In order" to put the reader in a position to judge for himself what are the conditions to be taken into account, and in order to enable him to form a correct estimate...
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Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics, Band 8

1895
...calves out of the IOOO died ; in other localities the mortality was only about 2O per 1000. However, in order to put the reader in a position to judge for himself, we publish the figures which have been sent to us, taking 1893 as the type for the mean mortality per...
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