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" English, and abounds in exquisite beauties of mere literary form; and, finally, that it forbids the veriest hind who never left his village to be ignorant of the existence of other countries and other civilizations, and of a great past, stretching back... "
New Outlook - 第 221 頁
由 編輯 - 1911
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The Westminster Review, 第 162 卷

1904
...as Dante and Tasso once were to the Italians; that it is written in the noblest and 'purest English, and abounds in exquisite beauties of mere literary...hind, who never left his village, to be ignorant of other countries and other civilisations of a great past, stretching back to the furthest limits of...
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Nature, 第 63 卷

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1901
...in the noblest and purest English, and abounds in exquisite beauties of mere literary form ; aml,j finally, that it forbids the veriest hind who never...be ignorant of the existence of other countries and oih« civilisations, and of a great pas!, stretching back to the furtheS limits of the oldest nations...
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The Impending Conflict Between Romanism and Protestantism in the United States

J. J. Smith - 1871 - 288 頁
...that is best and noblest in English history; that it is written in the noblest and purest English, and abounds in exquisite beauties of mere literary...civilizations, and of a great past, stretching back to the farthest limits of the oldest nations in the world. By the study of what other book could children...
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The Indian student's manual

1875 - 348 頁
...as Dante and Tasso were once to the Italians ; that it is written in the noblest and purest English, and abounds in exquisite beauties of mere literary...; and finally that it forbids the veriest hind who ever left his native village to be ignorant of the existence of other countries and other civilizations,...
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Parliamentary Debates

New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives - 1877
...that ia best and noblest in English history ; that it is written in the noblest and purest English, and abounds in exquisite beauties of mere literary...countries and other civilizations, and of a great past, stretehing back to the furthest limits of the oldest nations of the world. By the stndy of what 36...
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Bible inspiration: its reality and nature

John Charles Ryle (bp. of Liverpool.) - 1877
...Dantti and Tasso once were to the Italians ; — that it is written in the best and purest English, and abounds in exquisite beauties of mere literary...hind who never left his village to be ignorant of other countries and other civilizations, and of a great past, stretching back to the furthest limits...
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Heathen, Jewish, and infidel testimony to Bible facts, Christianity, etc

George Bate (F.R.S.S.) - 1883 - 196 頁
...that it is written in the noblest and purest English, and abounds in exquisite beauties of a merely literary form ; and finally, that it forbids the veriest...ignorant of the existence of other countries and other civilisation, and of a great past, stretching back to the furthest limits of the oldest nations in...
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God Out and Man in: Or, Replies to Robert G. Ingersoll

William Henry Platt - 1883 - 320 頁
...as Dante and Tasso once were to the Italians; that it is written in the noblest and purest English, and abounds in exquisite beauties of mere literary...hind, who never left his village, to be ignorant of other countries and other civilization, and of a great past, stretching back to the farthest limits...
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Rome in America

Justin Dewey Fulton, Robert Stuart Macarthur (D.D.) - 1884 - 164 頁
...in exquisite beauties of new literary form; and finally, that it forbids the veriest hind who ever left his village to be ignorant of the existence of...other countries and other civilizations, and of a groat past stretching back to the farthest limits of the oldest nations of the world. By the stndy...
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The sceptic's creed: a review

Nevison Loraine - 1885
...Italians; that it is written in the noblest and purest English, and abounds in exquisite beauties of a mere literary form ; and finally, that it forbids...civilizations, and of a great past stretching back to the farthest limits of the oldest nations in the world. By the study of what other book could children...
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