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" ... the savage tribes of mankind, as they approach nearer to the condition of animals, preserve a stronger resemblance to themselves and to each other. The uniform stability of their manners is the natural consequence of the imperfection of their faculties.... "
Man, Past and Present - Page 318
de Augustus Henry Keane - 1899 - 584 pages
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 3

Edward Gibbon - 1804 - 502 pages
...speculations of a philosopher; itnd the savage tribes of mankind, as they approach nearer to the condition of animals, preserve a stronger resemblance to themselves...their enjoyments, still continue the same : and the influence of fooci or climate, which, in a more improved state of society, is suspended, or subdued,...
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“The” History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 4

Edward Gibbon - 1820 - 460 pages
...speculations of a philosopher; and the savage tribes of mankind, as they approach nearer to the condition of animals, preserve a stronger resemblance to themselves...imperfection of their faculties. Reduced to a similar situa, d The original Scythians of Herodotus (1. iv, c. 47—57, 99—101) were confined by the Danube...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 3

Edward Gibbon - 1827 - 526 pages
...speculations of a philosopher; and the savage tribes of mankind, as they approach nearer to the condition of animals, preserve a stronger resemblance to themselves...of their manners, is the natural consequence of the d The original Scythians of Herodotus (1. iv. c. 47—57. 99—101.) were confined by the Danube and...
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The Annals of Jamaica, Volume 2

George Wilson Bridges - 1828 - 530 pages
...refused to cultivate the soil, and whose restless spirit disdained the confinement of a sedentary life. The uniform stability of their manners is the natural...similar situation, their wants, their desires, their engagements, still continue the same ; and the influence of food or climate, which, in an improved...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 2

Edward Gibbon - 1831 - 468 pages
...nearer to the condition of animals, preserve a stronger resemblance to themselves and to each olher. The uniform stability of their manners is the natural...their enjoyments, still continue the same : and the influence of food or climate, which, in a more improved state of society, is suspended, or subdued,...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volumes 10 à 11

1837 - 538 pages
...speculations of a philosopher; and the savage tribes of mankind, as they approach nearer to the condition of animals, preserve a stronger resemblance to themselves...their enjoyments, still continue the same : and the influence of food or climate, which, in a more improved state of society, is suspended, or subdued,...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 10

1837 - 260 pages
...speculations of a philosopher ; and the savage tribes of mankind, as they approach nearer to the condition of animals, preserve a stronger resemblance to themselves...their enjoyments, still continue the same: and the influence of food or climate, which, in a more. improved state of society, is suspended, or subdued,...
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Instructive Extracts, Comprising Religious and Moral Instruction, Natural ...

1843 - 350 pages
...speculations of a philosopher ; and the savage tribes of mankind, as they approach nearer to the condition of animals, preserve a stronger resemblance to themselves...their enjoyments, still continue the same : and the influence of food or climate, which, in a more improved state of society, is suspended, or subdued,...
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The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire, with ..., Volume 3

Edward Gibbon - 1854 - 504 pages
...speculations of a philosopher ; and the savage tribes of mankind, as they approach nearer to the condition of animals, preserve a stronger resemblance to themselves...their enjoyments still continue the same ; and the influence of food or climate, which, in a more improved state of society, is suspended or subdued by...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volume 3

Edward Gibbon - 1856 - 752 pages
...according to M. Kl.umith, are a tribe of the Tatar nation. Tableaux U>nt. d« 1' Asie, p. 154. — M. • of animals, preserve a stronger resemblance to themselves...each other. The uniform stability of their manners is tin- natural consequence of the imperfection of their faculties. Reducer! to a similar situation, their...
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