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" ... its merchants, who paid a heavy price for labour, to compete with those of other nations, who paid but a trifle for it. Did his noble friend conceive, that the commercial greatness of England had arisen from any superior advantage in its climate,... "
Memoirs of the Public Life and Administration of the Right Honourable, the ... - Side 570
1827 - 649 sider
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The Parliamentary Debates, Volum 1

Great Britain. Parliament - 1820
...the lame and Eight to the blind : it had inspired the dull with enterprise, and to theenterprising had given additional energy : it had placed the country,...ever produced. He would find that they did not number among their inhabitants a Watts, a Bolton, an Arkwright, and many other names to which England •was...
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Annual Register, Del 1

Edmund Burke - 1822
...power and greatness to her machinery. It had given, as it were, legs to the lame, and sight to th<; blind ; it had inspired the dull with enterprise,...produced. He would find, that they did not number among their inhabitants, a Watts, a Bolton, an Arkwright, and many another name to which England was...
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Annual Register, Volum 1

1822
...heavy price for labour, to compete with those of other nations, who paid but a trifle for it. Did liis noble friend conceive, that the commercial greatness...produced. He would find, that they did not number among their inhabitants, a Watts, a Bolton, an Arkwright, and many another name to which England was...
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Dodsley's Annual Register

1822
...enabled its merchants, who paid a heavy price for labour, to compete with those of other nation*,who paid but a trifle for it. Did his noble Friend conceive)...climates of more genial influence, lands of much richer quality—but he would not find ip their boundaries men, whose Uiind wag a richer treasure to the land...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volum 14

1823
...of Milton, it. perplexes monarchs with fear of change. British statesmen, in a word, whether we look to the east or to the west, to the north or to the south, to India or to Persia, to Turkey, to Greece, to Naples, to Spain, to Portugal, to Wirtemberg, to Mexico,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volum 14

1823
...of Milton, it perplexes monarcas with fear of change. British statesmen, in a word, whether we look to the east or to the west, to the north or to the south, to ludia or to Persia, to Turkey, to Greece, to Naples, to Spain, to Portugal, to Wirtemberg, to Mexico,...
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Volum 95

1825
...feelings of an exile. When we would raise our eyes to look towards them in fancy, it is vain to look to the east or to the west, to the north or to the south, but we must fancy them far away on the other side of the world, in some slanting direction below our...
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Spirit of the English Magazines

1826
...fociings of an exile. When we would raise our eyes to look towards them in fancy, it is vain to look to the east or to the west, to the north or to (he south, but we must fancy them far away on the other side of the world, in some slanting direction...
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Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania, Volum 1

1828
...stand upon enviable ground. Situated in the centre of trade and navigation, we can carry our produce to the east, or to the west, to the north, or to the south, according to the fluctuations of the market, while at the same time we can procure the articles we...
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Biblical Repertory, Volum 1

1829
...decide, if they have no beneficiaries within their limits, whether they should send their surplus funds to the East or to the West, to the North or to the South. We now proceed to notice the security which our author thinks he finds in the mode of choosing Directors...
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