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" Nations always take a part with their government, whether free or despotic, against foreigners. Against an invasion of foreigners the national character is always engaged, and in such a cause the people often contend as strenuously in the defence of a... "
Essays biographical, historical and miscellaneous, contributed chiefly to ... - Side 195
av George Robert Gleig - 1858
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volum 97

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1853
...part with their government, • whether free or despotic, against foreigners. Against an in' vasion of foreigners, the national character is always engaged,...national spirit. When a people cease to have a national cha' racter to maintain, they lose the mainspring of whatever is ' laudable, both in public and in...
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The Life of Major-General Sir Thomas Munro, Bart. and K.C.B., Late ..., Volum 3

George Robert Gleig - 1830
...lost its liberty, it is still a privilege to have its countryman and not a foreigner as its ruler. Nations always take a part with their Government,...life, and the private sinks with the public character. Though under such obstacles the improvement of character must necessarily be slow and difficult, and...
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Life of Sir Thomas Munro

George Robert Gleig - 1849 - 368 sider
...lost its liberty, it is still a privilege to have its countryman and not a foreigner as its ruler. Nations always take a part with their Government,...life, and the private sinks with the public character. " Though under such obstacles the improvement of character must necessarily be slow and difficult,...
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The life of ... sir Thomas Munro, with extracts from his correspondence and ...

George Robert Gleig - 1849
...lost its liberty, it is still a privilege to have its countryman and not a foreigner as its ruler. Nations always take a part with their Government,...life, and the private sinks with the public character. "Though under such obstacles the improvement of character must necessarily be slow and difficult, and...
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India: Its Government Under a Bureaucracy

John Dickinson - 1853 - 209 sider
...effete" native Governments ? because they do not feel themselves degraded as they do under us, for it is not the arbitrary power of a national sovereign,...subjugation to a foreign one that destroys national power and extinguishes national spirit, and with this the mainspring of whatever is laudable both in...
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Major-General Sir Thomas Munro, Governor of Madras: Selections from ..., Volum 2

Sir Thomas Munro - 1881
...lost its liberty, it is still a privilege to have its countryman and not a foreigner as its ruler. Nations always take a part with their government,...life, and the private sinks with the public character. Though under such obstacles the improvement of character must necessarily be slow and difficult, and...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign India ...

1830
...and in such a cause the people often contend as strenuously in the defence of a despotic as of a fret government. It is not the arbitrary power of a national...life, and the private sinks with the public character. 39. Though under such obstacles the improvement of character must necessarily be slow and difficult,...
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