Records of British Colonies and Enterprise Beyond Sea: From Original and Authentic Sources

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George Cox, 1852 - 183 ˹
 

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˹ ci - ... fanaticism to think that she can ever enjoy the knowledge and the morals of Europe ; that Providence never intended her to rise above a state of barbarism ; that Providence has irrevocably doomed her to be only a nursery for slaves for us free and civilized Europeans.
˹ 44 - In primis hoc volunt persuadere, non interire animas, sed ab aliis post mortem transire ad alios, atque hoc maxime ad virtutem excitari putant, metu mortis neglecto. Multa praeterea de sideribus atque eorum motu, de mundi ac terrarum magnitudine, de rerum natura, de deorum immortalium vi ac potestate, disputant et juventuti tradunt.
˹ 161 - ... forma mentis aeterna : quam tenere et exprimere, non per alienam materiam et artem, sed tuis ipse moribus possis. Quidquid ex Agricola amavimus, quidquid mirati sumus, manet, mansurumque est in animis hominum, in aeternitate temporum, fama rerum. Nam multos veterum, velut inglorios et ignobiles, oblivio obruet, Agrícola, posteritati narratus et traditus, superstes erit.
˹ ci - There is a people that will never rise to civilization; there is a people destined never to be free; a people without the understanding necessary for the attainment of useful arts; depressed by the hand of nature below the level of the human species; and created to form a supply of slaves for the rest of the world'?
˹ c - It does not distinctly appear, by what means they were procured ; but there was unquestionably no small resemblance, in this particular point, between the case of our ancestors and that of the present wretched natives of Africa : for the historian tells you that "adultery, witchcraft and debt were probably some of the chief sources of supplying the Roman market with British slaves ; that prisoners taken in war were added to the number; and that there might be among them some unfortunate gamesters...
˹ 137 - Dedimus profecto grande patientiae documentum : et sicut vetus aetas vidit, quid ultimum in libertate esset ; ita nos, quid in servitute, adempto per inquisitiones et loquendi audiendique commercio. Memoriam quoque ipsam cum voce perdidissemus, si tarn in nostra potestate esset oblivisci, quam tacere.
˹ li - When lo ! we reach'd old Ocean's utmost bounds, Where rocks control his waves with ever-during mounds. There in a lonely land, and gloomy cells, The dusky nation of Cimmeria dwells; The sun ne'er views th' uncomfortable seats, When radiant he advances or retreats: Unhappy race!
˹ 44 - Disciplina in Britannia reperta atque inde in Galliam translata esse existimatur, et nunc, qui diligentius eam rem cognoscere volunt, plerumque illo discendi causa proficiscuntur.
˹ 120 - Conatus non poeniteat votique peracti ? Evertere domos totas optantibus ipsis Di faciles ; nocitura toga, nocitura petuntur Militia ; torrens dicendi copia multis Et sua mortifera est facundia ; viribus ille 10 Confisus periit admirandisque lacertis.
˹ 147 - ... vero principum filios liberalibus artibus erudire, et ingenia Britannorum studiis Gallorum anteferre, ut qui modo linguam Romanam abnuebant, eloquentiam concupiscerent. inde etiam habitus nostri honor et frequens toga. paulatimque discessum ad delenimenta vitiorum, porticus et balnea et conviviorum elegantiam. idque apud imperitos humanitas vocabatur, cum pars servitutis esset.

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