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" In the short space of little more than a century they became such statesmen, warriors, orators, historians, physicians, poets, critics, painters, sculptors? architects, and (last of all) philosophers, that one can hardly help considering that golden period,... "
Hermes: Or, a Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Language and Universal Grammar - ˹ 417
James Harris - 1751 - 427 ˹
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Several Hands - 1752
...became fuch ftatefmenj warriors, orators, hittorians, phyficianf, poets, critics, painters, fculptors, architects, and (laft of all) philofophers, that one can hardly help confidering that Gddenperiod, as a providential event in honour of human nature, to (hew to what perfection the fpecies...

The Life of John Milton: Containing, Besides, the History of His Works ...

John Toland - 1761 - 259 ˹
...became fuch ftatefmen, warriors, orators, hiftorians, phyficians, poets, critics, painters, fculptors, architects, and laft of all philofophers, that one...confidering that golden period, as a providential event in honor of human nature, to Ihew to what perfection the fpecies jnight afcend. Harris, the ingenuous...

Hermes: Or, A Philosophical Inqviry Concerning Vniversal Grammar

James Harris - 1765 - 441 ˹
...Hiftorians, Phyilcians, Poets, Critics, Painters, Sculptors, Architects, and (laft of all) TPhilofophers, that one can hardly help confidering THAT GOLDEN PERIOD,...to {hew to what perfection the Species might afcend (#). Now ( g ) If we except Homer, Hefiod, and the Lyric Poets, we hear of few Grecian Writers before...

Hermes, Or, A Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Universal Grammar

James Harris - 1771 - 442 ˹
...little more' than a Century, they became fuch Statefmen, Warriors, Orators, Hiftorians, Phyficians, Poets, Critics, Painters, Sculptors, Architects, and...Philofophers, that one can hardly help confidering TH AT GOLDEN PERIOD, as a Providential Event in honour of human Nature, to (hew to what perfection...

Conjectural Observations on the Origin and Progress of Alphabetic Writing

Charles Davy - 1772 - 126 ˹
...century they became fuch ftatefmen, warriors, orators, hiftorians, poets, critics, painters, fculptors, architects, and, laft of all, philofophers, that one...providential event, in honour of human nature, to fhew to what perfection the fpecies might afcend. Now the language of the Greeks was truly like themfelves;...

Hermes: Or, A Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Universal Grammar

James Harris - 1773 - 442 ˹
...little more than a Century, they became fuch Statefmen, Warriors, Orators, Hiftorians, Phyficians, Poets, Critics, Painters, Sculptors, Architects, and...to (hew to what perfection the Species might afcend (g)t Now (g) If we except Homer, He/iad, and the Lyric Poets, we hear of few Grecian Writers before...

Liberal Education, Or, A Practical Treatise on the Methods of Acquiring ...

Vicesimus Knox - 1785
...painters, fculptors, architefts-, and, laft of all, philofophers, that one can hardly help con fidering that GOLDEN PERIOD, as a providential event in honour of human nature, to fhew to what perfeftion the fpecies might afcend. " Now the language of thefc Greeks was truly like...

Hermes: Or, A Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Universal Grammar

James Harris - 1786 - 442 ˹
...little more than a Century, they became fuch Statefmen, Warriors, Orators, Hiflorians, Phyficians, Poets, Critics, Painters, Sculptors, Architects, and...can hardly help confidering THAT GOLDEN PERIOD, as aProvidential Event in honour of human Nature, to mew to what perfection the Spe. cies might afcend...

Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose, Selected ...

Vicesimus Knox - 1790 - 1019 ˹
...warriors, orators, hiftorians, phyficians, poets, critics, painters, fculptors, architeéb, and (¡nil of all) philofophers, that one can hardly help confidering...a providential event in honour of human nature, to fhew to what perfection the fpecies might afcend*. Now the language of thefe Greeks was truly like...

Hermes: Or, A Philosophical Inquiry Concerning Universal Grammar

James Harris - 1794 - 442 ˹
...Warriors, Orators, Hiftorians, Phyficians, Poets, Critics, Painters, Sculpfbrs, Architects, and (lafl of all) Philofophers, that one can hardly help confidering THAT GOLDEN PERIOD, as a Provi* dential Event in honour of human Nature, to mew to what perfection the Species might afcend...




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