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" ... from every part of it. That this union, however, could be easily effectuated, or that difficulties, and great difficulties, might not occur in the execution, I do not pretend. I have yet heard of none, however, which appear insurmountable. "
The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer - Page 322
1776
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London Review of English and Foreign Literature, Volume 3

1776
...eaííly efectúa ted, or »hat difficulties and great difficulties might not осей' in the exécution, I do not pretend. I have yet heard of none, however, which appear insurmountable. The prinvipat perhaps arife, not from the nature of things, but from the prejudices...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volume 2

Adam Smith - 1789
...every part of the empire, in order to be properly informed, ought certainly to have reprefentatives from every part of it. That this union, however, could...infurmountable. The principal perhaps arife, not from the nature ef things, but from the prejudices and opinions of the people both on this and on the other fide CHAP....
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volume 3

Adam Smith - 1801
...every part of the empire, in order to be properly informed , ought certainly to have reprefentatives from every part of it. That this union , however,...pretend. I have yet heard of none, however, which appear irifurmountable. Xhe principal perhaps arife , not from the nature of things, but from the prejudices...
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The Works of Adam Smith: The nature and causes of the wealth of nations

Adam Smith - 1811
...every part of the empire, in order to be properly informed, ought certainly to have reprefentatives from every part of it. That this union, however, could...The principal perhaps arife, not from the nature of tilings, but from the prejudices and opinions of of the people both on this and on the other fide CHAP....
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volume 2

Adam Smith - 1811
...representativesfrom every partofit. Thatthisunion, however, could be easily effectuated, or that difficulties,and great difficulties, might not occur in the execution, I do not pretend. I have yet heard of none, however,which appear insurmountable. The principal, perhaps, arise not from the nature of things, but...
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An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations. With a comm ...

Adam Smith - 1836
...certainly to have representatives from every part of it. That this union, however, could be easily effectuated, or that difficulties and great difficulties...pretend. I have yet heard of none, however, which appear insurmountable. The principal, perhaps, arise not from the nature of things, but from the prejudices...
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The British Friend of India Magazine, and Indian Review, Volume 6

...certainly to have representatives from every part of it. That this union, however, could be easily effectuated, or that difficulties and great difficulties...pretend. I have yet heard of none, however, which appear insurmountable. The principal, perhaps, arise not from the nature of things, but from the prejudices...
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On the Intention of the Imperial Government to Unite the Provinces of ...

Henry Taylor - 1858 - 117 pages
...certainly to have Representatives from every part of it. That this Union, however, could be easily effectuated, or that difficulties and great difficulties...not pretend, I have yet heard of none however which appeared insurmountable. The principal perhaps arise not from the nature of things, but from the prejudices...
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Dublin examination papers

Dublin city, univ - 1866
...certainly to have representatives from every part of it. That this union, however, could be easily effectuated, or that difficulties and great difficulties...pretend. I have yet heard of none, however, which appear insurmountable. The principal, perhaps, arise not from the nature of things, but from the prejudices...
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An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volume 2

Adam Smith - 1869
...have representatives from every part of it. That this union, however, could he easily eflectuated, or that difficulties and great difficulties might...pretend. I have yet heard of none, however, which appear insurmountable. The principal perhaps arise, not from the nature of things, but from the prejudices...
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