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" ... withal, and an enduring sense of right and wrong. These all form what must be considered an essentially satisfactory basis and groundwork of national character. Among the people there is practical sense; among the gentry, scholarly instincts, the... "
The countries of the world - Page 45
by Robert Brown - 1876
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Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland

Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland - 1894
...at least, somewhat earnest grappling with the necessities and difficulties which beset men in their humbler stages of progress, a capacity to moralise...and an enduring sense of right and wrong. These all furnish what must be considered an essentially satisfactory basis and groundwork of national character....
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States, Volume 18

United States. Department of State - 1871
...and difficulties which beset men in their humbler stages of progress, a capacity to moralize withal, an enduring sense of right and wrong. These all form...sense, among the gentry scholarly instincts, the desire for advancement, the disposition to work for it with earnestness and constancy. Among the rulers, v...
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China: A History of the Laws, Manners, and Customs of the People, Volume 1

John Henry Gray - 1878
...necessities and difficulties which beset men in their humbler stages of progress, a capacity to moralize withal, and an enduring sense of right and wrong....sense, among the gentry scholarly instincts, the desire for advancement, the disposition to work for it with earnestness and constancy. Amongst the rulers,...
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China: A History of the Laws, Manners, and Customs of the People, Volume 1

John Henry Gray - 1878
...necessities and difficulties which beset men in their humbler stages of progress, a capacity to moralize withal, and an enduring sense of right and wrong. These all form what must be considered au essentially satisfactory basis and groundwork of national character. Among the people there is practical...
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The modern geographical readers, Book 5

Modern geographical readers - 1882
...Pekin — Mr. Seward — holds a higher opinion of the inhabitants of "The Flowery Land." He writes, "I find here a steady adherence to the traditions...enduring sense of right and wrong. These all form what may be considered an essentially satisfactory basis and groundwork of national character. Among the...
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Things Chinese: Being Notes on Various Subjects Connected with China

James Dyer Ball - 1893 - 501 pages
...at least, somewhat earnest grappling with the necessities and diff,culties which beset men in their humbler stages of progress, a capacity to moralise...among the gentry, scholarly instincts, the desire for advancement, the disposition to work for it with earnestness and constancy. Amongst the rulers,...
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Things Chinese: Being Notes on Various Subjects Connected with China

James Dyer Ball - 1893 - 497 pages
...least, somewhat earnest grappling with the necessities and difficulties which beset men in their numbler stages of progress, a capacity to moralise withal,...among the gentry, scholarly instincts, the desire for advancement, the G 2 •disposition to work for it with earnestness and constancy. Amongst the...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States, Volume 18

United States. Department of State - 1871
...difficulties which. beset men in their humbler stages of progress, a capacity to morulis'.e withal, an enduring sense of right and wrong. These all form...character. Among the people there is practical sense, amongthe gentry scholarly instincts, the desire for advancement, the disposition to work for it with...
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