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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University ... - Page 146
1787 - 152 pages
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Stow: A Description of the Magnificent Gardens of the Right Honourable ...

1756 - 32 pages
...all other Writers, to move, aftonifh, and delight Mankind. JOHN LOCKE, who, beft of all Philofophers, underftood the Powers of the human Mind, the Nature,...End, and Bounds of Civil Government ; and with equal Courage and Sagacity, refuted the flavifli Syftems of ufurp'd Authority over the Rights, the Confciences,...
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A Tour Thro' the Whole Island of Great Britain: Divided Into Circuits Or ...

Daniel Defoe - 1761
...Writers, to move, ajlonijh, and delight Mankind. JOHN LOCKE, Who hejl of all Philofophers underjlood the Powers of the Human Mind, the Nature, End, and Bounds of Civil Government ; anil with equal Courage and Sagacity, refuted the flawjh Syjtem of ufurped Authority over the Rights,...
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A Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University. Containing ...

1764 - 132 pages
...all other Writers, to move, aftonim, and tfelight Mankind. JOHN LOCKE, who, beft of all Philofophers und'erftood the Powers of the human Mind, the Nature, . End, and Bounds of civil Government j and with equal Courags and Sagacity, refuted the flavifli Syftems of ufurped Authority over the Rights,...
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Stowe: A Description of the Magnificent House and Gardens of the Right ...

1766 - 44 pages
...other Writers, to move, aftonilh, and delight Mankind. JOHN LOCKE, . who, bed of all Philofophers, underftood the Powers of the human Mind, the Nature,...End, and Bounds of Civil Government ; and with equal Courage and Sagacity, refuted the flavilh Syftems of ufurped Authority over the Rights, the Confciences,...
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Stowe: a Description of the Magnificent House and Gardens of the Right ...

1773 - 33 pages
...Writers, to move, aftonifh, and .delight Mankind. .:•.-, JOH $_ jLrO CKE, who, beft of all Philofophers, underftood the Powers of the human Mind, the Nature,...End,• and Bounds of Civil Government ; and with equal Courage and Sagacity, refuted the flavilh Syftems of ufurped Authority over the Rights, the Confciences,...
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A New Display of the Beauties of England: Or, a Description of the Most ...

1776 - 301 pages
...other writers, to move, aftonifti, and delight mankind. JOHN LOCKE, who, beft of all philofophers, underftood the powers of the human mind, the nature,...end, and bounds of civil government ; and with equal courage and lagacity, refuted the flavifb fyftems of ufurped authority over the rights, theconfcicnces,...
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The New Oxford Guide: Or, Companion Through the University: Exhibiting Every ...

Gentleman of Oxford - 1778 - 156 pages
...all other writers, to move, aftonifh, and delight mankind. " JOHN LOCK, who beft of all philofephers, underftood the powers of the human mind, the nature, end, and bounds of civil government ; and with •eqtial courage and fagacity, refuted the flavifh fyftems •of ufurped authority over the rights,...
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Stowe, a Description of the Magnificent House and Gardens of the Right ...

1780 - 39 pages
...all other Writers, to move, aftonifh, and delight Mankind. JOHN LOCKE, who, beft of all Philosophers, underftood the Powers of the human Mind, the Nature,...Rights, the Conferences, or the Reafon of Mankind. Si Sir ISAAC NEWTON, whom the God of Nature made to comprehend his Works ; and from fimple Principles...
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The New Oxford Guide: Or, Companion Through the University: Exhibiting Every ...

Gentleman of Oxford - 1788 - 159 pages
...writers j to move, attoniih, and delight mankind." "JOHN LOCK, who beft of all Philofophen, understood the powers of the human mind, the nature, end, and bounds of civil government; and with equal courage and fagacity, refuted the flavifli fyftems of ufurped authority over the rights, the conferences,...
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford:: Or, Guide Through the University ...

1790 - 152 pages
...all other Writers, to move, aftonifh, and delight Mankind. JOHN LOCKE, who, beft of all Pholofophers, underftood the Powers of the Human Mind, the Nature,...End, and Bounds of Civil Government; and with equal Courage and Sagacity, refuted the flavifh Syftems of ufurped Authority over the Rights, the Confciences,...
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