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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University ... - Page 146
1787 - 152 pages
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Stowe. A description of the house and gardens of ... the duke of Buckingham ...

Stowe Bucks - 1838
...writers, to move, astonish, and delight mankind. JOHN LOCKE, Who, best of all Philosophers, understood the powers of the human mind ; the nature, end, and bounds of civil government ; and, with equal courage and sagacity, refuted the slavish systems of usurped authority over the rights, the consciences,...
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The Stowe Catalogue, Priced and Annotated

Richard Plantagenet Temple Nugent Brydges Chandos Grenville Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, Henry Rumsey Forster - 1848 - 310 pages
...writers, to move, astonish, and delight mankind. JonH LOCKE, Who, best of all Philosophers, understood the powers of the human mind ; the nature, end, and bounds of civil government ; and, with equal courage and sagacity, refuted the slavish systems of usurped authority over the rights, the consciences,...
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The Stowe Catalogue: Priced and Annotated

Richard Plantagenet Temple Nugent Brydges Chandos Grenville Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, Henry Rumsey Forster - 1848 - 130 pages
...writers, to more, astonish, and delight mankind. JOHN LOCKE, Who, best of all Philosophen, understood the powers of the human mind ; the nature, end, and bounds of ciril government ; and, with equal courage and sagacity, refuted the slavish systems of usurped authority...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 135

1873
...writers, to move, astonish, and delight mankind. ' John Locke : who, best of all philosophers, understood the powers of the human mind ; the nature, end, and bounds of civil government ; and, with equal courage and sagacity, refuted the slavish system of usurped anthority over the rights, the consciences,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 135

1873
...writeri:, to move, astonish, and delight mankind. ' John Locke : who, best of all philosophers, understood the powers of the human mind ; the nature, end, and bounds of civil government ; and, with equal courage and sagacity, refuted the slavish system of usurped authority over the rights, the consciences,...
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The Living Age, Volume 119

1873
...writers, to move, astonish and delight mankind. "John Locke: who, best of all philosophers, understood the powers of the human mind ; the nature, end. and bounds of civil government ; and, with equal courage and sagacity, refuted the slavish system of usurped authority over the rights, the consciences,...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 19; Volume 82

1874
...writers, to move, astonish, and delight mankind. 'John Locke: who, best of all philosophers, understood the powers of the human mind; the nature, end, and bounds of civil government; and, with equal courage and sagacity, refuted the slavish system of usurped authority over the rights, the consciences,...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 119

1873
...writers, to move, astonish and delight mankind. "John Locke: who, best of all philosophers, understood the powers of the human mind ; the nature, end. and bounds of civil government ; and, with equal courage and sagacity, refuted the slavish system of usurped authority over the rights, the consciences,...
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