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" ... observed, a striking analogy to those religious revolutions whose intense excitement will bring together or separate the most various characters of every language and climate. Just as Schiller has remarked, that the Thirty Years' War had the effect... "
The London Review - Page 8
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 54

1861
...remarked, that the Thirty Years' War had the effect of uniting the most different people in the closi-st bonds of sympathy ; so the French Revolution operated...fruit in its parliamentary government and equable divisions of power. Thus, in examining the political institutions of the Middle Ages in England, France,...
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The London Review, Volume 17

William Lonsdale Watkinson, William Theophilus Davison - 1862
...the immediate consequence of such an aberration. f Perfection in outward life/ remarks Dr. Arnold, e is the fruit of - perfection in the life within us....political institutions of the Middle Ages in England, Prance, and Germany, we are struck by the marvellous similitude between the laws and institutions of...
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