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" ... habits ; in other words, it must have its laws and institutions adapted to the accomplishment of its great end. On these the characters of its people so mainly depend, that if these be faulty, the whole inner life is corrupted ; if these be good,... "
The London Review - Page 7
edited by - 1862
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 53

1843
...conceived and expressed more piously, a setting forth of God's glory hy doing his appointed work." The history of a nation's internal life is the history of its institutions and its laws. Here, then, it is that we shall find the nohlest lessons of history ; here it is that we must look...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 53

1843
...conceived and expressed more piously, a setting forth of God's glory by doing his appointed work." The history of a nation's internal life is the history of its institutions and its laws. Here, thru, it is that we shall find the noblest lessons of history; here it is that we must look for...
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Introductory Lectures on Modern History: Delivered in Lent Term, MDCCCXLII ...

Thomas Arnold - 1845 - 428 pages
...whole inner life is corrupted ; if these be good, it is likely to go on healthfully. The history then of a nation's internal life, is the history of its institutions and of its laws, both of which are included under the term laws, in the comprehensive sense of that word...
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A Summary of Modern History

Jules Michelet - 1847 - 403 pages
...whole inner life is corrupted ; if these be good, it is likely to go on healthfully. The history then of a nation's internal life, is the history of its institutions and of its laws, both of which are included under the term laws, in the comprehensive sense of that word...
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Introductory Lectures on Modern History: Delivered in Lent Term, MDCCCXLII ...

Thomas Arnold - 1849 - 315 pages
...whole inner life is corrupted ; if these be good, it is likely to go on healthfully. The history then of a nation's internal life, is the history of its institutions and of its laws, both of which are included under the term laws, in the comprehensive sense of that word,...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 54

1861
...astonished world beheM a King, seated on a Christian throne, vested with the rights of an eastern dospot,) the Revolution of 1789 was the immediate consequence...in movement by the most opposite impulses, whilst ils results have been scarcely perceptible either for good or for evil. In the eyes of a school only...
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The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

John Martin Vincent - 1895
...common life of men, which finds its natural expression in government and civic order. He once said that the history of a nation's internal life is "the history of its institutions and of its laws." Under this latter term the Greeks included what we call institutions. The Republic and...
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The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

1895
...common life of men, which finds its natural expression in government and civic order. He once said that the history of a nation's internal life is " the history of its institutions and of its laws." Under this latter term the Greeks included what we call institutions. The Republic and...
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The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

John Martin Vincent - 1895
...common life of men, which finds its natural expression in government and civic order. He once said that the history of a nation's internal life is " the history of its institutions and of its laws." Under this latter term the Greeks included what we call institutions. The Republic and...
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