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" The lion and the tyger sport with the paw; the horse delights to commit his mane to the wind, and forgets his pasture to try his speed in the field; the bull even before his brow is armed, and the lamb while yet an emblem of innocence, have a disposition... "
A View of Nature: In Letters to a Traveller Among the Alps - Sivu 225
tekijä(t) Sir Richard Joseph Sulivan - 1794
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An Essay on the History of Civil Society

Adam Ferguson - 1773 - 466 sivua
...horfe delights to commit khis mane to the wind, and forgets his pafture to try his fpeed in the field j the bull even before his bro.w is armed, and the lamb while yet an emblem of innocettce$ HaVe 'a' difpofition to flrike with the fore--' heae4, and anticipate, in play, the conflicts...

A Remonstrance, Addressed to the Rev. Richard Warner: On the Subject of His ...

William Falconer - 1804 - 52 sivua
...words the wisdom and power of God does nothing in vain. The Bull even before his brow is armed, and B the Lamb while yet an emblem of innocence, have a disposition to strike with the forehead, and to anticipate in play the exercise of those powers with which nature has armed them for their defence....

An Essay on the History of Civil Society

Adam Ferguson - 1809 - 464 sivua
...delight in the exercise of his natural talents and forces. The lion and the tyger sport with the paw ; the horse delights to commit his mane to the wind,...strike with the forehead, and anticipate, in play, the conflicts they are doomed to sustain. Man too is disposed to opposition, and to employ the forces of...

Lectures on Metaphysics and Logic, Nide 1

Sir William Hamilton - 1859
...delight in the exercise of his natural talents and forces: the lion and the tiger sport with the paw ; the horse delights to commit his mane to the wind,...strike with the forehead, and anticipate in play the conflicts they are doomed to sustain. Man, too, is disposed to opposition, and to employ the forces...

citizenship, sovereignty

j.s. wright - 1863
...delight in the exercise of his natural talents and forces : The lion and the tyger sport with the paw ; the horse delights to commit his mane to the wind,...strike with the forehead, and anticipate, in play, the conflicts they are doomed to sustain. Man too is disposed to opposition, and to employ the forces of...

CITIZENSHIP SOVERNREIGNTY

J.S. WRIGHT - 1863
...delight in the exercise of his natural talents and forces: The lion and the tyger sport with the paw ; the horse delights to commit his mane to the wind,...of innocence, have a disposition to strike with the __ ,. forehead, and anticipate, in play, the conflicts they are doomed to sustain. Man too 'is disposed...

Citizenship Sovereignty

John Stephen Wright, John Holmes Agnew - 1863 - 208 sivua
...lion and the tyger sport with the paw ; the horse delights to commit his mane to the wind, and forgeta his pasture to try his speed in the field ; the bull...strike with the forehead, and anticipate, in play, the conflicts they are doomed to sustain. Man too is disposed to opposition, and to employ the forces of...

Citizenship, Sovereignty

John Stephen Wright, John Holmes Agnew - 1864 - 4 sivua
...delight in the exercise of his natural talents and forces : The lion and the tyger sport with the paw ; the horse delights to commit his mane to the wind,...of innocence, have a disposition to strike with the _ , . forehead, and anticipate, in play, the conflicts they are doomed to sustain. Man too is disposed...

An essay on the history of civil society

Adam Ferguson - 1789 - 424 sivua
...the paw ; the horfe delights to commit his mane to the wind, and forgets his pafture to try his fpeed in the field ; the bull even before his brow is armed,...the lamb while yet an emblem of innocence, have a difpofition to ftrike with the forehead, and anticipate, in play, the conflicts they are doomed to...
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The Passionate Society: The Social, Political and Moral Thought of Adam Ferguson

Lisa Hill - 2006 - 275 sivua
...delight in the exercise of his natural talents and forces: The lion and the tyger sport with the paw; the horse delights to commit his mane to the wind,...strike with the forehead, and anticipate, in play, the conflicts they are doomed to sustain. Man too is disposed to opposition, and to employ the forces of...
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