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Maxims and Opinions: Moral, Political, and Economical, with ..., Nide 1

Edmund Burke - 1804
...art — to be amongst rich traders, who from their success are presumed to have sharp and vigorous understandings, and to possess the virtues of diligence,...commutative justice — these are the circumstances of men, that form what I should call a natural aristocracy, without which there is no nation. See NOBILITY....

Maxims and opinions, moral, political and economical, with characters, from ...

Edmund Burke - 1804
...art — to be amongst rich traders, who from their success are presumed to have sharp and vigorous understandings, and to possess the virtues of diligence,...commutative justice — these are the circumstances of men, that form what I should call a natural aristocracy, without which there is no nation. See NOBILITY....

Maxims, Opinions and Characters, Moral, Political, and Economical, Nide 2

Edmond Burke - 1815
...ingenuous art — To be amongst rich traders who from their success are presumed to have sharp and vigorous understandings, and to possess the virtues of diligence,...commutative justice — These are the circumstances of men, that form what I should call a natural aristocracy, without which there is no nation. The state of...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Nide 31

1832
...ingenuous art ; to be amongst rich traders who, from their success, are presumed to have sharp and vigorous understandings, and to possess the virtues of diligence,...justice ; — these are the circumstances of men, that form what I should call a natural aristocracy, without which there is no nation. " The state of...

The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ...

1834
...and wealth are the rewards of those who, "for their success, are presumed to have sharp and vigorous understandings, and to possess the virtues of diligence,...cultivated an habitual regard to commutative justice," they are not more honoured now, not more identified with " respectability," than they have ever been...

The works of Vicesimus Knox, Nide 5

Vicesimus Knox - 1824
...last is, " to be among rich traders, who, from their success, are presumed to have sharp and vigorous understandings, and to possess the virtues of diligence,...who form what I should call a natural aristocracy, without which there is no nation. Without this," (the writer intimates, in a few subsequent lines,)...

Examples of English Prose: From the Reign of Elizabeth to the Present Time ...

George Walker - 1825 - 615 sivua
...art — To be amongst rich traders, who from their success are presumed to have sharp and vigorous understandings, and to possess the virtues of diligence,...commutative justice — These are the circumstances of men, that form what I should call a natural aristocracy, without which there is no nation. The state of...

The Beauties of Burke: Consisting of Selections from His Works

Edmund Burke - 1828 - 160 sivua
...art — To be amongst rich traders, who, from their success, are presumed to have sharp and vigorous understandings, and to possess the virtues of diligence,...commutative justice — These are the circumstances of men, that form what I should call a natural aristocracy, without which there is no nation. The state of...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Nide 31

1832
...ingenuous art ; to be amongst rich traders who, from their success, are presumed to have sharp and vigorous understandings, and to possess the virtues of diligence,...justice ; — these are the circumstances of men, that form what I should call a natural aristocracy, without which there is no nation. " The state of...

The Works of Edmund Burke, Nide 2

Edmund Burke - 1834
...ingenuous art — To he among rich traders, who from their success are presumed to have sharp and vigorous understandings, and to possess the virtues of diligence,...constancy, and regularity, and to have cultivated an hahitual regard to commutative justice — These are the circumstances of men, that form what I should...




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