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" So sensible were the Romans of the influence of language over national manners, that it was their most serious care to extend, with the progress of their arms, the use of the Latin tongue. "
Recollections of Siberia: In the Years 1840 and 1841 - Sivu 64
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A View of Nature: In Letters to a Traveller Among the Alps, Nide 4

Sir Richard Joseph Sulivan - 1794
...practice a me>»sure of policy, which they never lost sight of. So sensible were they of the influence ot language- over national manners, that it was their...progress of their arms, the use of the Latin tongue.* The ancient dialects of Italy, the Sabine, the Etruscan, and the Venetian, su»k into oblivion ; but...

Horæ Biblicæ: Connected series of notes on the original text, early ...

Charles Butler - 1807 - 313 sivua
...THE SEVENTY. II. 1. With respect to the Style: It has been observed, that the policy of the Romans to extend, with the progress of their arms, the use of the Latin language, was attended with greater success in their western, than in their eastern conquests ; so...

The History of Spain

A. Beaumont - 1809 - 525 sivua
...their conquests. Sensible of i n fl uence o f language over national manners, they were solicitous to extend, with the progress of their arms, the use of the Latin tongue. Thus Spain was civilized by the hand which subdued her. As soon as the barbarians were reconciled to...

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Nide 1

Edward Gibbon - 1816
...Romans of the influence of lanInd u*en g.uage over national manners, that it was their most se-riws care to extend, with the progress of their arms. the use of the Latin tongue37. The ancient dialects of Italy, the Sabine, the Etruscan, and the Venetian, sunk into oblivion...

The Philological and Biographical Works of Charles Butler, Esquire, of ...

Charles Butler - 1817
...THE SEVENTY. II. i. With respect to the Style: It has been observed, that the policy of the Romans to extend, with the progress of their arms, the use of the Latin language, was attended with greater success in their western, than in their eastern conquests ; so...

The New Jerusalem Church Repository

1818 - 540 sivua
...the Seventy. II. 1. With respect to the Style: It has been observed, that the policy of the Romans to extend, with the progress of their arms, the use of the Latin language, was attended with greater success in their western than in their eastern conquests ; so that,...

Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Nide 18

1823
...deserving provincials to the freedom of Rome. " So sensible were the Romans of the influence of laiiguage over national manners, that it was their most serious...progress of their arms, the use of the Latin tongue. The eastern provinces, however, were less docile in this respect than the western ones ; and this obvious...

The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham].

James Silk Buckingham
...capacious mind of a profound and penetrating philosopher. Gibbon says*: * Vol. i. page 60. ' So sensible were the Romans of the influence of language over...progress of their arms the use of the Latin tongue. The an' cient dialects of Italy, the Sabine, the Etruscan, and the Venetian, ' sunk into oblivion :...

The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Nide 1

Edward Gibbon - 1826
...of language кч»..п, .,: over national manners, that it was their most serious care to >nd the ' extend, with the progress of their arms, the use of the Latin p^n«. tongue. ' The ancient dialects of Italy, the Sabine, the Etruscan, and the Venetian, sunk into...

The Oriental Herald and Journal of General Literature, Nide 15

James Silk Buckingham - 1827
...capacious mind of a profound and penetrating philosopher. Gibbon says*: • Vol. i. page 60. ' So sensible were the Romans of the influence of language over...progress of their arms the use of the Latin tongue. The an' cient dialects of Italy, the Snbine, the Etruscan, and the Venetian, ' sunk into oblivion :...




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