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Teokset Teokset 1 - 10 / 33 haulle When we turn from the ravings of the Zendavesta, or the Puranas, to the tone of sense....
" When we turn from the ravings of the Zendavesta, or the Puranas, to the tone of sense and of business of this Chinese collection, we seem to be passing from darkness to light — from the drivellings of dotage to the exercise of an improved understanding... "
The Middle Kingdom: A Survey of the ... Chinese Empire and Its Inhabitants ... - Sivu 302
tekijä(t) Samuel Wells Williams - 1848 - 614 sivua
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines, Nide 5

Enos Bronson - 1811
...general approaching to them more nearly than the codes of most other nations. When we pass, indeed, from the ravings of the Zendavesta, or the Puranas, to the tone of sense and of business of this Chinese collection, we seem to be passing from darkness to light; from the drivelings...

Select Reviews, Nide 5

1812
...general approaching to them more nearly than the codes of most other nations. When we pass, indeed, from the ravings of the Zendavesta, or the Puranas, to the tone of sense and of business of this Chinese collection, we seem to be passing from darkness to light; from the drivelings...

Miscellaneous Notices Relating to China: And Our Commercial Intercourse with ...

Sir George Thomas Staunton - 1822 - 432 sivua
...general approaching to them more nearly than the codes of most other nations. When we pass, indeed, from the ravings of the Zendavesta, or the Puranas, to the tone of sense and of business of this Chinese collection, we seem to be passing from darkness to light,— from the drivellings...

The Chinese: A General Description of the Empire of China and Its ..., Nide 1

Sir John Francis Davis - 1836
...justice towards them. The able critique on the code, which we have already quoted, proceeds to say, " When we turn from the ravings of the Zendavesta, or the Puranas, to the tone of sense and of business of this Chinese collection, we seem to be passing from darkness to light — from the drive!lings...

The Chinese: A General Description of the Empire of China and Its ..., Nide 1

John Francis Davis - 1836 - 459 sivua
...The able critique on the code, which we have aiready quoted, proceeds to say, " When we turn frotn the ravings of the Zendavesta, or the Puranas, to the tone of sense and of business of this Chinese collection, we seem to be passing from darkness to light ; from the drivellings...

THE PENNY CYCLOPAEDIA OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE DIFFUSION OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE

1837
...Zendavesta, or the Puranas, to the tone of sense and of business of this Chinese collection, we seem to be passing from darkness to light; from the drivellings...to the exercise of an improved understanding; and redunaant and minute as these laws are, in many particulars, «u scarcely know any European code that...

The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Nide 7

1837
...other Asiatic systems has been made by an able critic in the ' Edinburgh Review.' ' When (says he) we turn from the ravings of the Zendavesta, or the Puranas, to the tone of sense and of business of this Chinese collection, we seem to be passing from darkness to light ; from the drivellings...

Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Niteet 7–8

1837
...other Asiatic systems has been made by an able critic in the ' Edinburgh Review." ' When (says he) we turn from the ravings of the Zendavesta, or the Puranas, to the tone of sense and of business of this Chinese collection, we seem to be passing from darkness to light ; from the drivellings...

..."Ten Thousand Chinese Things.": A Descriptive Catalogue of the Chinese ...

Nathan Dunn, William B. Langdon - 1839 - 120 sivua
...distinct series of enactments, savouring throughout of practical judgment and European good sense. When we turn from the ravings of the Zendavesta, or the Puranas, to the tone of sense and of business of this Chinese collection, we seem to be passing from darkness to light — from the drivellings...

"Ten Thousand Chinese Things.": A Descriptive Catalogue of the Chinese ...

Nathan Dunn - 1839 - 120 sivua
...distinct series of enactments, savouring throughout of practical judgment and European good sense. When we turn from the ravings of the Zendavesta, or the Puranas, to the tone of sense and of business of this Chinese collection, we seem to be passing from darkness to light—from the drivellings...




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