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" shall we find to dissent from those who imagine that our age has been fruitful of new social evils. The truth is that the evils are, with scarcely an exception, old. That which is new is the intelligence which discerns and the humanity which remedies... "
The History of England from the Accession of James II - Sivu 211
tekijä(t) Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1864
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The Quarterly Review, Niteet 128–129

1870
...envy and complaint. ' The more carefully (he adds) we examine the history of the past, the more reason shall we find to dissent from those who imagine that...that the evils are, with scarcely an exception, old. Tfiat which is new is the intelligence which discerns and the humanity ichich remedies them.' • In...

The North American Review, Nide 115

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1872
...Industry. " The more carefully," says Macaulay, " we examine the history of the past, the more reason shall we find to dissent from those who imagine that...which discerns, and the humanity which remedies, them. " It ia now the fashion to place the golden age of England in times when noblemen were destitute of...

Are we better than our fathers? or, A comparative view of the social ...

Robert Gregory - 1872
...with Lord Macaulay : " The more carefully we examine the history of the past, the more reason we shall find to dissent from those who imagine that our age...which discerns, and the humanity which remedies them a ." I do not stand before you as a partisan of either view. I am not anxious to prove that we are...

The History of England from the Accession of James II.

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1875
...twelve thousand pounds a year.* The more carefully we examine the history of the past, the more reason shall we find to dissent from those who imagine that...from the weavers of cloth to a different class of artisans, our inquiries will still lead us to nearly the same conclusions. During several generations,...

The history of England from the accession of James the second. (Vol.5 ed. by ...

Thomas Babington baron Macaulay - 1877
...twelve thousand pounds a year.* The more carefully we examine the history of the past, the more reason shall we find to dissent from those who imagine that...which discerns and the humanity which remedies them. Wages of When we pass from the weavers of cloth to a different c ^ ass °^ ar tisans, our inquiries...

The History of England from the Accession of James II.

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1878
...twelve thousand pounds a year.* The more carefully we examine the history of the past, the more reason shall we find to dissent from those who imagine that...intelligence which discerns and the humanity which renvedieg them. When we pass from the weavers of cloth to a different class of artisans, our inquiries...

Foreign Work and English Wages Considered with Reference to the Depression ...

Earl Thomas Brassey Brassey - 1879 - 417 sivua
...IMPEOVED CONDITION OF THE PEOPLE. The more carefully we examine the history of the past, the more reason shall we find to dissent from those who imagine that...intelligence which discerns and the humanity which remedies them.—MACADXAY, Higtoi-y of England, A decent provision for the poor is the true test of civilisation....

Foreign work and English wages considered with reference to the depression ...

Thomas Brassey (1st earl.) - 1879 - 417 sivua
...IMPROVED CONDITION OP THE PEOPLE. The more carefully we examine the history of the past, the more reason shall we find to dissent from those who imagine that our age has l)een fruitful of new social evils. The truth is that the evils are, with scarcely an exception, old....

Foreign Work and English Wages Considered with Reference to the Depression ...

Earl Thomas Brassey Brassey - 1879 - 417 sivua
...IMPROVED CONDITION OF THE PEOPLE. The more carefully we examine the history of the past, the more reason shall we find to dissent from those who imagine that our age hns l>een fruitful of new social evils. The truth is that the e%Tls are, with scarcely an exception,...

Education in India: A Letter to His Excellency the Most Honourable, the ...

John Murdoch - 1881 - 143 sivua
...years. Macaulay's explanation of similar complaints in England applies to India : The evils, he says, are "with scarcely an exception old. That which is...which discerns and the humanity which remedies them." The late Dr. Carey came out to Bengal about the close of last century, and for several years he was...




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