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" ... continue through life to do. To this may be ascribed that high degree of perfection conspicuous in many of the Indian manufactures ; and though veneration for the practices of their ancestors may check the spirit of invention, yet, by adhering to... "
A universal gazetteer; or, Geographical dictionary of the world - Page 68
by George Landmann - 1835 - 500 pages
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 53

English literature - 1791 - 686 pages
...doing with cafe and pleafure that which be muft continue through life to do. To this may be afcribed that high degree of perfection conspicuous in many of the Indian manufactures ; and though veneration for the practices of their anceftors may check the fpiritot invention, yet, by adhering...
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An Historical Disquisition Concerning the Knowledge which the Ancients Had ...

William Robertson - India - 1812 - 422 pages
...trained to the habit of doing with ease and pleasure, that which he must continue through life to do. To this may be ascribed that high degree of perfection...conspicuous in many of the Indian manufactures ; and though veneration for the practices of their ancestors may check the spirit of invention, yet, by adhering...
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The Works of William Robertson ...: History of India

William Robertson - America - 1817 - 450 pages
...trained to the habit of doing with ease and pleasure that which he must continue through life to do. To this may be ascribed that high degree of perfection...conspicuous in many of the Indian manufactures; and though veneration for the practices of their ancestors may check the spirit of invention, 202 APPENDIX....
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The works of William Robertson, D.D. To which is prefixed, an ..., Volume 12

William Robertson - 1817 - 432 pages
...trained to the habit of doing with ease and pleasure that which he must continue through life to do. To this may be ascribed that high degree of perfection...conspicuous in many of the Indian manufactures; and though veneration for the practices of their ancestors may check the spirit of invention, yet, by adhering...
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An Historical Disquisition Concerning the Knowledge which the Ancients Had ...

William Robertson - India - 1817 - 430 pages
...trained to the habit of doing with ease and pleasure that which he must continue through life to do. To this may be ascribed that high degree of perfection...conspicuous in many of the Indian manufactures; * and though veneration for the practices of their ancestors may check the spirit of invention, yet, by adhering...
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A General Gazetteer, Or, Compendious Geographical Dictionary: Containing a ...

Geography - 1821 - 768 pages
...invariably to the profession of their forefather» : from generation to generation the same families hare followed, and still continue to follow, one uniform...degree of perfection conspicuous in many of the Indian maun factures; and also that striking peculiarity in the state of Hindoosi ;m, the permanence of its...
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Annual Register, Volume 33

Edmund Burke - History - 1824 - 910 pages
...trained to the habit of doing, with ease and pleasure, that which he must continue through life to do. To this may be ascribed that high degree of perfection conspicuous in many of ihe Indian manufactures ; and though veneration for the practices of their ancestors may check the...
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The Works of Wm. Robertson, D.D.: History of America, books IX-X. An ...

William Robertson - America - 1825 - 464 pages
...trained to the habit of doing with ease and pleasure that which he must continue through life to do. To this may be ascribed that high degree of perfection...conspicuous in many of the Indian manufactures ; and though veneration for the practices of their ancestors may check the spirit of invention, yet, by adhering...
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Works, Volume 8

William Robertson - America - 1825 - 466 pages
...trained to the habit of doing with ease and pleasure that which he must continue through life to do. To this may be ascribed that high degree of perfection...conspicuous in many of the Indian manufactures ; and though veneration for the practices of their ancestors may check the spirit of invention, yet, by adhering...
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Darby's Universal Gazetteer: Or, A New Geographical Dictionary ...

Richard Brookes, William Darby - Gazetteers - 1827 - 904 pages
...renders them polluted for ever, and obliges them, from that instant, to herd with the Hallachorcs. The members) of each cast adhere invariably to the...and also that striking peculiarity in the state of Hindoostan, the permanence of its institutions, and the immutability in the manners of the inhabitants....
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