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" ... undirected and unrestrained. Amidst the stormy independence of this mode of life, he would regret the ease and security in which the state of India, and even the indolence and timidity of its inhabitants, enable most parts of that country to repose.... "
An Account of the Kingdom of Caubul, and Its Dependencies in Persia, Tartary ... - Page 236
by Mountstuart Elphinstone - 1819
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 2

Asia - 1816
...the people absolutely go for nothing ; and he would find himself among a nation where the controul of the government is scarcely felt, and where every...life, he would regret the ease and security in which th« state of India, and even the indolence, and timidity of its inhabitants, enable most parts of...
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The Literary Panorama and National Register

English literature - 1816
...appears to pursue his own inclinations, undirected end unre«: rained. Amidst the stormy inde|>eiidrnee of this mode of life, he would regret the ease and...inhabitants, enable most parts of that country to repose. I le would with many productions of art and IP-lure Ih t do not exist in India ; but, in general, he...
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The Augustan review

1816
...the people absolutely go for nothing; and he would find himself among a nation, where the control of government is scarcely felt, and where every man appears...Amidst the stormy independence of this mode of life, be would regret the ease and security in which the state of India, and even the indolence and timidity...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 70

1816
...the people absolutely go for nothing : and he would find himself among a nation where the controul of government is scarcely felt, and where every man appears to pursue his own inclination!, undirected aud unrestrained. Amidst the stormy independence of this mode of life, be...
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Geography, Illustrated on a Popular Plan: For the Use of Schools and Young ...

Sir Richard Phillips - Geography - 1820 - 740 pages
...the people absolutely go for nothing; and, he would find himself among a nation where the controul of the government is scarcely felt, and where every...India, 'and even the indolence and timidity of its inhabitauts,* enable most parts oi that country to repose. He would meet with many productions of art...
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Universal geography, or A description of all the parts of the world

Malthe Conrad Bruun - 1822
...the people absolutely go for nothing; and he would now find himself among a nation where the control of the government is scarcely felt, and where every...would meet with many productions of art and nature, which do not exist in India; but, in general, he would find the arts of life less advanced, and many...
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Universal Geography: Or A Description of All Parts of the World ..., Volume 1

Conrad Malte-Brun - Atlases - 1827
...the people absolutely go for nothing ; and he would now find himself among a nation where the control of the government is scarcely felt, and where every...indolence and timidity of its inhabitants, enable most pnrts of that country to repose. He would meet with many productions of art and nature, which do not...
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Universal Geography: Or, A Description of All Parts of the World, on a New ...

Conrad Malte-Brun - Atlases - 1829
...the people absolutely go for nothing; and he would now find himself among a nation where the control of the government is scarcely felt, and where every...would meet with many productions of art and nature, which do not exist in India; but, in general, he would find the nrts of life less advanced, and many...
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An Historical and Descriptive Account of Persia: From the Earliest Ages to ...

James Baillie Fraser - Iran - 1834 - 472 pages
...the -people absolutely go for nothing ; and he would find himself among a nation where the control of the government is scarcely felt, and where every man appears to pursue his own inclination undirected and unrestrained. Amidst the stormy independence of this mode of life, he would...
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An Historical and Descriptive Account of Persia: From the Earliest Ages to ...

James Baillie Fraser - Afghanistan - 1834 - 345 pages
...where the people absolutely go for nothing; and he would find himself among a nation where the control of the government is scarcely felt, and where every man appears to pursue his own inclination undirected and unrestrained. Amid the stormy independence of this mode of life, he would...
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