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" Whether, if there was a wall of brass a thousand cubits high round this kingdom, our natives might not nevertheless live cleanly and comfortably, till the land, and reap the fruits of it... "
Philosophy and Political Economy in Some of Their Historical Relations - Page 120
by James Bonar - 1893 - 410 pages
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A Miscellany, Containing Several Tracts on Various Subjects, Volume 1

George Berkeley - Church and state - 1752 - 259 pages
...was a Wall of Brafe a thoufand Cubits high, round this Kingdom, our Natives might not neverthclefs live cleanly and comfortably, till the Land, and reap the Fruits of it ? 135. What fhould hinder us from exerting ourfelves, ufing our Hands arid Brains, doing fomething...
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The Querist: Containing Several Queries, Proposed to the Consideration of ...

George Berkeley - Great Britain - 1760 - 160 pages
...a walLof brafs a thoufand cubits high, round this kingdom, our natives might not neverthelefs Jive cleanly and comfortably, till the land, and reap the fruits of it? 135. What fhould hinder us from exerting ourfelves, ufing our hands and brains, doing fomething or...
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The Works of George Berkeley, Volume 3

George Berkeley - 1820
...nevertheless, there is any other people whose wants may be more easily supplied from home ? 134. Whether, if there was a wall of brass a thousand cubits high,...comfortably, till the land and reap the fruits of it ? 135. What should hinder us from exerting ourselves, using our hands and brains, doing something or...
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The Works of George Berkeley, Volume 3

George Berkeley - 1820
...nevertheless, there is any other people whose wants may be more easily supplied from home ? 134. Whether, if there was a wall of brass a thousand cubits high,...comfortably, till the land and reap the fruits of it ? 135. What should hinder us from exerting ourselves, using our hands and brains, doing something or...
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The Constitution of Society: As Designed by God

Daniel Bishop - Christian sociology - 1835 - 639 pages
...produced. 272. In Bishop Berkeley's Querist, the following queries fefer to Ireland : — Whether, if there was a wall of brass, a thousand cubits high,...our natives might not nevertheless live cleanly and comfortabU . till the land, and reap the fruits of it ? Whether there be any country in Christendom...
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The Works of George Berkeley, D.D., Bishop of Cloyne: Including ..., Volume 2

George Berkeley - Philosophy, Modern - 1843 - 978 pages
...nevertheless, there is any other people whose wants may be more easily supplied from home ? 134. Whether, if there was a wall of brass a thousand cubits high,...comfortably, till the land and reap the fruits of it ? 135. What should hinder us from exerting ourselves, using our hai. s and brains, doing something...
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A Collection of Tracts and Treatises Illustrative of the Natural History ...

Ireland - 1861
...nevertheless, there is any other people whose wants may be more easily supplied from home ? 134. Whether if there was a wall of brass a thousand cubits high...comfortably, till the land, and reap the fruits of it? 1 35. What should hinder us from exerting ourselves, using our hands and brains, doing something or...
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Études sur l'Irlande contemporaine, Volume 1

Cardinal Adolphe Louis Albert Perraud - Ireland - 1862
...« (Quer. 169.) 1 Réimprimé eu 1847 avec l'opuscule précédemment cite de Swift. « « Whether, if there was a wall of brass a thousand cubits high, round this kingdom, our natives mighl nol ncvertheless live cleanly and comfortably, till the land, and reap the fruits of it? » (Qncr....
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Études sur l'Irlande contemporaine, Volume 1

Cardinal Adolphe Louis Albert Perraud - Ireland - 1862
...169.) 1 Réimprime5 en 1847 avec l'opuseule précédemment ci té de Swift. 1 « Whether, if thcre was a wall of brass a thousand cubits high. round this kingdom, our natives might npt nevertheless live cleanly and comfortably, till the land, and reap the fruits of it? » (Quer....
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The History of Ireland,: From the Treaty of Limerick to the ..., Volume 1

Digital images - 1869
...nevertheless, there is any other people whose wants may be more easily supplied from home ?" — " Whether, if there was a wall of brass a thousand cubits high...comfortably, till the land, and reap the fruits of it?" — "Whether a foreigner could imagine that one-half of the people were starving, in a country which...
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