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woods, here hills, here animals, here men abound, and the vast tendencies concur of a new order. If only the men are well employed in conspiring with the designs of the Spirit who led us hither, and is leading us still, we shall quickly enough advance out of all hearing of other's censures, out of all regrets of our own, into a new and more excellent social state than history has recorded.

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Rev. Frederick Denison Maurice, M.A.

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ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY, Comprising the Hebrew, Egyptian, Hindoo, Chinese, Persian, Grecian,

Roman, and Alexandrian Systems of Philosophy.

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TREASURY OF NATURAL SCIENCE. A COMPREHENSIVE INTRODUCTION TO THE NATURAL

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A MANUAL OF APPLIED MECHANICS.

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NATURAL PHILOSOPHY.

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RHETORICAL AND LITERARY

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SPEECHES ON SOCIAL AND POLITICAL

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GRAMMAR OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. To which is added Six Lessons intended to prevent Statesmen from using false grammar, and from writing in an awkward manner.

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A FRENCH GRAMMAR: PLAIN INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE LEARNING OF FRENCH,

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ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN,
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