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" ... they can ever mend, while such conduct remains unchanged. It was much easier at first to preserve what we once had, than to recover it now that it is lost ; we have nothing now left to lose — we have everything to recover. This must be done by ourselves,... "
A History of Greece - Pagina 443
door George Grote - 1853
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Materials and Models for Greek Prose Composition

1878 - 295 pagina’s
...had, than to recover it now that it is lost ; we have nothing now left to lose — we have everything to recover. This must be done by ourselves, and at...so long as we ourselves will neither pay nor serve. Demosthenes, Olynth. ii. 23, sq. [ii. 24]. XXXIX. XL. A CONSCIENTIOUS man would be cautious how he...
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Greece: I. Legendary Greece: II. Grecian History to the Reign of ..., Volume 11

George Grote - 1899
...had, than to recover it now that it is lost ; we have nothing now left to lose — we have everything to recover. This must be done by ourselves, and at...whereby particular symmories in the state combine to exempt themselves from burdensome duties, and to cast them all unjustly upon others. We must not...
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The Masterpieces and the History of Literature: Analysis ..., Volume 6

Julian Hawthorne - 1902
...had, than to recover it now that it is lost ; we have nothing now left to lose — we have everything to recover. This must be done by ourselves, and at...that abuse which has grown up, whereby particular groups in the state combine to exempt themselves from burdensome duties, and to cast them all unjustly...
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Readings in Ancient History: Greece and the East

William Stearns Davis - 1912
...still after having lost so much of your own ! . . . This [work of saving Olynthus and checking Philip] must be done by ourselves, and at once. We must furnish...work well, and then exact from them a severe account afterward — which we cannot do, so long as we ourselves will neither serve nor pay. . . . We must...
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Readings in Ancient History: Illustrative Extracts from the Sources

William Stearns Davis - 1912
...You, who have so often rescued others, can now sit still after having lost so much of your own! . . . be done by ourselves, and at once. We must furnish...work well, and then exact from them a severe account afterward — which we cannot do, so long as we ourselves will neither serve nor pay. . . . We must...
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