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" So by like reason it cannot be but a matter of doubtful consequence, if states be managed by empiric statesmen, not well mingled with men grounded in learning. But contrariwise, it is almost without instance contradictory, that ever l any government was... "
France, Social, Literary, Political - Pagina 120
door Henry Lytton Bulwer Baron Dalling and Bulwer - 1834
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Southern Literary Messenger, Volume 16

1850
...their books, who are many times easily surprised, when matter falleth out besides their experience, to the prejudice of the causes they handle :* so,...ever any government was disastrous that was in the bands of learned governors. For howsoever it bath been ordinary with politic incut to extenuate and...
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Works

Francis Bacon - 1850
...their books, who are many times easily surprised, when matter falleth out besides their experience, to the prejudice of the causes they handle : so, by...without instance contradictory, that ever any government wag disastrous that wal in the hands of learned governors. For howsoever it hath been ordinary with...
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The Works of Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor of England, Volume 1

Francis Bacon - 1850
...are many times easily surprised, when matter falleth out besides their experience to the prejudices delight in the spacious liberty of generalities,...region, and not in tlie enclosures of particularity; 3. It makes them irresolute by variety of reading 164 It teacheth them when and upon what ground to...
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The two books of Francis Bacon: of the proficience and advancement of ...

Francis Bacon (visct. St. Albans.) - 1852
...their books, who are many times easily surprised when matter falleth out besides their experience, to the prejudice of the causes they handle : so by...consequence if states be managed by empiric statesmen, Learned Statesmen, why successful ; examples. 11 not well mingled with men grounded in learning. But...
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The History of Political Literature, from the Earliest Times, Volume 2

Robert Blakey - 1855
...to rely upon advocates or lawyers, which are only men of practice, and not grounded in their books; so, by like reason, it cannot be but a matter of doubtful...not well mingled with men grounded in learning*." Bacon's description of government is singularly characteristic of his genius and method of treating...
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The History of Political Literature from the Earliest Times, Volume 2

Robert Blakey - 1855
...advocates or lawyers, which are only men of practice, and not grounded in their books; so, by • Essays. like reason, it cannot be but a matter of doubtful...not well mingled with men grounded in learning*." Bacon's description of government is singularly characteristic of his genius and method of treating...
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The history of political literature, Volume 2

Robert Blakey - 1855
...men of practice, and not grounded in their books ; so, by 9fi POLITICAL LITERATURE OF GREAT BRITAIN. like reason, it cannot be but a matter of doubtful...not well mingled with men grounded in learning*." Bacon's description of government is singularly characteristic of his genius and method of treating...
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The Works of Francis Bacon: Philosophical works

Francis Bacon (Viscount St. Albans) - 1857
...their books, who are many times easily surprised when matter falleth out besides their experience, to the prejudice of the causes they handle. So by...is almost without instance contradictory, that ever l any government was disastrous that was in the hands of learned governors. For howsoever it hath been...
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Works: Collected and Edited by James Spedding, Robert Leslie Ellis ..., Volume 3

Francis Bacon - 1859
...their books, who arc many times easily surprised when matter falleth out besides their experience, to the prejudice of the causes they handle. So by...is almost without instance contradictory, that ever l any government was disastrous that was in the hands of learned governors. For howsoever it hath been...
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The Works, Volume 3

Francis Bacon - 1859
...their books, who are many times easily surprised when matter falleth out besides their experience, to the prejudice of the causes they handle. So by...is almost without instance contradictory, that ever l any government was disastrous that was in the hands of learned governors. For howsoever it hath been...
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