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" ... and extent of its ports, the character of Its inhabitants, who were industrious, laborious, patient, and extremely courteous to strangers; invited thither merchants from all parts of the globe, so that it might be considered, not so much a city belonging... "
Les quatre premiers livres de Télémaque français-anglais en trois colonnes ... - Page 256
by François de Salignac de La Mothe- Fénelon - 1837 - 415 pages
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A New History of the Grecian States,: From Their Earliest Period to Their ...

Richard Johnson - Greece - 1786 - 132 pages
...the globe; fo that it might be confidered, not fo much a city belonging to any particular nation, as the common city of all nations, and the centre of their commerce. Alexander thought it neceflary, both for his pride and his intereft, to take the city, though it was...
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The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians ..., Volume 6

Charles Rollin - History, Ancient - 1800
...globe; fo that it might be confidered, not fo much as a city belonging to any particular nation, as the common city of all nations, and the centre of their commerce. Upon Alexander's advancing towards it, the Tynans fent him an embafly with prefents (or himfelf, and...
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The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians ..., Volume 5

Charles Rollin - History, Ancient - 1808
...globe ; so that it might be considered, not so much as a city belong, ing to any particular nation, as the common city of all nations, and the centre of their commerce. Upon Alexander's advancing towards it, the Tyrians sent him ati embassy with presents for himself,...
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Dr. Goldsmith's History of Greece: Abridged for the Use of Schools

Oliver Goldsmith - 1809 - 298 pages
...globe; so that it might be considered, not so much as a city belonging to «ny particular nation, as the common city of all nations, and the centre of their commerce. Alexander thought it necessary both for his glory and his interest to take this city. The spring was...
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Letters on Ancient History; exhibiting a summary view of the history ...

Anne Wilson - History, Ancient - 1809 - 316 pages
...the globe, so that it might be considered not so much a city belonging to any particular nation, as the common city of all nations, and the centre of their commerce. Alexander thought it necessary, both for his pride and his interest, to take the city, though it was...
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Sacred History, in Familiar Dialogues, for the Instruction of ..., Volume 1

Hannah Neale - Bible - 1813 - 363 pages
...the globe ; so that it might be considered, not so much a city belonging to any particular nation, as the common city of all nations, and the centre of their commerce." On Alexander's approach, the Tynans sent an embassy, with presents and refreshments for his ,army,...
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The Grecian History: From the Earliest State to the Death of Alexander the Great

Oliver Goldsmith - Greece - 1814
...the globe, so that it might be considered, not so much a city belonging to any particular nation, as the common city of all nations, and the centre of their commerce. Alexander thought it necessary, both for his pride and his interest, to take this city. The spring...
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The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthagininas, Assyrians ..., Volume 5

Charles Rollin - History, Ancient - 1820
...the globe ; so that it might be considered, not so much a city belonging to any particular nation, as the common city of all nations, and the centre of their commerce. Upon Alexander's advancing towards it, the Tyrians sent him an embassy with presents for himself and...
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Pinnock's improved edition of dr. Goldsmith's History of Greece, abridged ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1820
...globe; so that it might be considered, net so much as a city belonging to any particular nation, as the common city of all nations, and the centre of their commerce. 21. Alexander thought it necessary both for his glory and .his -interest to take this city, as the...
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The history of Greece, Volume 2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1821
...the globe, so that it might be considered, not so much a city belonging to any particular nation, as the common city of all nations, and the centre of their commerce. Alexander thought it necessary, both „ p for his pride and his interest, to take <^0 ' this city....
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