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" They acknowledge the existence of a great number of strange gods, calling them by the general name of Fyga, among whom they rank ours as the greatest; and, when they think it will answer their purpose, they will readily acknowledge him as far wiser, and... "
Journal of a Voyage in the Missionary Ship Duff, to the Pacific Ocean in the ... - الصفحة 152
بواسطة Rev. William Smith - 1813 - عدد الصفحات: 288
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, المجلد 13

1799
...intereft or inclination leads them. They alfo acknowledge the exiftence of a great number of itrange gods, calling them by the general name of Fyga, among whom they rank ours as the greateft ; and, when they think it will anfwer their purpofc, they will readily acknowledge him as...

The Monthly Epitome, المجلد 3

1800
...intei eft or inclination leads them. They alfo acknowledge the exigence of a great number of rtrange gods, calling them by the general name of Fyga, among whom they rank ours as the greateft ; and when they think it will anfwer their purpofe, they will readily acknowledge him as far...

The Annual Review and History of Literature, المجلد 2

1804
...spheres ; and sometimes counteracting one another, as interest or inclination prompts them. They also acknowledge the existence of a great number of strange...when they think it will answer their purpose, they readily acknowledge him to be far wiser, and in every respect better than their own ; having taught...

The London General Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary: Containing a ...

1825
...and sometimes counteracting one another according as interest or inclination leads them. They also acknowledge the existence of a great number of strange...by the general name of Fyga, among whom they rank the god of Great Britain as the greatest ; and, when they think it will answer their purpose, they...

Original memoranda,etc

Robert Southey - 1876
...and sometimes counteracting one another, according as interest or inclination leads them. They also acknowledge the existence of a great number of .strange...theirs, having taught us to make so much better ships, tool?, cloth, &c. than they have ever been able to do. Besides these, they imagine every individual...

Southey's Common-place Book...: Original memoranda, etc

Robert Southey - 1876
...and sometimes counteracting one another, according as interest or inclination leads them. They also acknowledge the existence of a great number of strange...by the general name of Fyga, among whom they rank our? as the greatest ; and when they think i: will answer their purpose, they will readüj acknowledge...




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