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" The servitude of rivers is the noblest and most important victory which man has obtained over the licentiousness of Nature ; and if such were the ravages of the Tiber under a firm and active government, what could oppose, or who can enumerate, the injuries... "
Notes and Queries - Seite 476
1921
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 12

Edward Gibbon - 1789 - 206 Seiten
...nature'7; and if fuch were the ravages of the Tyber under a firm and active government , what could oppofc, or who can enumerate, the injuries of the city after the fall of the Weftern empire? A 'remedy was at length produced by the evil itfelf : the accumulation of rubbifh and...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 8

Edward Gibbon - 1805
...the use compensate the toil and cost of the tardy and imperfect execution. The servitude of rivers is the noblest and most important victory which man has obtained over the licentiousness of nature;17 and if such were the ravages of the Tyber under a firm and active government, what could...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 12

Edward Gibbon - 1806
...the use compensate the toil and cost of the tardy and imperfect execution. The servitude of rivers is the noblest and most important victory which man has obtained over the licentiousness of nature % iles pene absumsere urbem. Nam Tibetis insolitis auctus imbribus et ultra opinionero, vel diumitate...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 8

Edward Gibbon - 1821
...such were the ravages of the Tyber under a firm and active government, what could oppose, or who could enumerate, the injuries of the city after the fall of the western empire ? A remedy was at length produced by the evil itself: the accumulation of rubbish, and the earth that...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 6

Edward Gibbon - 1826
...the noblest and most important victory which man has obtained over the licentiousness of nature ;'7 and if such were the ravages of the Tiber under a firm and active government, what could oppose, or Avho can enumerate, the injuries ol the city after the fall oi the AVestern Empire? A remedy was at...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 8

Edward Gibbon - 1827
...the noblest and most important victory which man has obtained over the licentiousness of nature r ; and if such were the ravages of the Tiber under a...injuries of the city after the fall of the western empire ? A remedy was at length produced by the evil itself: the accumulation of rubbish, and the earth that...
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An Encyclopædia of Civil Engineering, Historical, Theoretical, and ..., Band 1

Edward Cresy - 1847 - 1039 Seiten
...rivers devoted to the purpose of mland navigation ; and, according to Gibbon, " the servitude of rivers is the noblest and most important victory which man...obtained over the licentiousness of nature;" and, without doubt, agriculture would first derive advantage from their subjection, occasioning them to...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 6

Edward Gibbon - 1851
...the use compensate the toil and cost of the tardy and imperfect execution. The servitude of rivers is the noblest and most important victory which man has obtained over the licentiousness of nature ; 17 and if such were the ravages of the Tyber under a firm and active government, what could oppose,...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 1

Edward Gibbon - 1855
...the use compensate the toil and cost of the tardy and imperfect execution. The servitude of rivers is the noblest and most important victory which man has obtained over the licentiousness of nature ;t and if such were the ravages of the Tiber under a firm and active government, what could oppose,...
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Band 7

Edward Gibbon - 1855
...noblest and most important victory which man has obtained over the licentiousness of nature ;t aud if such were the ravages of the Tiber under a firm...of the city, after the fall of the Western empire ? A remedy was at length produced by the evil itself; the accumulation of rubbish, and the earth that...
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