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" Three centuries have nearly passed since this memorable epoch, and the world knows the fate of the states which accepted the dogma which it was Philip's life-work to enforce, and of those who protested against the system. The Spanish and Italian peninsulas... "
History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the Silent to ... - Página 7
por John Lothrop Motley - 1861
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History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the ..., Volumen1

John Lothrop Motley - 1861
...states which accepted the dogma which it was Philip's life-work to enforce, and of those who protested against the system. The Spanish and Italian Peninsulas...Commonwealth, the British Empire, the Transatlantic Kepublic. Yet the contest between those Seven meagre Provinces upon the sand-banks of the North Sea,...
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The Methodist Quarterly Review

1868
...states which accepted the dogma which it was Philip's life-work to enforce, and of those who protested against the system. The Spanish and Italian peninsulas...Commonwealth, the British Empire, the Transatlantic Republic.* • "We have lingered, perhaps, too long on this historical character, in itself essentially mean,...
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Methodist Review, Volumen50

1868
...states which accepted the dogma which it was Philip's life-work to enforce, and of those who protested against the system. The Spanish and Italian peninsulas...-the British Empire, the Transatlantic Republic.* We have lingered, perhaps, too long on this historical character, in itself essentially mpan, great...
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Biography of Rev. G. H. Atkinson....: Journal of Sea Voyage to Oregon in ...

1893 - 508 páginas
...states which accepted the dogma, which it was Philip's life work to enforce, and of those who protested against the system. The Spanish and Italian Peninsulas...Prussia, the Dutch Commonwealth, the British Empire, and the Trans-Atlantic Republic of the United States. The quarrel was in its nature irreconcilable...
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The Church for Americans

William Montgomery Brown - 1899 - 501 páginas
...nations. The Spanish and Italian Peninsulas are themselves evidence of this. In the words of Motley: "They have had a different history from that which records...Prussia, the Dutch Commonwealth, the British Empire and the Transatlantic Republic.'' The cause of this difference is pointed out by "Janus" who was certainly...
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The Writings of John Lothrop Motley, Volumen8

John Lothrop Motley - 1900
...states which accepted the dogma which it was Philip's life-work to enforce, and of those who protested against the system. The Spanish and Italian peninsulas...transatlantic Republic. Yet the contest between those seven meager provinces upon the sand-banks of the North Sea and the great Spanish empire seemed at the moment...
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History of the United Netherlands: From the Death of William the ..., Volumen1

John Lothrop Motley - 1900
...states which accepted the dogma which it was Philip's life-work to enforce, and of those who protested against the system. The Spanish and Italian peninsulas...transatlantic Republic. Yet the contest between those seven meager provinces upon the sand-banks of the North Sea and the great Spanish empire seemed at the moment...
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Selections from "The Rise of the Dutch Republic" and "History of the United ...

John Lothrop Motley - 1902 - 210 páginas
...states which accepted the dogma which it was Philip's life-work to enforce, and of those who protested against the system. The Spanish and Italian peninsulas have had a different story from that which records the career of France, Prussia, the Dutch Commonwealth, the British Empire,...
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The Historians' History of the World: France, 1815-1904, Netherlands

Henry Smith Williams - 1904
...states which accepted the dogma which it was Philip's life-work to enforce, and of those who protested against the system. The Spanish and Italian peninsulas...we are now occupied a sufficiently desperate one. THE SITUATION AFTER THE DEATH OF PRINCE WILLIAM The limit of the Spanish or "obedient" provinces, on...
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The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative ..., Volumen13

Henry Smith Williams - 1907
...states which accepted the dogma which it was Philip's life-work to enforce, and of those who protested against the system. The Spanish and Italian peninsulas...we are now occupied a sufficiently desperate one. THE SITUATION AFTER THE DEATH OF PRIXCE WILLIAM The limit of the Spanish or "obedient" provinces, on...
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