The London Chronicle

And as some that the weal : h and power of every Slate confifte the following chapter our of the Tuscans and ... To carry rivers “ So barren and uncultivated is Italy esteemed in those time ' , was not so much a contrast to over their ...

The London Chronicle


The Belfast Monthly Magazine

Many flock hither from the other This is a very small , barren and islands . uncultivated isle , in which great ... There is on it one house if the guest be not sick before he dewith two cottages . parts , he quarrels with his host ...

The Belfast Monthly Magazine


Beauties of Sturm s Reflections

while in others it is so barren and ungrateful , that all attempts to improve it are thrown away ? Let us not doubt that this difference is very right , and worthy our admiration , though it is not always conformable to our way of ...

Beauties of Sturm s Reflections


Reflections for Everyday in the Year on the Works of God and of His Providence Throughout All Nature Translated from the German of C C Sturm New Ed with Elegant Plates from New Designs

We might as well ask , Why God has not ordained that all the kingdoms and countries on earth should be equally agreeable and fruitful ? Why , in certain places , the soil is rich and fertile , while in others it is so barren and ...

Reflections for Everyday in the Year on the Works of God  and of His Providence Throughout All Nature  Translated from the German of C C  Sturm  New Ed   with Elegant Plates  from New Designs


The Church s Title to Her Endowments A Lecture Etc

His argument assumes thatbarren or waste ground ” is the same thing as land not under cultivation . What would farmer , or any body sense , say to this assumption ? All “ barren or waste ground ” indeed is uncultivated ; but surely ...

The Church s Title to Her Endowments  A Lecture  Etc


A Letter to Lord Robert Seymour

It is a wellcultivated and open champaign country , abounding in hill and dale , but with considerable tracts of a light sandy soil , and of barren uncultivated heaths . Not quite one - fifth of the people are employed in agriculture ...

A Letter to Lord Robert Seymour


Proceedings

... barren uncultivated districts they are not nearly so easy of detection . “ I have found no Welsh boulders north of Stourbridge , or to the south of Stoke , though they extend eastwards as far as Sutton .

Proceedings

Volumes 1-10 include Records of meteorological observations taken at the Observatory of the Birmingham and Midland institute 1891/June 1892-1896.

Proceedings of the Birmingham Philosophical Society

... in barren uncultivated districts they are not nearly so easy of detection . “ I have found no Welsh boulders north of Stourbridge , or to the south of Stoke , though they extend eastwards as far as Sutton .

Proceedings of the Birmingham Philosophical Society


The History of Ancient Windsor Connecticut

We think it unfortunate for the plains that he did not stop at Pickett's, as he would then have had a fresher start, and we fancy would have omitted the words barren, uncultivated, and looking beyond the shrub-oak hedges which skirted ...

The History of Ancient Windsor  Connecticut


Roman Eloquence

Thus Athens is famous for its orators, not Sparta, Crete or Persia. Likewise in Rome, eloquence was more powerful while civic order was vulnerable to disturbance, 'just as an uncultivated field has some more flourishing plants (herbas)' ...

Roman Eloquence

The present volume is part of a general renaissance in the study of rhetoric and bears testimony to a discipline undergoing rapid and exciting change. It draws together established and newer scholars in the field to produce a probing and innovative analysis of the role played by rhetoric in Roman culture. Utilizing a variety of critical approaches and methodologies, these scholars examine not only the role of rhetoric in Roman society but also the relationship between rhetoric and Rome's major literary genres. In addition to demonstrating rhetoric's critical significance for Roman culture, the studies reveal the important role played by rhetoric in the formation of the various genres of literature.

On Global Justice

... waste or barren Land within our Dominions, that also is to be given to Strangers, at their Request, or may be lawfully possessed by them, because whatever remains uncultivated, is not to be esteemed Property, only so far as concerns ...

On Global Justice

Debates about global justice have traditionally fallen into two camps. Statists believe that principles of justice can only be held among those who share a state. Those who fall outside this realm are merely owed charity. Cosmopolitans, on the other hand, believe that justice applies equally among all human beings. On Global Justice shifts the terms of this debate and shows how both views are unsatisfactory. Stressing humanity's collective ownership of the earth, Mathias Risse offers a new theory of global distributive justice--what he calls pluralist internationalism--where in different contexts, different principles of justice apply. Arguing that statists and cosmopolitans seek overarching answers to problems that vary too widely for one single justice relationship, Risse explores who should have how much of what we all need and care about, ranging from income and rights to spaces and resources of the earth. He acknowledges that especially demanding redistributive principles apply among those who share a country, but those who share a country also have obligations of justice to those who do not because of a universal humanity, common political and economic orders, and a linked global trading system. Risse's inquiries about ownership of the earth give insights into immigration, obligations to future generations, and obligations arising from climate change. He considers issues such as fairness in trade, responsibilities of the WTO, intellectual property rights, labor rights, whether there ought to be states at all, and global inequality, and he develops a new foundational theory of human rights.

The Quarterly review

But he would have no temptation to sell it at that price : for the motive to sell at a less price than the market price ... remaining uncultivated , was so barren , and his land already in cultivation had received so much capital , that ...

The Quarterly review


Quarterly Review

But he would have no temptation to sell it at that price : for the motive to sell at a less price than the market price ... remaining uncultivated , was so barren , and his land already in cultivation had received so much capital , that ...

Quarterly Review


Strategies from Heaven s Throne

Their wilderness consisted of many tests and challenges as God measured their faith and obedience. it is interesting ... as: very lonely (uninhabited), unfruitful and barren (uncultivated and desolate), dry (having little or no water; ...

Strategies from Heaven s Throne

This powerful book by a respected prophetic leader explains how to break free from being bound by the past and by actual religious strongholds to embrace the future God has in mind.

Debow s Review

rightly urged , it seems to me not only individuals , but States , would come forward to aid the great and effective ... The city is situated not very far from the head of the lake , in a miserably barren , uncultivated region , under a ...

Debow s Review


De Bow s Review

rightly urged , it seems to me not only individuals , but States , would come forward to aid the great and effective ... The city is situated not very far from the head of the lake , in a miserably barren , uncultivated region , under a ...

De Bow s Review


Parliamentary Debates

What is the good Sir HENRY PARKES : That is clearly of the land ? ... and nothing is so dead a weight Sir HENRY PARKES : The hon . to a country as barren , uncultivated land . gentleman said it was an apparent rather Mr. COPELAND ...

Parliamentary Debates