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" ... suppressed by the combination of wealth and power : but, poured forth in abundance from the press, they spread over the land with the rapidity of an inundation, which acquires additional force from the efforts used to obstruct its progress. "
The book of English trades, and library of the useful arts - Page 321
by Book - 1818 - 444 pages
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Essays Moral and Literary, Volume 1

Vicesimus Knox - Comparative literature - 1779
...the flow procefs of the hand- writing, they muft have been few, and would have been eafily fupprefled by the combination of wealth and power: but, poured forth in abundance from the prefs, they fpread over the land with the rapidity of B b 4 aa an inundation, which acquires additional...
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Essays, Moral and Literary, Volume 2

Vicesimus Knox - 1783
...by the combination of wealth and power : but, poured forth in abundance from the prefs, they fpread over the land with the rapidity of an inundation, which acquires additional force from the efforts ufed to obftruft its progrefs. He who undertook to prevent the difperfion of the books once iflued...
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Essays, moral and literary, Volume 3

Vicesimus Knox - 1803
...only by the slow process of the hand-writing, they must have been few, and would easily have ben suppressed by the combination of wealth and power:...inundation, which acquires additional force from the ef forts used to obstruct its progress. He who undertook to prevent the dispersion of the books once...
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The history of printing in America, with a biography of printers ..., Volume 1

Isaiah Thomas - American newspapers - 1810
...multiplied by the slow process of handwriting, they must have been fewj and would have been easily suppressed by the combination of wealth and power;...progress. He who undertook to prevent the dispersion of the books once issued from the press, attempted a task no less arduous thaii the destruction of the...
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The baptist Magazine

1818
...easily suppressed by th'* combination of wealth and power : but, pourud forth in abundance 1'rOm a the press, they spread over the land with the rapidity...progress. He who undertook to prevent the dispersion of the books, once issued from the press, attempted a task no less arduous than the hydra. Resistance...
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The Youth's magazine, or Evangelical miscellany

1848
...multiplied only by the slow process of handwriting, they must have been few, and would have been easily suppressed by the combination of wealth and power...with the rapidity of an inundation, which acquires an additional force from the efforts used to obstruct its progress." Not only have the interests of...
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The British Essayists: Knox's essays

James Ferguson (advocate.) - English essays - 1823
...multiplied only by the slow process of the handwriting, they must have been few.'and would have. been easily suppressed by the combination of wealth and power;...progress. He who undertook to prevent the dispersion of the books once issued from the press, attempted a task no less arduous than the destruction of the...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 17

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1823
...multiplied only by the slow process of the hand-writing, they must have been few, and would have been easily suppressed by the combination of wealth and power; but, poured forth in abundance from the press, (hey spread over the land with the rapidity of an inundation, which acquires additional force from...
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The Works of Vicesimus Knox, D.D.: With a Biographical Preface, Volume 2

Vicesimus Knox - 1824
...multiplied only by the slow process of the hand writing, they must have been few, and would easily have been suppressed by the combination of wealth and power...progress. He who undertook to prevent the dispersion of the books once issued from the press, attempted a task no less arduous than the destruction of the...
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The Works of Vicesimus Knox, D.D.: With a Biographical Preface, Volume 2

Vicesimus Knox - 1824
...multiplied only by the slow process of the hand writing, they must have been few, and would easily have leen suppressed by the combination of wealth and power...progress. He who undertook to prevent the dispersion of the books once issued from the press, attempted a task no less arduous thai the destruction of the...
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