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" ... pervading all these languages there is nothing else than the varied development of common principles, must be convinced that the differences between them are but the result of the gradual deviation of one common language into a multitude of diverging... "
The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal - Página 295
1847
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volumen43

1847
...it is hard to conceive any such hypothesis applicable to the facts now tinder consideration. If wfl suppose an Asiatic tribe, speaking any one idiom belonging...originally common type. Besides the languages which I hare enumerated as the principal members of the Indo-European family, other groups have been more lately...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1848
...of common principles, must be convinced that the differences between them are but the result of the gradual deviation of one common language into a multitude of diverging dialects ; and the ultimate conclusion that is forced upon us is, that the Indo-European nations arc the descendants of...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volumen54;Volumen88

1848
...of common principles, must be convinced that the differences between them are but the result of the gradual deviation of one common language into a multitude of diverging dialects ; and the ultimate conclusion that is forced upon us is, that the Indo-European nations are the descendants of...
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Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation

Robert Chambers - 1851 - 316 páginas
...of common principles, must be convinced that the differences between them are but the result of the gradual deviation of one common language into a multitude of diverging dialects; and the ultimate conclusion that is forced upon us is, that the IndoEuropean nations are the descendants of...
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A Manual of Geographical Science: Mathematical, Physical ..., Volumen1

Charles Grenfell Nicolay - 1852 - 445 páginas
...of common principles, must be convinced that the differences between them are but the result of the gradual deviation of one common language into a multitude of diverging dialects, and the ultimate conclusion forced upon us is, that the Indo-European nations are the descendants of one original...
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Vestiges of the natural history of creation [by R. Chambers].

Robert Chambers - 1853 - 356 páginas
...Report on Ethnology, by Dr. Prichard, in the publication of the British Association for 1847. ticm of one common language into a multitude of diverging dialects ; and the ultimate conclusion that is forced upon us is, that the Indo-European nations are the descendants of...
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Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation

Robert Chambers - 1860 - 286 páginas
...of common principles, must be convinced that the differences between them are but the result of the gradual deviation of one common language into a multitude of diverging dialects ; and the ultimate conclusion that is forced upon us is, that the Indo-European nations are the descendants of...
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Present conflict of science with the Christian religion, or, Modern ...

Herbert William Morris - 1876 - 686 páginas
...of common principles, must be convinced that the differences between them are but the result of the gradual deviation of one common language into a multitude of diverging dialects ; and the ultimate conclusion that is forced upon us is, that the Indo-European nations are the descendants of...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volumen17,Parte1847

British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1848
...of common principles, must be convinced that the differences between them are but the result of the gradual deviation of one common language into a multitude of diverging dialects ; and the ultimate conclusion that is forced upon us is, that the Indo-European nations are the descendants of...
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