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" Themistocles taking him aside, told him that the design he had conceived, was to burn the fleet belonging to the rest of the Grecian states which then lay in a neighbouring port, when Athens would assuredly become mistress of all Greece. "
The ancient history of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians, Babylonians ... - Page 111
by Charles Rollin - 1808
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The Grecian History: From the Earliest State, to the Death of ..., Volumes 1-2

Oliver Goldsmith - Greece - 1805
...therefore, taking him aside, told him, that the design he had conceived was to burn the fleet belonging to the rest of the Grecian states, which then lay in a neighbouring port; and thus procure Athens an undisputed sovereignty of the sea. Aristides, inwardly displeased at the proposal,...
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Goldsmith's History of Greece, Abridged, Volumes 1-2

Oliver Goldsmith - Greece - 1806
...this purpose. To him Themistocles privately signified his intention of burning the fleet belonging to the rest of the Grecian states , which then lay in a neighbouring port , and thus rendering Athens the undisputed sovereign of the sea. Aristides , shoco base/ a proposal ; made...
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Dr. Goldsmith's History of Greece: Abridged for the Use of Schools

Oliver Goldsmith - Greece - 1809 - 298 pages
...this purpose. To him Themistocles privately signified his intention of burning the fleet belonging to the rest of the Grecian states, which then lay in a neighbouring port, and thus rendering Athens the undisputed sovereign of the sea. Aristides, shocked at so base a proposal,...
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The History of Greece: From the Earliest State, to the Death of ..., Volume 1

Oliver Goldsmith - Greece - 1812
...therefore, taking him aside, told him, that the design he had conceived was to burn the fleet belonging to the rest of the Grecian states, which then lay in a neighbouring port, and thus procure Athens an undisputed sovereignty of the sea. Aristides, inwardly displeased at the proposal,...
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The Grecian History: From the Earliest State to the Death of Alexander the Great

Oliver Goldsmith - 1814
...therefore, taking him aside, told him, that the design he had conceived was to burn the fleet belonging to the rest of the Grecian states, which then lay in a neighbouring, port, and thus procure for Athens an undisputed sovereignty of tfte sea. Aristides, inwardly displeased at the...
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The ancient history of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians ..., Volume 2

Charles Rollin - Art - 1815
...having taken him aside, told him, that the design he had conceived was to burn the fleet belonging to the rest of the Grecian states which then lay in...Greece. Aristides hereupon returned to the assembly, ami only declared to them, that indeed nothing could be more advantageous to the commonwealth than...
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The Grecian History: From the Earliest State to the Death of Alexander the Great

Oliver Goldsmith - Greece - 1818 - 335 pages
...therefore, taking him aside, told him, that the design he had conceived was to burn the fleet belonging to the rest of the Grecian states, which then lay in a neighboring port} and thus procure Athens an undisputed sovereignty of the sea. Aristides, inwardly...
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The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthagininas, Assyrians ..., Volume 3

Charles Rollin - History, Ancient - 1820
...having taken him aside, told him, that the deisgn he had conceived was to burn the fleet belonging to the rest of the Grecian states, which then lay...Aristides hereupon returned to the assembly, and only dea Flut. in Thuaitt. p. t2 r, i23. In Arut. p. 332. clared to them, that indeed nothing could be more...
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The American Preceptor Improved:: Being a New Selection of Lessons for ...

Caleb Bingham - Readers - 1820 - 228 pages
...baving taken him aside, told him the design which he had conceived was to burn the fleet belonging to the rest of the Grecian states, which then lay in a neighbouring port; and by this mean Athens would certainly become mistress of all Greece. 6. Aristides hereupon returned to...
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Pinnock's improved edition of dr. Goldsmith's History of Greece, abridged ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1820
...purpose, and to him Themis'tocles privately signified his intention of burning the fleet belonging to the rest of the Grecian states, which" then lay in a neighbouring port, and thus rendering Athens the undisputed sove- . reign of the sea. Q. Aristi'des, shocked at so base a...
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