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“Thus the prince, both when present and when coming, was alike victorius: and these things he achieved just starting up from amidst his books; or rather, in marching against the adversary, he marched with his books, for he had always in his hands either books or arms, believing that war was wonderfully assisted by philosophy, and that a prince competent to give counsel threw more weight into the scale than a fighting one.” — The Delphian Society, 1913


The Delphian Society The World's Progress, Part III (Hammond, IN: W. B. Conkey Company, 1913)


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