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The popular educator - Page 299
by Popular educator - 1767
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The Reader's Guide: Containing a Notice of the Elementary Sounds in the ...

John Hall - Elocution - 1845 - 320 pages
...meaning is, that Newton was one of the best of philosophers, and one of the wisest philosophers. Again : Some place the bliss in action', some in ease : Thos*e call it pleasure, and contentment thesev. A pause will be noticed after some in the first line, and after contentment in the second....
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The American Speaker: Containing Numerous Rules, Observations, and Exercises ...

John Frost - Elocution - 1845 - 448 pages
...extent, are not so gross as those of sense, nor so refined as those of the understanding. 2. Someplace the bliss in action, some in ease : Those call it pleasure, and contentment these. RULE XV. — When prepositions are placed in opposition to each other, and all of them are intimately...
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Aids to English Composition

English language - 1845 - 429 pages
...with a hatchet Matthias with a battle-axe Simon with a saw and Jude with a club. ' Some place their bliss in action some in ease Those call it pleasure and contentment these. Most of our pleasures may he regarded as imaginary but our disquietudes may be considered as real....
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Town's Fourth Reader: Containing a Selection of Lessons, Exclusively from ...

Salem Town - American literature - 1845 - 288 pages
...Industry is the guardian of innocence. Prosperity gains friends; adversity tries them. Some place true bliss in action, some in ease', Those call it pleasure, and contentment these. NOTE.. Rhetorical pauses are known hy the emphatic words. The stress of voice-and length of pause must...
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Town's Fourth Reader: Containing a Selection of Lessons, Exclusively from ...

Salem Town - American literature - 1845 - 288 pages
...Industry is the guardian of innocence. Prosperity gains friends; adversity tries them. Some place true bliss in action, some in ease, Those call it pleasure, and contentment these. NOTE. Rhetorical pauses are known by the emphatic words. The stress of voice and length of pause must...
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Forward: A Series of Essays on Metaphysical Subjects

Aristos Philadelphus - Metaphysics - 1880 - 239 pages
...grows, where grows it not ! If vain our toil, We ought to blame the culture, not the soil : Some placeth bliss in action, some in ease, Those call it pleasure, and contentment these. Obvious her goods, in no extremes they dwell ; There needs but thinking right and meaning well. A....
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American Journal of Numismatics, and Bulletin of American ..., Volumes 15-16

Numismatics - 1881
...Ask of the learned the way ? the learned are blind ; This bids to serve and that to shun mankind ; Some place the bliss in action, some in ease, Those call it pleasure, and contentment these ; Some, sunk to beasts, find pleasure end in pain : Some, swelled to gods, confess e'en virtue vain...
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Pope: Essay on Man

Alexander Pope - English poetry - 1881 - 122 pages
...Ask of the learn'd the way ? The learn'd are blind ; This bids to serve, and that to shun mankind; 20 Some place the bliss in action, some in ease, Those call it pleasure, and contentment these; Some sunk to beasts, find pleasure end in pain ; Some swell'd to gods, confess ev'n virtue vain ; Or...
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The English Essayists: A Comprehensive Selection from the Works of the Great ...

English essays - 1881 - 536 pages
...Ask of the learned the way ? The learned are blind ; This bids to serve, and that to shun mankind ; tice of the Church. The causes of superstition are : pleasing and sensual rites and ceremon ; Some sunk to beasts, find pleasure end in pain ; Some swelled to gods, confess even virtue vain !...
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Poetic treasures: or, Passages from the poets, chronologically arranged, by ...

Passages - 1881
...Ask of the learned the way ! the laarned are blind • This bids to serve, and that to shun mankind : Some place the bliss in action, some in ease, Those call it Pleasure, and Contentment these : Some, sunk to beasts, find pleasure end in pain : Some, swell'd to gods, confess e'en Virtue vain...
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