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" He is slighted in men's conversation, overlooked in their assemblies, and beaten at their doors. But from whence, alas, has he this treatment? from a creature that has only the supply of, but not an exemption from, the wants for which he despises him. "
The Christian Hero: An Argument Proving that No Principles But Those of ... - الصفحة 39
بواسطة Sir Richard Steele - 1755 - عدد الصفحات: 78
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The Lady's Magazine, Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ..., الجزء 1

1796
...is flighted in .men's converfations, overlooked in their aflemblics, and beaten at their .doors. __ But from whence, alas, has •he this treatment ? from a creature -that has only the fupply of, but net exemption from, the wants for which he defpifes him : for fuch is the unaccountable...

Harrison's British Classicks, المجلد 5

1785
...undertakes with irrefolution, and ails with difappointment: he is flighted in mens conrerfations, overlooked in their aflemblies, and beaten at their doors. But from whence, alas! has ht this treatment? from a creature that has only the fupply of, but not an exemption from, the wants,...

The Guardian, المجلد 1

1797
...undertakes with irrefolution, and a&s with difappointment. He is flighted in mens* converfation, overlooked in their aflemblies, and beaten at their doors. But...this treatment ? from a creature that has only the fupply of, but not an exemption from, the wants, for which he defpifes him. Yet fuch is the unaccountable...

The Christian hero [by sir R. Steele]. Steele

sir Richard Steele - 1802
...and acts with difappointment; he is flighted in men's converfations, overlooked in their affemblies, and beaten at their doors. But from whence, alas,...this treatment ? From a creature that has only the fupply of, but not an exemption from, the wants, for which he defpifes him: for fuch is the unaccountable...

Select British Classics, المجلد 37

1803
...and acts with disappointment: he is slighted in mens conversation, overlooked in their assemblies, and beaten at their doors. But from whence, alas,...of, but not an exemption from the wants for which he despises him. Yet such is the unaccountable insolence of man, that he will not see that he who is supported...

The Hive: Or, A Collection of Thoughts on Civil, Moral, Sentimental and ...

1803 - عدد الصفحات: 216
...acts with disappointment ; he is slighted in men's conversations, overlooked in their assemblies, &c. But from whence, alas ! has he this treatment ? From a creature that has only the support of, but not an exemption from the wants, for which he despises him ; for such is the unaccountable...

The General Assembly's Missionary Magazine: Or Evangelical ..., المجلد 2

1806
...disappointment: he is slighted in men's conversation, overlooked in their assemblies, and beaten at then- doors: but. from whence alas has he this treatment?...but not an exemption from the wants, for which he despises him: for such is the unaccountable insolence of man, that he will not see that he who is supported,...

The British Essayists;: Guardian

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...and acts with disappointment. He is slighted in men's conversation, overlooked in their assemblies, and beaten at their doors. But from whence, alas,...but not an exemption from, the wants, for which he despises him. Yet such it the unaccountable insolence of man, that he will not see that he who is supported,...

The British Essayists, المجلد 17

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...conversation, overlooked in their assemblies, and beaten at their doors. But from whence, alas, has be this treatment ? from a creature that has only the...but not an exemption from, the wants, for which he despises him. Yet such is the unaccountable insolence of man, that he will not see that he who is supported,...

The Lady's Magazine, Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ..., الجزء 2

1796
...with irrefohition, and acls with disappointment. - He is flighted in rnen's converfations, overlooked in their aflemblies, and beaten at their doors. But...whence, alas, has he this treatment? from a creature ths't has "inly the fupply of, but not exemption from, the wants for which he defpifes him : for fuch...




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