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" The necessitous man has neither hands, lips, or understanding, for his own or friend's use, but is in the same condition with the sick, with this difference only, that his is an infection no man will relieve, or assist, or... "
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 Guardian, المجلد 1

1747
...Poverty creates Difefteem, Scorn and Prejudice to all the Undertakings of the Indigent : The NecefTitous Man has neither Hands, Lips, or Underftanding, for...the Sick, with this Difference only, that his is an Infedtion no Man will relieve, or affift, or if he does, 'tis feldom with fo much Pity as Contempt,...

The Guardian, المجلد 1

1797
...hands, lips, or underftanding, for his own or friend's ufe, but is in the fame condition with the fick, with this difference only, that his is an infection no man will relieve, or affift, or if he does, it is feldom with fo much pity as contempt, and rather for the orientation of the phyfician, than companion...

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

sir Richard Steele - 1802
...hands, lips, or underftanding, for his own or friend's ufe, but is in the fame condition with the fick, with this difference only, that his is an infection no man will relieve or affift, or, if he does, it is feldom with fo much pity as contempt, and rather for the oftentation of the phyfician, than compaffion...

Select British Classics, المجلد 37

1803
...necessitous man has neither hands, lips, or understanding, for his own or friend's use; but is in the same condition with the sick, with this difference only, that his is an infection that no man will relieve, or assist; or it' he does, it is seldom with so much pity as contempt; and...

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

1796
...lips, nor underftanding, for hi» own 'or friend's life, but is in the fame condition with the fick, with this difference only, that his is an infection no man will relieve or affift ; or if he does, it is feldom with fo much pity as contempt, and rather for the oftentation of the pbryfician, than...

The British Essayists;: Guardian

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...necessitous man has neither hands, lips, or understanding, for his own or friend's use, but is in the same condition with the sick, with this difference only, that his is an infection no man will relieve, or assist, or if he does, it is seldom with so much pity as contempt, end rather for the ostentation of...

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

1810 - عدد الصفحات: 216
...man has neither hands, lips, nor understanding for his own, or his friend's use ; but is in the same condition with the sick, with this difference only, that his is an infection no man will relieve, or assist ; or if he does, 'tis seldom with as much pity as contempt, and rather for the ostentation of...

The Guardian: no.1-82, Mar. 12-June 15, 1713

Alexander Chalmers - 1822
...necessitous man has neither hands, lips, or understanding, for his own or friend's use, but is in the same condition with the sick, with this difference only, that his is an infection no man will relieve, or assist, or if he does, it is seldom with so much pity as contempt, and rather for the ostentation of...

The British Essayists: Guardian

Lionel Thomas Berguer - 1823
...necessitous man has neither hands, lips, or understanding, for his own or friend's use, but is in the same condition with the sick, with this difference only,...that his is an infection no 'man will relieve, or assist, or if he does, it is seldom with so much pity as contempt, and rather for the ostentation of...

The British Essayists: Guardian

James Ferguson - 1823
...nor understanding, for his own or friend's use, but is in the same condition with the sick,—with this difference only, that his is "an infection no man will relieve or assist, or, if he does, it is seldom with so much pity as contempt, and rather for the ostentation...




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