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" The middle condition seems to be the most advantageously situated for the gaining of wisdom. Poverty turns our thoughts too much upon the supplying of our wants, and riches upon enjoying our superfluities ; and, as Cowley has said in another case, " It... "
The Modern Preceptor Or a General Course of Education: Containing ... - الصفحة 107
بواسطة John Dougall - 1810 - عدد الصفحات: 580
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Institutes of English Grammar Methodically Arranged

Goold Brown - 1848 - عدد الصفحات: 311
...Greece. The Greeks, fearing to be surrounded, wheeled about and halted, with the river behind them. Poverty turns our thoughts too much upon the supplying of our wants ; and riches, upon the enjoying of owe superfluities. That brother should not war with brother, Aror one despise and grieve...

Analytical Grammar of the English Language, Embracing the Introductive and ...

Dyer Hook Sanborn - 1848
...betraying the trust reposed in him. He expressed the pleasure he had in hearing of the philosopher. The middle station of life seems to be the most advantageously situated for gaining of wisdom. LESSON CXXXVIII. EXAMPLES ADAPTED TO RULE XVI. 958. Whenever the sign to of the...

A system of English grammar

John White - 1850 - عدد الصفحات: 198
...taxes. The changing times and seasons, the removing and setting up kings, belong to Providence alone. The middle station of life seems to be the most advantageously situated for the gaining wisdom. RULE III. Neuter or Intransitive Verbs sometimes govern the Objective Case of Nouns of like...

The Institutes of English Grammar, Methodically Arranged: With Examples for ...

Goold Brown - 1851 - عدد الصفحات: 311
...Greece. The Greeks, fearing to be surrounded, wheeled about and halted, with the river behind them. Poverty turns our thoughts too much upon the supplying of our wants; and riches, upon the enjoying of out superfluities. That brother should not war with brother, Nor one despise and grieve...

The Spectator [by J. Addison and others] with sketches of the ..., المجلدات 9-10

Spectator The - 1853
...nevertheless, the poor man's wisdom is despised, and his words are not heard.' The middle condition seems to be the most advantageously situated for the...much upon the supplying of our wants and riches upon our enjoying superfluities; and as Cowley has said in another case, ' It is hard for a man to keep...

The Works of Joseph Addison: The Spectator

Joseph Addison - 1854
...discourse) flattened and tarnished by the public breath, ie frequent quotation. — H. The middle condition seems to be the most advantageously situated for the...wants, and riches upon enjoying our superfluities; and, as Cowley has said in another case, ' It is hard for a man to keep a steady eye upon truth, who...

The Works of Joseph Addison: The Spectator

Joseph Addison - 1854
...tarnished by the public breath, te frequent quotation. — IL 438 SPECTATOR. [No. 464. The middle condition seems to be the most advantageously situated for the...wants, and riches upon enjoying our superfluities ; and, as Cowley has said in another case, ' It is hard for a man to keep a steady eye upon truth,...

The Spectator: With a Biographical and Critical Preface, and Explanatory ...

1854
...nevertheless, the poor man's wisdom is despised, and his words are not heard." The middle condition seems to he the most advantageously situated for the gaining of...much upon the supplying of our wants, and riches upon our enjoying superfluities ; and, as Cowley has said in another case, " It is hard for a man to keep...

The Spectator

Joseph Addison - 1856
...discourse) flattened and tarnished by the public breath, te frequent quotation. — H. The middle condition seems to be the most advantageously situated for the...wants, and riches upon enjoying our superfluities ; and, as Cowley has said in another case, ' It is hard for a man to keep a steady eye upon truth,...

The institutes of English grammar

Goold Brown - 1856
...fearing to be surrounded on all sides, wheeled about and halted, with the river on their backs. — Id. Poverty turns our thoughts too much upon the supplying of our wants ; and riches, upon enjoying our superfluitiesr That brother should not war with brother, And worry and devour each other. — Cowper....




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