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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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Questions and exercises adapted to Hiley's English grammar, style, and poetry

Richard Hiley - 1867
...for it. Nothing could have made her so unhappy, as the marrying a man who possessed such principles. The middle station of life seems to be the most advantageously...Poverty turns our thoughts too much upon the supplying our wants ; and riches upon the enjoying our superfluities. 412. Pliny, speaking of Cato, the censor,...

THE WORKS OF JOSEPH ADDISON

1870
...words are not heard,' The middle condition seems to be the most advantageously situated for the gaming of wisdom. Poverty turns our thoughts too much upon...supplying of our wants, and riches upon enjoying our super flui ties ; and, as Cowley has said in another case, * It is hard for a man to keep a steady...

The Normal Grammar, Analytic and Synthetic: Illustrated by Diagrams

Stephen Watkins Clark - 1870 - عدد الصفحات: 334
...mischief can not be regarded as robbing him." 3. The Object of a Preposition. 7. " IN the beginning," 8. " Poverty turns our thoughts too much UPON the supplying of our wants: Riches upon ENJOYING our superfluities." — Addition. 9. " Taking a madman's sword to prevent his...

A school manual of English grammar. By W. Smith and T.D. Hall. [With] Key

sir William Smith - 1873
...them, and being followed by the Preposition of. This is the case in the following examples : — " The middle station of life seems to be the most advantageously situated for the gaining [Noun] of wisdom. Poverty turns our thoughts too much upon the supplying [Noun] of our wants, and riches...

Hart's English Grammar: A Grammar of the English Language

John Seely Hart - 1873
...communications corrupts good manners. 92. Hanni bal was one of the greatest generals whom the world ever saw 93. The middle station of life seems to be the most advantageously situated for gaining of wisdom. 94. These are the rules of grammar, by the observing which you may avoid mistakes....

Practical rules of English syntax

English syntax - 1873
...beginnings." SENTENCES TO BE CORRECTED. The advising or the attempting such disturbances is unlawful. The middle station of life seems to be the most advantageously situated for gaining of wisdom. Poverty turns our thoughts too ranch upon the supplying our wants, and riches upon...

English Grammar Exercises

Richard Morris, Herbert Courthope Bowen - 1878 - عدد الصفحات: 107
...gray-eyed morn smiles on the frowning night, Checkering the eastern clouds with streaks of light. 50. The middle station of life seems to be the most advantageously...wants, and riches upon enjoying our superfluities. 51. And happy is the man whom he vouchsafes, For vailing of his bonnet, one good look. 52. Look where...

Englische synonymik: Grössere ausg. für lehrer und studierende

Clemens Klöpper - 1881 - عدد الصفحات: 468
...became fatal to the emperor (Arbuthnot). Napoleon has done much that was advantageous to the French. The middle station of life seems to be the most advantageously situated for the gaining of wisdom. Exercise is conducive to health. An action, however conducive to the good of our country, will be represented...

The Works of Joseph Addison: Including the Whole Contents of Bp ..., المجلد 6

Joseph Addison - 1883
...and tar lished by the public breath, ». e. freq 'lent quotation. — H. The middle condition seetns to be the most advantageously situated for the gaining...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 Spectator: Selected Papers

Spectator, Sir Richard Steele - 1876 - عدد الصفحات: 276
...2l8 BRITISH ESS A YISTS. man's wisdom is despised, and his words are not heard.' 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,...




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