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" Indefinite resolutions of abstemiousness are apt to yield to extraordinary occasions; and extraordinary occasions to occur perpetually. Whereas, the stricter the rule is, the more tenacious we grow of it; and many a man will abstain rather than break... "
The Temperance Reformation of this XIXth Century: The Fulfilment of Divine ... - الصفحة 2
بواسطة Lebbeus Armstrong - 1845 - عدد الصفحات: 16
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Intemperance in Cities and Large Towns: Showing Its Physical, Social and ...

Robert Milham Hartley - 1851 - عدد الصفحات: 209
...more tenacious we grow of it, and many a man will abstain rather than break his rule, who could not be brought to exercise the same mortification from higher motives ; not to mention, when our rule is once known, we are provided with an answer for every importunity."* The pledge, moreover,...

The Moral Philosophy of Paley

Alexander Bain - 1852
...apt to yield to extraordinary occasions; and extraordinary occasions to occur perpetually. Whereas the stricter the rule is, the more tenacious we grow...when our rule is once known, we are provided with an answer to every importunity. There is a difference, no doubt, between convivial intemperance and...

The Temperance Reformation: Its History, from the Organization of the First ...

Lebbeus Armstrong - 1853 - عدد الصفحات: 465
...them. They may be exclaimed against as stiff, but they are often salutary. The stricter the rule 's, the more tenacious we grow of it ; and many a man...when our rule is once known, we are provided with an answer to every importunity." — PAIEY'B ELEM. MOE. AN» POL. PHILOSOPHY, p. 816. ART. I. This...

Bacchus: An Essay on the Nature, Causes, Effects, and Cure for Intemperance

Ralph Barnes Grindrod - 1855 - عدد الصفحات: 512
...apt to yield to extraordinary occasions ; and extraordinary occasions to occur perpetually. Whereas, the stricter the rule is, the more tenacious we grow...when our rule is once known, we are provided with an answer U every importunity. — Patty's Moral PMlotopny, Book iv. chap ii. Itnct or love. In reference...

The Ipswich series of temperance tracts, المجلد 1

Ipswich series - 1856
...tenacious we grow of it, and many a man will abstain rather than break through it, who would not easily ba brought to exercise the same mortification from ^higher...when our rule is once known, we are provided with an answer to every importunity." The well known sentiment of Dr. Johnson leads to the same conclusion,...

The Band of Hope Record, المجلدات 1-2

1862
...perpetually. Whereas, the stricter the rule is, the more tenacious we grow of it ; and many a man will abttain rather than break his rule, who would not easily be...when our rule is once known, we are provided with an answer to every importunity." — Moral Philosophy. 7. An Objection answered. WHY NOT FORM A SOCIETY...

Sermons and pamphlets

Thomas Todd - 1870
...abstemiousness are apt to yield to extraordinary occasions, and extraordinary occasions occur perpetually. Many a man will abstain rather than break his rule,...when our rule is once known, we are provided with an answer to every importunity." But then it must be remembered, that this can be done by the individual...

Christendom and the Drink Curse: An Appeal to the Christian World for ...

Dawson Burns - 1875 - عدد الصفحات: 332
...to yield to extraordinary q^Jd occasions, and extraordinary occasions to occur perpetually; whereas the stricter the rule is, the more tenacious we grow...that when our rule is once known we are provided with an answer to every importunity. " — Moral Philosophy, Book iv, ; Chapter 2, " Drunkenness," Why do...

The Cyclopædia of Temperance and Prohibition: A Reference Book of Facts ...

Walter W. Spooner - 1891 - عدد الصفحات: 671
...of sympathetic union." Paley, in his " Moral Philosophy," says: "Many a man will abstain rather then break his rule who would not easily be brought to...exercise the same mortification from higher motives." True it is that a great many taking the pledge in consequence of momentary sentimental impulse, or...

Medical Communications, المجلد 4

Massachusetts Medical Society - 1829
...a man will abstain rather than break his rule, who would not easily be brought to exercise the name mortification from higher motives. Not to mention, that when our rule is once known, we arc provided with an answer to every importunity. minds less accustomed to a sage foresight, are at...




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