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" This purifying of wit, this enriching of memory, enabling of judgment, and enlarging of conceit, which commonly we call learning, under what name soever it come forth, or to what immediate end soever it be directed, the final end is to lead and draw us... "
Aphorisms of Sir Philip Sidney: With Remarks - Página 5
por Sir Philip Sidney, Jane Porter - 1807
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The works of the Honourable Sr. Philip Sidney, kt. in prose and verse: In ...

Sir Philip Sidney, Richard Bellings - 1724
...more favourable fentence. This pu^ ritying of wit, this inriching of memory, enabling of iudgment, and enlarging of conceit, which commonly we call learning, under what name foever it come forth, Or to what immediate end foever it be directed, the final end is, To lead and...
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Sir Philip Sydney's Defense of poetry: And observations on poetry and ...

Sir Philip Sidney, Ben Jonson - 1787 - 144 páginas
...fhall receive a more favourable fentence. This'" purifying of wit, this inriching of memory, en' abling of judgment, and enlarging of conceit, which commonly we call learning, under what . name foever it come forth, or to what immediate end foever it be directed ; J^^final end is, To lead and...
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The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1816
...sentence. This purifying of wit, this enriching of memory, enabling of judgement, and enlarging of conceits which commonly we call ' learning,' under what name...directed; the final end is, to lead and draw us to as high a perfection as our degenerate souls made worse by their claylodgings can be capable of: this, according...
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The British Plutarch: Containing the Lives of the Most Eminent ..., Volumen2

Francis Wrangham - 1816
...sentence. This purifying of wit, this enriching of memory, enabling of judgement, and enlarging of conceits which commonly we call ' learning,' under what name...directed; the final end is, to lead and draw us to as high a perfection as our degenerate souls made worse by their claylodgings can be capable of: this, according...
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Laconics; or, The best words of the best authors [ed. by J. Timbs]. 1st Amer. ed

Laconics - 1829
...receives it not for his own need, but to reflect the heat to other's good—Sir T. Overbury. xxxrv. This purifying of wit, this enriching of memory, enabling...commonly we call learning; under what name soever it be directed, the final end is, to lead and draw us to as high perfection as our degenerate souls (made...
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Laconics: Or, The Best Words of the Best Authors, Volumen3

John Timbs - 1829
...in drinking than he would be by the practice of any particular virtue. — Clarendon. XXXIII. XXXIV. This purifying of wit, this enriching of memory, enabling...commonly we call learning; under what name soever it be directed, the final end is, to lead and draw us to as high perfection as our degenerate souls (made...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Volumen8

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...should enabled be thy acts to sing. Spenser. This purifying of wit, this enriching of memory rwMituj of judgment, and enlarging of conceit, which commonly we call learning; under what name soever it be directed, the final end is, to lead and draw us to as high perfection as our degenerate souls (made...
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Southern Review, Volumen5

1830
...neither of these anatomies he be commendable, I hope we. shall receive a more favourable sentence.. This .purifying of wit, this enriching of memory,...conceit, which commonly we call learning, under what uamr soever it come ford!, or to what immediate end soever it be directed ; the final end is, .to lead...
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The Southern Review, Volumen5

1830
...neither of these anatomies he be commendable, I -hope we shall receive a more favourable sentence. This purifying of wit, this enriching of memory, enabling of judgment, and enlarging of conceit, which commonlv we call learning, under what name soever it come forth, or to what immediate end soever it...
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The Library of the Old English Prose Writers ...: Sir Philip Sidney's ...

1831
...in neither of these anatomies he be commendable, I hope we shall receive a more favorable sentence. This purifying of wit, this enriching of memory, enabling...; the final end is, to lead and draw us to as high a perfection as our degenerate souls, made worse by their clay lodgings, can be capable of. This, according...
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