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" Yielding to immoral pleasure corrupts the mind, living to animal and trifling ones debases it: both in their degree disqualify it for its genuine good, and consign it over to wretchedness. Whoever would be really happy must make the diligent and regular... "
Spirit of the English Magazines - Página 289
1831
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Select British Classics, Volumen5

1803
...Yielding to immoral pleasure cor' rupts the mind, living to animal and trifling ones ' debases it ; both in their degree disqualify it for its < genuine good, and consign it over to wretchedness. ' Whoever would be really happy must make the < diligent and regular exercise of his superior powers...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

Samuel Johnson - 1806
...Yielding to immoral " pleasure corrupts the mind, living to animal and " trifling ones debases it ; both in their degree " disqualify it for its genuine good, and consign it " over to wretchedness. Whoever would be really " happy, must make the diligent and regular exer" cise of his superior powers...
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The Rambler, by S. Johnson, Volumen1

1806
...Yielding to immoral " pleasure corrupts the mind, living to animal and " trifting ones debases it ; both in their degree " disqualify it for its genuine good, and consign it " over to wretchedness. Whoever would be really " happy, must make the diligent and regular exer" cise of his superior powers...
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Memoirs of the Life of Mrs. Elizabeth Carter,: With a New Edition of Her ...

Montagu Pennington - 1807 - 643 páginas
...amusements. Yielding to immoral pleasures corrupts the mind ; living to animal and trifling ones, debases it; both, in their degree, disqualify it for its genuine good, and consign it over to wretchedness. Whoever would be really happy, must make the diligent and 'regular exercise of his superior powers...
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Memoirs of the life of mrs. Elizabeth Carter, with a new edition ..., Volumen2

Montagu Pennington - 1808
...amusements. Yielding to immoral pleasures corrupts the mind; living to animal and trifling ones, debases it; both, in their degree, disqualify it for its genuine good, and consign it over to wretchedness. Whoever would be really happy, must make the diligent and regular exercise of his superior powers his...
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The British Essayists;: Rambler

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...Yielding to immoral pleasure " corrupts the mind, living to animal and trifling " ones debases it ; both in their degree disqualify it " for its genuine good, and consign it over to wretch" edness. Whoever would be really happy must " make the diligent and regular exercise of his...
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The Rambler, Volumen1

Samuel Johnson - 1809
...amusements. Yielding to immoral pleasure corrupts the mind, living to animal and trifling ones debases it ; both in their degree disqualify it for its genuine good, and consign it over to wretchedness. Whoever would be really happy, must make the diligent and regular exercise of his superior powers his...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: With An Essay on His Life and ..., Volumen4

Samuel Johnson - 1810
...amusements. Yielding to immoral plea** sure corrupts the mind, living to animal trifling " ones debases it; both in their degree disqualify " it for its genuine good, and consign it over to " wretchedness. Whoever would be really happy, " must make the diligent and regular exercise of his " superiour powers...
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The Rambler [by S. Johnson and others]. [Another]

1810
...amusements. Yielding to immoral plea" sure corrupts the mind, living to animal trifling " ones debases it; both in their degree disqualify " it for its genuine good, and consign it over to " wretchedness. Whoever would be really happy, " must make the diligent and regular exercise of his " superiour powers...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, L. L. D.: In Twelve Volumes, Volumen4

Samuel Johnson - 1811
...amusements. Yielding to immoral pleasure corrupts the mind, living to animal trifling ones debases it ; both in their degree disqualify it for its genuine good, and consign it over to wretchedness. Whoever would be really happy, must make the diligent and regular exercise of his superior powers his...
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