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" Means her provision only to the good, That live according to her sober laws, And holy dictate of spare temperance... "
Thoughts on man, his nature, productions and discoveries; interspersed with ... - Página 336
por William Godwin - 1831
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Happy evenings; or, The literary institution at home

Clara Lucas Balfour - 1851 - 336 páginas
...think to charm my judgment, as mine eyes, Obtruding false rules, prankt in reason's garb. T hate when vice can bolt her arguments, And virtue has no tongue to check her pride. • • » • • Enjoy your dear wit, and gay rhctorick, * (Of the earth)— implied. That hath so...
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John Milton: A Biography, Especially Designed to Exhibit the Ecclesiastical ...

Cyrus R. Edmonds - 1851 - 251 páginas
...think to charm my judgment, as mine eyes, Obtruding false rules prankt in reason's gavb. I hate when vice can bolt her arguments, And virtue has no tongue to check her pride. Impostor ! ..do.jnot L charge, .most innocent nature . ifshe would her children should be riotous With...
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The Irish Quarterly Review, Volumen5,Parte1

1855
...the ' false enchanter,' looking that divine reproof which in the poem she speaki, — • I hate when vice can bolt her arguments, And virtue has no tongue to check her pride' — is a subject perfectly fitted for sculpture, and never, so far as I know, executed. It would be...
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John Milton: the Patriot and Poet

Edwin Paxton Hood - 1852 - 235 páginas
...think to charm my judgment, as mine eyes Obtruding false rule's prank' d in Reason's garb. I hate when Vice can bolt her arguments, And Virtue has no tongue to check her pride. Impostor, do not charge most innocent Nature As if she would her children should be riotous t " Hutcht,"...
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The book of celebrated poems

Book - 1854
...think to charm my judgment, as mine eyes, Obtruding false rules prank'd in reason's garb. I hate when vice can bolt her arguments, And virtue has no tongue to check her pride. Impostor! do not charge most innocent nature, As if she would her children should be riotous With her...
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The complete poetical works of John Milton, with life

John Milton - 1855 - 491 páginas
...think to charm my judgment, as mine eyes, Obtruding false rules pranked in reason's garb. I hate when vice can bolt her arguments, And virtue has no tongue to check her pride. Impostor ! do not charge most innocent Nature, As if she would her children should be riotous With...
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Lectures on the History of the French Revolution, Volumen2

William Smyth - 1855
...its turn, by taking for granted whatever is necessary to constitute its justification. " I bate, when Vice can bolt her arguments, And Virtue has no tongue to check her pride. And among other afflicting circumstances to which the human race Is exposed, it is not the least (it...
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Selections from the Irish Quarterly Review: 2d ser. ...

1857
...the ' false enchanter,' looking that divine reproof which in the poem she speaki, — ' I hate when vice can bolt her arguments. And virtue has no tongue to check her pride' — is a subject perfectly fitted for sculpture, and never, so far as I know, executed. It would be...
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Julian Home; a tale of college life

Frederic William Farrar - 1860
...producing any effect on Lord De Vayne, he regarded it with a silent pity. "I hate," thought he, "when Vice can bolt her arguments, and Virtue has no tongue to check her pride." The annoying impertinence, so frequent in discussion which leads a man to speak as though, from the vantage-ground...
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Julian Home: a tale of college life

Frederic William Farrar - 1860 - 447 páginas
...producing any effect on Lord de Vayne, he regarded it with a silent pity. "I hate," thought he, "when Vice can bolt her arguments, and Virtue has no tongue to check «i her pride." The annoying impertinence, so frequent in argument, which leads a man to speak as though,...
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