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" No vicious dispositions of the mind more obstinately resist both the counsels of philosophy and the injunctions of religion, than those which are complicated with an opinion of dignity ; and which we cannot dismiss without leaving in the hands of opposition... "
The British Poets: Including Translations ... - Strana 60
podľa British poets - 1822
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The Rambler

Samuel Johnson - 1792 - Počet stránok 463
...COULD NOT WISH TO SEE MIS VILE ACCUSER DRINK AS REEF AS Hit K*AI.TED SOCRATES! DIVINELY BRAVE! INJUR'n HE FELL, AND DYING HE FORGAVE, TOO NOBLE FOR REVENGE; WHICH STILL \VE FIND THE WEAKEST FRAILTY OF A FEEBLE MIND. DEYDZN. NO vicious difpofitions of the mind more obftinately...
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The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers, Zväzok 22

British essayists - 1802
...could not wish to see His vile accuser drink as deep as he: Exalted Socrates! divinely brave! Injur'd he fell, and dying he forgave, Too noble for revenge; which still we find The weakest frailty of a feeblem hid. DRYDEN. No vicious dispositions of the mind more obstinately resist both the counsels...
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Select British Classics, Zväzok 8

1803
...not \vibh to s«e His vile accuser drink as deep as he : Exaked Socrates ! divinely brave! Injur'd he fell, and dying he forgave, Too noble for revenge...still we find The weakest frailty of a feeble mind. NO vicious dispositions of the mind more obstinately resist both the counsels of philosophy and the...
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The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers, Zväzok 16

British essayists - 1802
...FRIDAY, APRILS, 1713. i Mimtl Semper tt ittfrmi at anlnu exirviaut volaftat Vita " JUV. Sit xiii. 189. Revenge, which still we find The weakest frailty of a feeble mind. CREECH. ALL gallantry and fashion, one would imagine, should rise out of the religion and laws of that...
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The works of Samuel Johnson, Zväzok 6

Samuel Johnson - 1806
...drink as deep as he; Exalted Socrates! divinely brave! Injur'd he fell, and dying he forgave, 'J'oo noble for revenge; which still we find The weakest frailty of a feeble mind. DRTDEN. No vicious dispositions of the mind more obstinately resist both the counsels of philosophy...
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The British Essayists, Zväzok 22

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...could not wish to see His vile accuser drink as deep as he : Exalted .^aerates! divinely brave! Injur'd he fell, and dying he forgave, Too noble for revenge;...still we find The weakest frailty of a feeble mind. DXTOIH. No vicious dispositions of the mind more obstinately resist both the counsels of philosophy...
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The British Essayists;: Rambler

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...could not wish to see His vile accuser drink as deep as he : Exalted Soerates! divinely brave! Injur'd he fell, and dying he forgave, Too noble for revenge; which still we find The weakest fraiity of a feeble mind. DRTDIN. No vicious dispositions of the mind more obstinately resist both...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, L. L. D.: In Twelve Volumes, Zväzok 6

Samuel Johnson - 1811
...not wish to see His vile accuser drink as deep as he ; Exalted Soci-ates ! divinely brave ! Injur'd he fell, and dying he forgave, Too noble for revenge...still we find The weakest frailty of a feeble mind. DBYDEN. N< O vicious dispositions of the mind more obstinately resist both the counsels of philosophy...
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The Rambler, Zväzok 4

Samuel Johnson, Elizabeth Carter, Samuel Richardson, Catherine Talbot - 1809
...not wish to see His vile accuser drink as defe'* as he : Exalted Socrates ! divinely brave f Inlur'd he fell) and dying he forgave, Too noble for revenge ; which still we find . i The weakest frailty of a feeble mind. , i DRYDEN. No vicious dispositions of the mind more obstinately...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: With An Essay on His Life and ..., Zväzok 6

Samuel Johnson - 1810
...could not wish to see His vile atcuser drink as deep as he: Exalted Socrates! divinely brave! .Jnjur'd he fell, and dying he forgave, Too noble for revenge...still we find The weakest frailty of a feeble mind. DRYDSX. O vitious dispositions of the mind more obstinately resist both the counsels of philosophy...
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