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" In the first place, true honour, though it be a different principle from religion, is that which produces the same effects. The lines of action, though drawn from different parts, terminate in the same point. Religion embraces virtue as it is enjoined... "
The Gentleman's Library: Containing Rules for Conduct in All Parts of Life ... - Side 134
af Gentleman - 1744 - 440 sider
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The Guardian, Bind 2

Sir Richard Steele, Joseph Addison - 1714 - 347 sider
...thofc who treat it ts Chimerical, and turn it into Ridicule. IN the firft place, true Honour, tho' it be a different ' Principle from Religion, is that which produces the fams Efifefts. The L'^es of Aftion. tho' drawn from different Parts, terminate in th? fame Point. Religion...
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The Guardian, Bind 1

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1734 - 358 sider
...thirdly, with regard ta thofe who treat it as Chimerical, and turn it into Ridicule. 1 N the firft place, true Honour, though it be a ' different Principle from Religion, is that which produces the fame Effecls. The Lines of Aftioa, though drawn from different Parts, terminate in the fame Point. Religion...
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Leisure Hours Employed for the Benefit of Those who Would Wish to Begin the ...

Leisure hours - 1759 - 129 sider
...naturally noble, ble, or in fuch as have been cultivated by great examples, or a refined education. CXIII. True honour, though it be a different principle from...religion, is that which produces the fame effects. The religious man fears, the man of honour fcorns, to do an ill action. The one confiders vice as fomething...
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The Speaker: Or, Miscellaneous Pieces, Selected from the Best English ...

William Enfield - 1785 - 405 sider
...with regard to thofe who treat it as chimerical, and turn it into ridicule. . . IN the firft place true honour, though it be a different principle from religion, is that which produces the fame effefts. The lines of aftion, though drawn from different parts, terminate in the fame point. Religion...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Bind 5

1785
...thirdly, with regard fo thofe who treat it as chimerical, and turn it into ridicule. In the firlt place, true honour, though it be a different principle from religion, is that which produces the fame efteils. The lines of a£Vion, though drawn from different paits, terminate in the fame point. Religion...
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Lessons in Elocution, Or, A Selection of Pieces in Prose and Verse: For the ...

William Scott - 1789 - 398 sider
...charity : the one is full of ftrife and bitter envying ; the other, of 'nercy and good fruits. Btair, 13. True honour, though it be a different principle from religion, is that which produces the fame effefts. The lines of action, though drawn from dicerent parts, terminate in the fame point. Religion...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose, Selected ...

Vicesimus Knox - 1790 - 1019 sider
...with regard to thofe who treat it as chiaie* rica!, and turn it into ridicule. In the fir ¡I place, true honour, though it be a different principle from religion, is that which produces the fame eft-eels. The lines of action, though drawn from different parts, terminate in the fame peint. Religion...
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The devout monitor: or Remonstrances and sermons, upon various subjects ...

Devout monitor - 1795
...refpecl to thofe who treat it as chimerical, and turn it into ridicule. In the firft place, the text, though it be a different principle from religion, is that which produces the fame effect. The lines, tho' drawn from different parts, terminate in the fame point. Religion embraces...
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The Guardian, Bind 2

1797
...with regard to thofe who treat it as chU merical n, and turn it into ridicule. In the firft place, true honour, though it be a different principle from...the fame point. Religion embraces virtue, as it is enjoined by the laws of God ; honour, as it is graceful to human nature. The religious man fears, the...
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The Beauties of the Spectators, Tatlers, and Guardians: Connected ..., Bind 2

Joseph Addison - 1801
...thirdly, with regard to thofe who treat it as chimerical, and turn it into ridicule. In the firft place, true honour, though it be a different principle from...that which produces the fame effects. The lines of adtion, though , drawn from different parts, terminate in the fame point. Religion embraces virtue,...
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