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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, with Notes, and General Indexes: Complete in One Volume

Sir Richard Steele - 1837 - 244 sider
...plací!, true honour, though it be i 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,» it is enjoined by the laws of God ; honour, as it is graceful...
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Rudiments of English composition. [With] Key

Alexander Reid - 1843
...honour and religion. True honour, though it is a different principle from religion, 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 by the laws of God; honour, as it is graceful...
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The English Language in Its Elements and Forms: With a History of Its Origin ...

William Chauncey Fowler - 1851 - 659 sider
...sentiments, a contrast by which each of the contrasted things is rendered more striking. 1. True Honor, 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....
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The Works of Joseph Addison: Including the Whole Contents of Bp ..., Bind 3

Joseph Addison - 1853
...thirdly, with regard to those who treat it as chimerical, and turn it into ridicule. 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....
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.. The Tatler. The Guardian

Joseph Addison - 1856
...thirdly, with regard to those who treat it as chimerical, and turn it into ridicule. 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....
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The English language, in its elements and forms

William Chauncy Fowler - 1857 - 504 sider
...words and sentiments, a contrast by which each of the contrasted things is rendered more striking. 1. "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....
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THE WORKS OF JOSEPH ADDISON VOL. III

1864
...thirdly, with regard to those who treat it as chimerical, and turn it into ridicule. 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....
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THE WORKS OF JOSEPH ADDISON

GEORGE WASHINGTON GREENE - 1870
...thirdly, with regard to those who treat it as chimerical, and turn it into ridicule, 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....
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Introductory Text-book of English Composition, Based on Grammatical Synthesis

Walter Scott Dalgleish - 1872 - 144 sider
...9. Remark upon the melody of the passage. Exercise 3. ADDISON. (1672-1719.) (1) "In the first place, true honour, though it be a different principle from religion, is that which produces the same effects. (3) in the same point. Religion embraces virtue, as it is enjoined by the laws of God;...
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Rudiments of English composition. [With] Key. Adapted to the improved ed

Alexander Reid - 1872
...honour and religion. True honour, though it is a different principle from religion, 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 by the laws of God; honour, as it is graceful...
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