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" ... as they are necessary; yet they rejoice in them, and with due gratitude acknowledge the tenderness of the great Author of nature, who has planted in us appetites, by which those things that are necessary for our preservation are likewise made pleasant... "
Sir Thomas More; a selection from his works, as well in prose as in verse ... - Страница 97
по Saint THOMAS More (Lord High Chancellor of England) - 1841 - 364 страници
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Utopia: or, The happy republic, tr. by G. Burnet

Thomas More (st.) - 1743
...as they are necefTary- Yet they rejoyce in them, and with due Gratitude acknowledge the Tendernefs of the Great Author of Nature, who has planted in us Appetites, by which thofe Things that are neceflary for our Prefervation, are likewife made pleafant to us. For how miferable...

Memoirs of the Life of Sir Thomas More: Lord High Chancellor of England, in ...

Ferdinando Warner - 1758 - 230 страници
...as they are neceflary ; yet they rejoice in them, and with due gratitude acknowledge the tendernefs of the great author of nature, who has planted in us appetites, by which thofe things that are neceflary for our prefervation, are like wife made pleafant to us, For how miferable...

The Journal of Health, Том 1

1830
...and both expire together. They think, therefore, that none of those pleasures are to be valued, any further than as they are necessary; yet they rejoice...to us. For how miserable a thing would life be, if those daily diseases of hunger and thirst, were to be carried off by such bitter drugs as we must use...

The Library of the Old English Prose Writers ...

1834
...it, and both expire together. They think, therefore., none of those pleasures are to be valued any further than as they are necessary ; yet they rejoice...to us. For how miserable a thing would life be, if those daily diseases of hunger and thirst were to be carried off by such bitter drugs as we must use...

Utopia: And History of King Richard III

Saint Thomas More - 1834 - 320 страници
...extinguishes it, and both expire together. They think, therefore, none of those pleasures are to be valued any further than as they are necessary ; yet they rejoice...to us. For how miserable a thing would life be, if those daily diseases of hunger and thirst were to be carried off by such bitter drugs as we must use...

Utopia: or, The happy republic. To which is added, The new Atlantis, by lord ...

1845
...extinguishes it, and that goes off with it; so that they think none of those pleasures are to be valued, but as they are necessary. Yet they rejoice in them, and...to us. For how miserable a thing would life be, if those daily diseases of hunger and thirst were to be carried off by such bitter drugs, as we must use...

Utopia: Or the Happy Republic. A Philosophical Romance

Saint Thomas More - 1845 - 271 страници
...extinguishes it, and that goes oft" with it ; so that they think none of those pleasures are to be valued, but as they are necessary. Yet they rejoice in them, and...to us. For how miserable a thing would life be, if those daily diseases of hunger and thirst were to be carried off by such bitter drugs, as we must use...

Class Book of Prose: Consisting of Selections from Distinguished English and ...

John Seely Hart - 1845 - 372 страници
...extinguishes it, and that goes off with it ; so that they think none of those pleasures are to be valued, but as they are necessary. Yet they rejoice in them, and...has planted in us appetites, by which those things which are necessary for our preservation are likewise made pleasant to us. For how miserable a thing...

Cyclopaedia of English Literature: A Selection of the Choicest Productions ...

Robert Chambers - 1847
...extinguishes it, and that goes off with it ; so that they think none of those pleasures are to be valued, but ishment i those daily diseases of hunger and thirst were to be carried oft' by such bitter drug«, as we must...

Cyclopædia of English Literature: A Selection of the Choicest Productions ...

Robert Chambers - 1847
...with it ; so that they think none of those pleasures are to be valued, but as they are necessary. Vet are those crisped, snaky, golden locks, Which make such wanton pambols those daily diseases of hunger and thirst were to be carried off by such bitter drugs, as we must use...




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