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" And now could the author flatter himself, that any one would take half the pleasure in reading the following exposition, which he hath taken in writing it, he would not fear the loss, of his labour. The employment detached him from the bustle and hurry... "
The New Monthly Magazine and Universal Register - Page 477
1814
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The Works of Robt: Leighton ...

Robert Leighton - Theology - 1808 - 354 pages
...himself, that any ,one would have half the pleasure in reading the following exposition, which he hath had in writing it, he would not fear the loss of his labour. Tlie employment detached him from the bustle and hurry of life, the din of politics, and the noise...
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The English Reader: Or, Pieces in Prose and Poetry, Selected from the Best ...

Lindley Murray - Readers - 1810 - 262 pages
...author flatter himself, that anyone would take half the pleasure in reading his work, which he has taken in writing it, he would not fear the loss of...politics, and the noise of folly. Vanity and vexation flew away for a season ; cace and disquietude came not near his dwelling. He arose, fresh as the morning,...
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The Arts and Sciences Abridged: With a Selection of Pieces, from Celebrated ...

Charles Peirce - Textbooks - 1811 - 268 pages
...Author flatter himself, -that any one would take half the pleasure in reading his work which he has taken in writing it, he would not fear the loss of his labor. The employment detached him from the bustle and hurry of life, the din of politics, and the...
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Elegant extracts: a copious selection of passages from the most ..., Volume 1

Elegant extracts - 1812 - 312 pages
...author flatter himself that any one would take half the pleasure in reading his work which he hath taken in writing it, he would not fear the loss of...and the noise of folly ; vanity and vexation flew away for a season; care and disquietude came not near his dwelling. He rose, fresh as the morning,...
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A Selection from Bishop Horne's Commentary on the Psalms

George Horne, Lindley Murray - Bible - 1812 - 248 pages
...himself, that any one would take half the pleasure in reading the following exposition, which he has taken in writing it, he would not fear the loss of...politics, and the noise of folly: vanity and vexation flew away for a season, care and disquietude came not near his dwelling. He arose, fresh as the morning...
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The English Reader, Or, Pieces in Prose and Poetry: Selected from the Best ...

Lindley Murray - Readers - 1812 - 378 pages
...author flatter himself, that any one would take half the pleasure in reading his work, which he lias taken in writing it, he would not fear the loss of...politics, and the noise of folly. Vanity and vexation flew away for a, season; care and disquietude came not near his dwelling. He arose, fresh as the morning,...
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The General Biographical Dictionary:: Containing an Historical and Critical ...

Biography - 1814 - 540 pages
...himself that any one would have half the pleasure in reading the following exposition, which he hath had in writing it, he would not fear the loss of his labour....politics, and the noise of folly. Vanity and vexation flew away for a season, cure and disquietude came not near his dwelling. He arose fresh as the morning to...
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The General Biographical Dictionary:: Containing an Historical and Critical ...

Alexander Chalmers - Biography - 1814 - 538 pages
...himself that any one would have half the pleasure in reading the following exposition, which he hath had in Writing it, he would not. fear the loss of his labour. Tho employment detached him from the bustle and hurry of life, the din of politics, and the noise of...
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The English Reader, Or Pieces in Prose and Poetry: Selected from the Best ...

Lindley Murray - 1815 - 276 pages
...author flatter 'himself, that any one would take half the pleasure in reading his work, which lie has taken in writing it, he would not fear the loss of...detached him from the bustle and hurry of life, the din f politics, and Uie noise of folly. Vanity aud vexation Jlew away for a season ; care and disquietude...
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Elegant extracts, Volume 55

Elegant extracts - 1816 - 1082 pages
...author flatter himself that any one would take half the pleasure in reading his work which he hath taken in writing it, he would not fear the loss of...and the noise of folly ; vanity and vexation flew away for a season, care and disquietude came not near his dwelling. He rose, fresh as the morning,...
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