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" ... though no man has anything, yet they are all rich; for what can make a man so rich as to lead a serene and cheerful life, free from anxieties; neither apprehending want himself, nor vexed with the endless complaints of his wife? He is not afraid of... "
The Naturalist in Nicaragua - Page 29
by Thomas Belt - 2005 - 448 lehte
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Utopia: or, The happy republic, tr. by G. Burnet

Thomas More (st.) - 1743
...Mifery of his Children, nor is he contriving how to raife a Portion for his Daughters, but is fecure in this, that both he and his Wife, his Children and...fancy, will all live, both plentifully and happily, fince among them there is no lefs Care taken of thofe who were once engaged in Labour, but grow afterwards...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Thomas More: Lord High Chancellor of England, in ...

Ferdinando Warner - 1758 - 230 lehte
...mifery of his children, nor is he contriving how to raife a portion for his daughters ; but is fecure in this, that both he and his wife, his children and...fancy, will all live both plentifully and happily ; fince among them there is no lefs care taken of thole who were once engaged in labour, but grow afterwards...
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Memoirs of Sir Thomas More, 2. köide

Arthur Cayley - 1808
...man hath any thing, all are rich. For what can render man so rich as to lead a serene and cheerful life free from anxieties, neither apprehending want himself, nor vexed with the complaints of those about him. He fears not for his children, nor is he anxiously raising portions...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, 16. köide

1821
...from anxieties ; neither apprehending want liiin -¡'If, nor vexed with the endless complaints of hie wife ? He is not afraid of the misery of his children,...daughters ; but is secure in this, that both he and wife, his children and grandchildren, to as many generations as he can fancy, will all live both plentifully...
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The Monthly repository (and review)., 16. köide

1821
...thing, yet they are all rich ; for what can make а шип so rich as to lead a serene and cheerful life, free from anxieties ; neither apprehending want...vexed with the endless complaints of his wife ? He b not afraid of the misery of his children, nor is he contriving how to raise a portion for his daughters...
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The Library of the Old English Prose Writers ...

1834
...any thing, yet they are all rich ; for what can make a man so rich, as to lead a serene and cheerful life, free from anxieties, neither apprehending want...fancy, will all live both plentifully and happily; since among them there is no less care taken of those who were once engaged in labor, but grow afterwards...
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Utopia: And History of King Richard III

Saint Thomas More - 1834 - 320 lehte
...any thing, yet they are all rich ; for what can make a man so rich, as to lead a serene and cheerful life, free from anxieties, neither apprehending want...nor vexed with the endless complaints of his wife 1 He is not afraid of the misery of his children, nor is he contriving how to raise a portion j •...
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Sir Thomas More: A Selection from His Works, as Well in Prose as in Verse ...

Saint Thomas More - 1841 - 364 lehte
...children, nor is he obliged to contrive how to raise a portion for his daughters. Of this he is sure, that both he and his wife, his children and grandchildren, to as many generations as imagination can reach, will live both plentifully and happily ; since among them there is no less care...
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The Bible of Nature, and Substance of Virtue, Condensed from the Scriptures ...

1842
...anything, yet they are all rich ; for what can make a man so rich as to lead a serene and cheerful life, free from anxieties ; neither apprehending want...grandchildren, to as many generations as he can fancy, will all lire both plentifully and happily, since among them there u no lea* care taken of those who were once...
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Utopia: or, The happy republic. To which is added, The new Atlantis, by lord ...

Thomas More (st.) - 1845
...anything, yet they are all rich ; for what can make a man so rich as to lead a serene and cheerful life, free from anxieties ; neither apprehending want...fancy, will all live both plentifully and happily, since among them there is no less care taken of those who were once engaged in labour, but grow afterwards...
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