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" Cultivate not only the corn-fields of 284 285 the mind, but the pleasure-grounds also,' •was a motto of Dr. Whately's. This cultivation was often a labor rather than a luxury. His hilarity was not always the result of happiness. ' Gay spirits,' he once... "
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Thoughts and Apophthegms: From the Writings of Archbishop Whateley

Richard Whately - 1856 - 442 oldal
...trials from which you are exempt, show it by your way of sustaining those to which you are subjected. Gay Spirits are always spoken of as a sign of happiness,...through his tail; and a hot floor makes Bruin dance. Happiness is no laughing matter. Disgust, contempt, and laughter are nearly akin; he who enjoys nothing...

American Educational Monthly, 1. kötet

1864
...than a luxury. His hilarity was not always the result of happiness. 'Gay spirits,' he once said, 'arc always spoken of as a sign of happiness, though every one knows to the contrary. Л cockchafer is never so lively as when a pin is stuck through his tail; and a hot floor makes Bruin...

Miscellaneous Remains from the Commonplace Book of Richard Whately, D.D ...

Richard Whately - 1865 - 406 oldal
...language is the vehicle for the matter ; in poetry, the matter is the vehicle for the language. 7. Gay spirits are always spoken of as a sign of happiness, though everyone knows to the contrary. 8. A cockchafer is never so lively as when a pin is stuck through his...

Miscellaneous Remains from the Commonplace Book of Richard Whately, D.D ...

Richard Whately - 1865 - 406 oldal
...language is the vehicle for the matter ; in poetry, the matter is the vehicle for the language. 7. Gay spirits are always spoken of as a sign of happiness, though everyone knows to the contrary. 8. A cockchafer is never so lively as when a pin is stuck through his...

American Educational Monthly, 1. kötet

1864
...rather than a luxury. His hilarity was not always the result of happiness. ' Gay spirits,' he once said, 'are always spoken of as a sign of happiness, though...through his tail ; and a hot floor makes Bruin dance.' " But the Archbishop sometimes caught a tartar, as the following shows: " The head-master of one of...

Tinsley's Magazine, 20. kötet

1877
...Frolic,' we cannot help recalling to mind the words of Archbishop Whately, who wrote : ' Gay spirits are spoken of as a sign of happiness, though every one...through his tail, and a hot floor makes Bruin dance.' The following epigram has, indeed, a mixture of mirth and sadness in it, and is typical of that clever...

Catholic progress, 2. kötet

Young men's Catholic assoc - 1873
...Church persecution ate into his heart and shortened his life ; for — to use his own illustration — " A cock-chafer is never so lively as when a pin is...through his tail, and a hot floor makes Bruin dance." But a more pleasing task is before me. I shall no longer speak of clergymen who have sullied their...

The Life of the Very Rev. Thomas N. Burke, O.P.

William John Fitz-Patrick - 1885
...feeling with a certain archiepiscopal thinker, that gay spirits are not always a sign of happiness. ' A cockchafer is never so lively as when a pin is stuck...through his tail ; and a hot floor makes Bruin dance.' Tralee — the scene of one of Fr. Tom's humorous songs — accorded him a cordial welcome. He preached...

Great Men at Play, 2. kötet

Thomas Firminger Thiselton Dyer - 1889
...Thus, as he once remarked, " Gay spirits are always spoken of as a sign of happiness, though everyone knows to the contrary. A cockchafer is never so lively...through his tail, and a hot floor makes Bruin dance." And so, as we are told, it was with the Archbishop, for when ne seemed most exuberant with his humour...

Great Men at Play, 2. kötet

Thomas Firminger Thiselton Dyer - 1889
...than a luxury, for his hilarity was not always the result of happiness. Thus, as he once remarked, " Gay spirits are always spoken of as a sign of happiness, though everyone knows to the contrary. A cockchafer is never so lively as when a pin is stuck through his...




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