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" If nothing more than purpose in thy power, Thy purpose firm is equal to the deed. Who does the best his circumstance allows, Does well, acts nobly; angels could no more. "
Night Thoughts on Life, Death, and Immortality - 24. oldal
szerző: Edward Young - 1818 - 256 oldal
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The Complaint: Or, Night-thoughts on Life, Death, & Immortality..

Edward Young - 1750 - 404 oldal
...allows, Does well, a<5ts nobly ; Angels could no more. Our out-xard Act, indeed, admits Reftraint : 'Tis not in Things o'er 'Thought to domineer \ Guard well thy Thought ; our Thoughts are heard in Heaven. On all-important Time, through every Age, Tho' much, and warm, the Wile have urg'd ; the Man...

The Complaint: Or, Night-thoughts on Life, Death, and Immortality. : To ...

Edward Young - 1750 - 326 oldal
...allows, Does well, aits nobly ; Angels could no more. Our outv.-<ird .Ait, indeed, admits Reftraint ; 'Tis not in Things o'er Thought to domineer ; Guard well thy Thought ; our Thoughts are heard ii Heaven. On all-important Time, through ev'ry Age, Tho' much, and warm, the Wife have urg'd ; the...

The complaint: or, Night-thoughts on life, death, and immortality: To which ...

Edward Young - 1756 - 418 oldal
...in thy Power ; Thy Purpofe firm, is equal to the Deed : Who does the beft his Circumftance allows, well, acts nobly ; Angels could no more, Our outward Act, indeed, admits Reftraint ; 'Tis not in Things o'er Thought to domineer ; Guard well thy Thought ; our Thoughts are...

The Works of the Author of the Night-thoughts: In Four Volumes, 2. kötet

Edward Young - 1762
...circumitance allows, Does well, afts nobly ; angels could no more. Our outward aft, indeed, admits reftraint ; *Tis not in things o'er thought to domineer ; Guard well thy thought; our thoughts are heard in heaven.' On all.important Time, thro' ev'ry age, Tho' much, and warm, the wife have urg'd ; the man...

The beauties of English poesy

Oliver Goldsmith - 1767
...circumftance allows, Does well, afts nobly; angels could no more. Our outward aft, indeed, admits reftraint: 'Tis not in things o'er Thought to domineer; Guard well thy thought; our thoughts are heard in Heaven; On all important Time, thro' ev'ry age, Tho' much, and warm, the wife have urg'd; the man Is...

The complaint: or, Night thoughts on life, death, and immortality. To which ...

Edward Young - 1771
...allows, Dues well, afts nobly ; angels could no more. Our Outward aft, indeed admits reftraint ; 'Tis hut in things o'er thought to domineer ; Guard well thy thought ; our thoughts are heard in heaven. On all-important Time, through every age,. Tho' much, and warm, the wife have urg'd; the man...

The Works of the English Poets: Young

Samuel Johnson - 1779
...circumftance allows, Does well, act s nobly ; angels could no more. Our cutivard act indeed admits reflraint; 'Tis not in things o'er thought to domineer; Guard well thy thought; our thoughts are heard heaven. On all important Time, through every age, Though much, and warm, the wife have urg'd; the m...

The works of the English poets. With prefaces, biographical and ..., 61. kötet

English poets - 1790
...circumftance allows, Does well, afts nobly; angels could no more. Our outward adl indeed admits reftraint; ''Tis not in things o'er thought to domineer; Guard well thy thought; our thoughts are heard in heaven. 95 On all important Time, through every age, Though much, and warm, the wife have urg'd; the...

The Works of the Author of the Night-thoughts ...

Edward Young - 1792
...circumftance allows, Does well, ads nobly; angels could no more. Our outward aft indeed, admits reftraint; 'Tis not in things o'er thought to domineer; Guard well thy thought; our thoughts are heard in heaven. On all important Time, thro' ev'ry age, Tho' much, and warm, the wife have urg'd; the man Is...

The Bee, Or Literary Intelligencer, 8. kötet

James Anderson - 1792
...give the relief he aims at prove even unsuccefsful, his merit will not be the lefs : , For he t That does the best, his circumstance allows, Does well, acts nobly, angels could no more. If unsuccefsful in these efforts, a generous mind would even be disposed to bestow the greater degree...




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